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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPTEIGHT O IF 1 IF 1 1 O E 

Washington, D. C. 






CATALOGUE 



OF 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AXD OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, D. G, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH S, 1891, 
51ST CONGRESS. 2ND SESS., CHAP. 565, SEC. U 



Third Quarter, 1003 



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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OF F I C E 
1903 
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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPTEIGHT O IF IF 1 1 IE 

Washington, D. C, 



CATALOGUE 



TITLE ENTRIES of BOOKS 



AND OTHER ARTICLES 



ENTERED IN TEE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF COPYRIGHTS, LIBRARY 
OF CONGRESS, AT WASHINGTON, I). C, UNDER THE COPYRIGHT 
LAW, WHEREIN THE COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN COM- 
PLETED BY THE DEPOSIT OF TWO COPIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
51 ST CONGRESS, 2ND SESS., CHAP. 565, SEC. k 



Third Quarter, 1903 
Whole no. 626— July 2, 1003 





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3NTEATS 




Volume 34 

Books 

Dramatic Compositions 




Page 

3 

. 24 

. 25 

27 


Volume 37 

Engravings, Cuts, and Prints . . . 

Chromos and Lithographs 

Photographs 


Page 

.... 49 
.... 51 






.... 52 






62 


Volume 35 

Periodicals 


Index to No. 620. 




Volume 36 

Musical Compositions 




. 33 







WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
19 3 



This weekly Catalogue of Title Entries is published in conformity with the provi- 
sions of the act of Congress of March 3, 1891 (51st Congress, 2d session, chap. 565, 
sec. 4, Stat. L., v. 26, p. 1108). It contains a list of all copyright entries perfected by 
the deposit of the copies required by law, and gives in each case the title entry, the 
name and residence of the copyright claimant, the date and number of the copyright 
entry, and the date when the copies were deposited to complete the entry of copy- 
right. The titles are arranged in the following classes: 

Volume 34 

Books, pamphlets, leaflets, periodical contributions 

Dramatic compositions 

Maps and charts 
Volume 35 

Periodicals 
Volume 36 

Musical compositions 
Volume 37 

Engravings, cuts, and prints 

Chromos and lithographs 

Photographs 

Fine arts (a list of the photographs deposited with applications for copy- 
right of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to 
be perfected as works of the fine arts) 

The numbers of this Catalogue are so printed that they can be bound at the 
completion of each quarter into the usual quarterly volumes; or, if preferred, at the 
completion of the year the numbers can be bound into four volumes, each volume 
containing the classes indicated in the above table of contents, and numbered as 
there indicated. 

The Index in each weekly issue consists of references to all the entries contained 
in that week's issue of the Catalogue, under an alphabet of (a) the names of the 
copyright claimants; (b) the names of the authors of Books proper and Dramatic 
compositions; and (c) the first word | not a, an, or the) of the titles of Dramatic com- 
positions and anonymous Books proper. The Index at the end of each quarter is an 
index of all the entries in that quarter. 

The titles of Books proper are prepared in the Catalogue division of the Library of 
Congress, and are complete bibliographical titles of books received at the Library 
of Congress under the operation of the copyright law. 

This Catalogue of copyright entries is distributed by the Treasury Department, 
and can be subscribed for at the rate of $5 per year (for 4 volumes of from 
1,200 to 1,500 pages each) through the nearest collector of customs. The Librarian 
of Congress can not take subscriptions, but a sample copy of the Catalogue may be 
obtained upon request preferred to the Register of Copyrights. 



COPYRIGHT LAW 

An edition (revised to July, 1901) of the Copyright Statutes has been published, 
with index, in a pamphlet of 30 pages, a copy of which will be sent to any person 
requesting it. A resident in the United States, Canada, or Mexico is not required to 
send remittance or stamps for paying postage. 

Librarian of Congress: Register of Copyrights: • 

Herbert Putnam Thorvald Solberg 



BOOKS; DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS; MAPS AND 

CHARTS 



CLASS A. BOOKS 

Including books and pamphlets: leaflets, etc.: and periodical contributions: arranged alphabetically 

by author or title. 

To s ive space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, -Copyright by D. C. Heath & co., Boston, Mass. Class A, XXc, no. 
60203, May 22. 1903: 2 copies received May 22. 1903." 



About. Edmond [Francois Valentin] La 
mere de la marquise, par Edmond 
About: ed. with notes and vocabulary 
by Murray Peabody Brush . . . Bos- 
ton, D. C. Heath & co., 1903. v, 168 
p. front, (port.) 16* cm. (Heath's 
modern language series 
3—13060 30493 

D. C. Heath & co.. Boston, Mass. 
A 60203, May 22, 1903; 2 c. May 22. 1903. 

Ade ( George ). Modern fables; the mod- 
ern fable of the coming-out girl and a 
few of her keen ouesses. May 24. 1903. 

30494 

Robert Howard Russell. Xew York. 
X. Y. A 60311. May 23. 1903; 2 c. June 
6. 1903. 

the soft thing and some of the things 

that were done to him. Mav 31, 1903. 

30495 

Robert Howard Russell. New York. 

X. Y. 

6, 19(K 



A 60312. Mav 23, 1903; 2 c. June 



After vears of life together. In Chicago 
Daily news. June 5. 1903. 30496 

W. Werner, Chicago. 111. A 61033, 
June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Aitken. J. R. The sins of a saint: an his- 
torical romance . . . Xew York. D. 
Appleton & company, 1903. viii, 346 
p. front. 19* cm. 
3— 1393V) 30497 

D. Appleton & co., Xew York, X. Y. 
A 59688, May 15, 1903; 2 c. May 20, 1903. 

Alexander slain defending Draga. 30498 

W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 

61796, June 12. 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 



The American Berkshire association. 
American Berkshire record ... v. 
20. Ed. by F. S. Springer, secretary. 
Springfield, 111., The American Berk- 
shire association, 1903. 24 cm. 30499 
American Berkshire association, 
Springfield. 111. A 58160, Apr. 24, 
1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

The American Jersey cattle club. Herd 
register ... v. 57 . . . Xew Y^ork, 
The Club, 1903. 22* x 18* cm. 30500 
American Jersev cattle club, Xew 
York. X. Y. A 58029, Apr. 22, 1903; 
2 c. May 23, 1903. 

The American national Red cross. First 
aid dep't. The American national Red 
cross emergency chart . . . Xew 
York. First aid department American 
national Red cross [1903] 30 p. illus. 
25 x 12* cm. 30501 

Edward Howe and John Bernard 
Morris, United States. A 60715, Mav 
29, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

Andrews (L.Lee). Bible markings and 

home readings. 4 pp. 8°. 30502 

"Ward & Drummond company, Xew 

York, X. Y. A 61100, June 2, 1903; 2 

c. June 9, 1903. 

Arnold (Eleanor). Two of a kind. 

30503 
Daily storv publishing company. 
Chicago, 111. " A 61422, June 8, 1903;" 2 
c. June 8, 1903. 

Bailey, W[illiam] F. comp. The com- 
pendium of passenger rates and divi- 
sions . . . Ed. of Mav, 1903 . . . 
[no. 30] Chicago, 111., W. F. Bailey 
[1903] 35* x 31 cm. 30504 

AY. F. Bailey, Chicago, 111. A 55907, 



Mar. 19, 1903; 2 c. 



June 9, 1903. 
691 



692 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Balch, Lewis. A manual for boards of 
health and health officers . . . Also 
the public health law, constituting 
chap. 25 of the general laws, with all 
amendatory and supplemental statutes, 
including those of 1903. Albany, 
N. Y., Banks & company, 1903. 242 
p. 19 cm. 

3—14415 30505 

Banks and company, Albany, N. Y. 

A 60777, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Balfour, Andrew. The golden kingdom; 
being an account of the quest for the 
same as described in the remarkable 
narrative of Doctor Henry Mortimer, 
contained in the manuscript found 
within the boards of a Boer Bible dur- 
ing the late war, and ed. with a prefa- 
tory note . . . with drawings by 
G. K. Green. Boston, L. C. Page & 
company, 1903. 424 p. col. front., 
fold, chart. 19* cm. 
3—13821 30506 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 
60746, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Barnes, Carl Lfewis] Contagious and 
infectious diseases; disinfection and 
disinfectants. An introduction to the 
subject by Carl L. Barnes . . . [Chi- 
cago, The Trade periodical co.. 1903] 
3 p. 1., 374 p. illus.. plates. 23 cm. 
3—13901 30507 

Bibliography: p. 362-363. 
C. L. Barnes, Chicago, 111. A 58531 . 
Apr. 30, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Barry, Etheldred B[reeze] Little Dick's 
Christmas: illustrated by the author. 
Boston, I>. Estes & company [1903] 
3 p. 1.. 1 1-66 ]>. inch illus., 5 pi. front. 
19 cm. 

3—13937 30508 

Dana Estes <X: co., boston. Mass. A 

60635, May 2s, L903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Beede (Lillian Barker). Cap'n Billy. 

30509 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 59940, May 18, 1903; 2 
c. June 3, 1903. 

Beldad, Henry G[arcia] Gufa ilustrada 
de Nueva York y pus alrededores; com- 
prende una descripcion . . . de Nueva 
York ypoblaciones liriiftFofesde Brook- 
lyn, Bronx y Staten Island . . . sitios 
de recreo, puntos balnearios circunve- 
cinos . . . etc.. etc. . . . Nueva 
York, L. Weiss cv co., 1903. 224 p. 
illus., fold. map. 19 cm. 
2,-13391 30510 

H. <i. Beldad, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 
00899, May 25, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 



Bierce (Ambrose). Habitual criminals 

and what to do with them. 30511 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

60976, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

When one's friend is under tire. 

30512 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61321, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Biersach (Louis). Skat pointers. 30513 
L. Biersach, Milwaukee, Wis. A 
59372, Mav 11, 1903; 1 c. May 11, 1903; 
1 c. May 27, 1903. 

Black (Edwin). How the minister was 
won. 30514 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 59939," May 18, 1903; 2 
c. June 3, 1903. 

Blair, Emma Helen, ed. The Philippine 
islands 1493-1803 . . . ed. and anno- 
tated by E. H. Blair and J. A. Robert- 
son, with . . . introduction and . . . 
notes by E. G. Bourne .. . v. 4. 1576- 
1582. ' Cleveland, O., The A. H.Clark 
company. 1903. facsims. 24^ cm. 

30515 
Arthur H. Clark company, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. A 60625, Mav 28, 1903; 2 
c. May 29. 1903. 

Bloom (Robert HA The hand of a lit- 
tle child. 30516 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit. Mich. A 59933. Mav 18, 1903; 2 
C June 3. 1903. 

Blouet ( Paul) . The duration of beauty. 

305i7 

\Y. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

til 474, June 9. 1903; 2 c. June 9. 1993. 

Law and conscience. 30518 

W. R. Hearst. New York. N. Y. A 
60897, June 2, 1903: 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Man versus woman in love. 30519 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61066, June 4. 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Petticoat rule in France. 30520 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
91335, June 8, 1903: 2.'. June 8, 1993. 

Rambles in cupid's realm. 30521 

\Y. R. Hearst. Yew York, N. Y. A 
91739. June 13. 1993: 2 C June 13, 1993. 

A scientist's view of Japanese wo- 
men. 30522 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61336, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1908. 

Boelsche (Wilhelm). Thefirsl stomach. 

30523 

T. C.McClure, New York, X. Y. A 

60747, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



V. 34, No. 26 



BOOKS 



693 



Bolster, Edith Rebecca. Ethel in Fairy- 
land: illustrated by Herman I lover. 
Boston, Lothrop publishing company 
[1903] 141. [1] p. incl. col. front. 5 
col. pi. l-'-> cm x 15£ cm. 
3—14262 30524 

Lothrop publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 60361, May 25,1903; 2 
c. June 8, 1903. 

Boy's | A ) Fourth of July. 30525 

A. B. Lewis, United State.-. A 00323, 
May 23, 1903: 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Brann, [William Cowper] Brann's scrap- 
book . . . Waco, Tex., Knight 
printing co. cover-title, 04 p. 22* 
cm. 30526 
Mrs. Carrie Bell Brann. Waco, Tex. 
1898. no. 23033, Apr. 14: 2 c. May 12, 
1903. 

Brann's speeches and lectures . . . 

Waco, Tex., Knight printing co. [1 898?] 
cover-title, 69 p. 22 cm. 30527 

Mrs. Carrie Bell Brann, Waco, Tex. 
1898, no. 23032, Apr. 14: 2 c. May 12, 
1903. 

Brann's annual for 1S97-[1898?] Waco. 
Tex.. Knight ptg. co. [1897-98?] 2 v. 
22.} cm. 30528-30529 

Mrs. Carrie Bell Brann. Waco, Tex. 
1898, nos. 23030-23031. Apr. 14; 2 c. 
each Mav 12, 1903. 



Brave & bold. no. 23. 32 pp. 4°. 

30530 

Street & Smith. New York, N. Y. A 

59490. May 12. 1903: 2 c. May 29. 1903. 

no. 24. 32 pp. 4°. 30531 

street & Smith. New York, N. Y. A 
0005S. May 19. 1903: 2 c. June 0, 1903. 

no. 25. 4°. 30532 

Street & Smith. New York. X. Y. A 
60059. May 19. 1903: 2 c. June 12. 1903. 

Brave deeds; ed. by John T. Trowbridge 
. . . Boston. Hall and Locke com- 
pany [ c 1902] xxii. 3S3, [1] p. inch 
col. front., illus. col. pi. 2H cm. 
( Youns folks' library. [3d ed. ] vol. x ) 
3—14150 30533 

• • Suggestions for supplementary reading " : 
1 p. at end. 

Hall & Locke company, Boston, 
Mass. A 57518, Apr. 2. 1903; 2 c. Apr. 
2, 1903. 

Bruce (Robert). Result of a May-pole 
scrap. 30534 

Authors publishing company, De- i 
troit, Mich. A 59931, Mav 18, 1903; 2 ; 
c. June 3, 1903. 



Buffalo Bill stories, no 107. 30 pp. 4°. 

30535 

Street & Smith, New York. NY. A 

59487, May 12, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

no. 10S. 4°. 30536 

Street & Smith. New York. X. Y. A 

60053, May 19, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

no. 109. 4°. 30537 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
60540, May 20, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Buffaloes by the million. Id The north- 
ern review. 30538 
W. L. Dudley, Grand Forks, N. Dak. 
A 01 704, June 12, 1903; 2 c. May 21, 1903. 

Cady, Mary R. Picture stories from the 
great artists; with illustrations from 
Rosa Bonheur, Van Dyck, Landseer, 
and Murillo; by Mary R. Cady and 
Julia M. Dewev. New York, Rich- 
ardson, Smith & company [1903] 128 
p. illus. 19 cm. (Art reader, no. 1) 
3—14257 30539 

Richardson, Smith & co., New York, 
X. Y. A 53420, Feb. 19, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903. 

Caldwell (Howard Walter). Civil gov- 
ernment of Nebraska. 30540 
American book company. New York, 
N. Y. A 48300, Dec. 10, 1902; 2 c. Apr. 
14. 1903. 

A survey of American history; 

source extracts ... v. 1. Lincoln, 
Neb., J. H. Miller, 1900. 20* cm. 
3—11686 30541 

J. H. Miller. United States. A 00177, 
May 9. 1903; 2 c. May 2, 1903. 

Canfield (H. S. ) The gold of Pedro 
Yturri. 30542 

Daily story publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. ' A 01424. June 8. 1903:* 2 
c. June 8, 1903. 

Canfield ( Harriet G. ) His Winton slow- 
ness. 30543 
T. C. McClure, New York. N. Y. 
A 00843. June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 1, 1903; 
1 c. June 5. 1903. 

When David came. 30544 

T. C. McClure. New York, N. Y. 
A 01436, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Cannon (F. H.) Charles Newberry's 
courtship. 30545 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 59935, May 18. 1903: 2 
c. June 3, 1903. 

The express package. 30546 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 59934; May 18, 1903; 2 
c. June 3, 1903. 



694 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Care of the bathing girl's hair. 



30547 



W. R. Hearst, iNew York, N. Y. A 
61456, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Carman (Bliss). A canon of criticism. 

/// Literary world, June, 1903. 30548 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 

61064, June, 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

A lvric. la Literary world, June, 

1903. " 30549 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 

61065, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

[Caspar, Carl Xicolaus Joseph Matthias] 
camp. Milwaukee; a picturesque and 
descriptive account . . . 1903. Mil- 
waukee, merchants' and manufacturers' 
ass'n of Milwaukee [1903] [88] p. 
inch illus., port. 28* cm. 30550 

C. ]S. Caspar company, Milwaukee, 
Wis. A 58699. May 2. 1903: 2 c. June 
5, 1903. 

Casson ( Herbert X.) The new secession- 
ists of wealth. 30551 
W. D. Boyce company, Chicago, 111. 
A 61578. June 10, 1903*; 2 c. June 10, 
1903. 

Catalogue 1903. 201 pp. 12°. 30552 
Norwich nickel and brass company, 
Norwich. Conn. A 54031, Pel). 27. 
1903; 2 c. May 23, 1903. 

Catalogue, department of journalism and 

story writing. 32 pp. 8°. 30553 

American correspondence college, 

Chicago, 111. A 58483, Apr. 29, L903; 

2 c. May 20, 1903. 

Catalogue of Bash-lifting apparatus. 19 

pp. 4°. 30554 

Lord & Burnham company, Irvington- 

on-Hudson, X. Y. Aeons;, jtfav 20, 

1903; 2 c. May 22, 1903. 

Catalogue of supplies for the soda water 

counter. 134 pp. 8°. 30555 

America soda fountain company, 

Boston, Ma>s. A 60987, June 2. 1903; 

2 c May 22. 1903. 

Chittenden. Hiram Martin. The Yellow- 
stone national park; historical and de- 
scriptive . . . 4th ed., rev. and enl. 
Cincinnati, The R. Clarke company. 
1903. x, 355 p. front., plates, maps 
il ft Id.) 20cm. 

3—13909 30556 

H. M. Chittenden, Sioux City, Iowa. 

A 60776, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 1, L903. 

Cim (Albert). Theassassin. 30557 

Foreign Btory syndicate company, 

Burlington, Vt. A 61432, June 8, 1903; 

2 c. June S, 1903. 



Clover, Samuel Travers. On special as- 
signment ; being the further adventures 
of Paul Travers, showing how he suc- 
ceeded as a newspaper reporter . . . 
illustrated by H. G. Laskey. ' Boston, 
Lothrop publishing company [1903] 
307 p. front., 3 pi. 19^ cm. 
3—14261 30558 

Lothrop publishing company, Boston, 
Mass. A 60360, May 25, 1903;* 2 c. June 
6, 1903. 

Coates, T[homas] F. G. Marie Corelli, the 
writer and the woman, by T. F. G. 
Coates . . . and E. S. Warren Bell . . . 
with 16 full page illustrations. Phil- 
adelphia, G. W. Jacobs & co. [1903] 12 
p., 1 1.. 13-352 p. front., 7 pi. 20 cm. 
3—14283 30559 

George W. Jacobs, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 59576, May 11, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Coleman (Sara Lindsay). The boy dis- 
poses. 30560 
T. C. McClure. New York, X. Y. A 
60842, June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 1, 1903; 
1 c. June 5, 1803. 

Concentrating machinery. Catalogue no. 
9. 9th ed. 119 pp. 8°. 30561 

Allis-Chalmers company, Chicago, 



111. A 60276, May 23, 1903; 



May 



23, 1903. 

Cook I David J. ) More light in negative- 
making. 3rd book. 102 pp. 12°. 

30562 
1). J. Cook. Effingham, 111. A 60218, 
May 22, 1903; 2 c. May 22, 1903. ' 

Couch (A. T. Quiller-). Hetty Weslev. 

30563 

A. T. Quiller-Couch, England. A 

60983, .hme 3. 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

The credit guide . . . 14th year. Kan- 
sas City. Mo., The Law and credit 
company, 1903. 26^ cm. 30564 

Law and credit company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 57855, Apr. 20,* 1903; 2 c. 
May 27, 1903. 

Cummins (Harle Oren). The conver- 
sion of -low loot Robinson. 30565 
Dailv story publishing company, 
Chicago, Hi." A 61419, June 8, 1903; 
2 c. June 8, 1903. 

The cyclopedic digest for Illinois ... v. 
2. Brokers to Court houses. Comp. 
by the Publishers' editorial staff. De 
Witt C. Blashfield, editor-in-chief. 
St. Paul, Minn., Keefe-1 >avidson co., 
1903. 26 cm. 30566 

Keefe-Davidsori company and John 
B. West, St. Paul. Minn". A 60517, 
May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 27, L903. 



V. 34, No. 26 



HOOKS 



695 



Damseaux, Sara. Ask me for every- 
thing; a woman's encyclopedia and 
household manual . . . gleaned from 
the tour quarters of the globe. New 
York. Loudon [etc.] The Abbey 
press [1903] 1 p. 1., iv, 240. [14] p. 
24 cm. 

3—13803 30567 

Abbey press, New York, X. Y. A 

57288, Apr. 11. lV»0:-5 : 2 c. Apr. 11, 1903. 

Dangerfield (Clinton). Her rival in mar- 
ble. 30568 
T. C. McClure, New York. N. Y. A 
61437, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Davis | Le Roy G. I The moving shack. 

30569 
Authors" publishing . companv, De- 
troit, Mich. A 59938, May 18, 1903; 2 
c. June 3. 1903. 

De Leon (T. C. ) A flaw in the makeup. 

30570 
Daily story publishing companv, 
Chicago, 111.' A 61420. June 8, 1903; 
2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Despotism and democracy; a study in 
Washington society and politics. 
New York, McClure. Phillips and com- 
panv, 1903. vi, 311 p. 20 cm. 
3— 13S24 30571 

McClure. Phillips & co., New York, 
X. Y. A 60704, May 29, 1903; 2 c. 
May 29, 1903. 

Diamond Dick, jr., no. 346. 30 pp. 4°. 

30572 
Street & Smith. New York, X. Y. A 

60050. May 19, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

no. 347. 30573 

Street & Smith, New York, X". Y. A 

60051. May 10, 1903; 2 c. June 5. 1903. 

no. 348. 4°. 30574 

Street & Smith. Xew York. X. Y. A 
60537. May 26. 1903: 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Dillard, J[ames] H[ardy] 1856- ed. Aus 
dem deutschen dichterwald; favorite 
German poems, ed. with notes and vo- 
cabulary . . . New Y"ork, Cincinnati 
[etc.] American book companv [1903] 
206 p. 18* cm. 

3—14141 " 30575 

J. H. Dillard. New Orleans, La. A 

55245. Mar. 16, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Disastrous (A) forlorn hope. 30576 

( r. L. Kilmer. United States. A 

61792, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Dix (Dorothy). The fable of the cun- 
ning kitten. 30577 
W. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 
61143, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 



Dix ( Dorothy)— Continued. 

How fate evens things up. 30578 

W. R. Hearst, New York. X. V. A 

60975, June 2. 1903; 2 <•. June 2. 1903. 

Lovers, get your union cards. 

30579 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. V. A 

61(156. June 3. L903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

The old maids' insurance companv. 

30580 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York, X. Y. A 

61647, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Studies in natural history; the bride. 

30581 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61461, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Two roads to the poor house. 30582 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York. X. Y. A 
61585, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Various types of American girls. 

30583 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61797, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Dixon (David James). We live alone 
for Jesus. Sheet, 10 by 3 inches. 30584 
D. J. Dixon, Chemung. Pa. A 61178, 
June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Doyle (A. Conan). The king of the 

foxes. 30585 

A. C. Dovle, London, England. A 

61473, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Dudley, Albertus T[rue] Following the 
ball; illustrated by Charles Copeland. 
Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1903. xi, 
316 p. front., 3 pi. 19i cm. 
3—13826 30586 

Lee and Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 
53637, Feb. 21, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

Examiner pattern, no. 7. Xewport sum- 
mer shirt waist for 1903. 30587 
W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
61457, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

The Federal reporter, v. 120 . . . Per- 
manent ed. March-April, 1903 . . . 
St. Paul, West publishing co., 1903. 
22^ cm. (National reporter system. 
United States series) 30588 

West publishing companv, St. Paul. 
Minn. A 59825, May 16,' 1903; 2 c. 
June 4, 1903. 

Fennimore (R. ) Bible stories for little 

folks, Jacob and Esau. 30589 

Richard A. Saaltield, New York, 

X. Y. A 61447, June 8, 1903; 2 c. 

June 8, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Ferson, E[arl] B. The tower clock and 
how to make it . . . Chicago. Haz- 
litt& Walker, 1903. 57p. front., illus. 
19^ cm. 30590 

Hazlitt & Walker, Chicago, 111. A l 
59381, Mav 11, 1903; 2 c. Mav 29, 1903. 

Fielding (Howard). A lesson from the 
play. 30591 

Charles W. Hooke. United States. 
A 61788. June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13; I 
1903. 

Financial studies, no. 26. series 1. Sheet. 
11 by 8* inches. 30592 

C. Mont, Benton, New York. N. Y. 
A 61311. June 6. 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. \ 

no. 31. series 2. Sheet. 11 by 8 

inches. 30593 

C. Mont. Benton, New York. N. Y. 

A 61111, June4. 1903: 2c. June 4. 1903. 

no. 32, series 2. 30594 

C. Mont. Benton. New York. N. Y. 
A 61112, June 4. 1903: 2 c. June 4. 1903. 

Fish, J[ohn] C[harles] L[ounsbury] 
Descriptive geometrv . . . [Palo 
Alto, Cal.] The author, 1903. 64 p. 
diagr. 21 cm. 

3—13366 30595 

J. C. L. Fish. Pah. Alto, Cal. A 

:. May 25, 1903; 2 c. May 25. 1903. 

Forbes. Mrs. Arinitage S. C. California 
missions and landmarks and how to get 
there: a practical guide, together with 
a historical sketch of the missions and 
landmarks, the Pious fund and El 
caminoreal: with methodsof transpor- 
tation and accommodations, fares, rates 
and distances from San Francisco and 
Los Angeles to each point . . . Los 

Angeles. Official guide. 1903. 104 p. 

illus. (incl. ports., maps i 17"' cm. 
3—13905 30596 

A. S. C. Forbes, Los Angeles, Cal. A 
60389, Mav 25, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

Foreign commercial guide. April, 1903. 

Australia. 42 unbound Bheets. 30597 

Philadelphia commercial museum, 

Philadelphia, Pa. A 60075, Mav 20, 

1903; 2 c. May 20. L903. 

Fought and lost on July 4th. 30598 

G. L. Kilmer. United states. A 

61791, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13. 1903. 

Four fourths, make a fourth. 30599 

Peter M'Arthnr, United States. A 

60320, May 23, L903; 2 e. June 13, 1903. 



Fowler. Harold N[orth] A history of 
Roman literature . . . New York. 
D. Appleton and company, 1*03. ix, 
311 p. front.. 3 pi. 20 cm. (Twen- 
tieth century text-books) 
3—13632 30600 

Bibliography: p. 285-296. 
D. Appleton & co., New York. N. Y. 
A 60629. May 28.1903: 2 c.May 29,1903. 

Fowler (Nath'l C), jr. The journalist. 

Sheet. 12 by 8 inches. 30601 

N. C. Fowler, jr., Boston. Mass. A 

61123. June 4. 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Railroading. Sheet, 11 bv 6 inches. 

30602 
N. C. Fowler, jr., Boston. Mas>. A 

61124. June 4, 1903: 2 c. June 4. 1903. 

Foxy Grandpa's Mother Goose. Mistress 

Mary quite contrary. 30603 

W. R. Hearst. New York. X. Y. A 

61459, June 8, 1903: 2 c. June 8. 1903. 

Frank Reade. no. 31. 28 pp. 4°. 30604 
Frank Tousev. New York. N. A*. A 

59103, May 7. 1903: 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

no. 32. 4°. 30605 

Frank Tousev. New York, X. Y. A 

59104, May 7. 1903; 2 c. June 3. 1903. 

no. 33. 4°. 30606 

Fiank Tousev. New York, N. Y. A 
61306, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 10. 1903. 

[French, Charles Elwell] ed. Six years 
of drama at the Castle Square theatre, 
with portraits of. the members of the 
company and complete programs of all 
plavs produced, Mav 3. 1897-May 3, 
1903. Boston, ('. F. French. 1903. 
406 p. incl. front., ports. 20- J , cm. 
3—13798 30607 

('. F. French, Boston, Ma—. A 
60285, May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 1. 1903. 

Furniture dealers' catalogue. Catalogue 

no. 43S. 283 pp. 12°. 30608 

Simmons hardware company, St. 

Louis, Mo. A 60171, Mav 21. 1903; 2 

c. May 20, 1903. 

Gayley, Charles Mills. The yellow and 
Blue . . . [Ann Arbor. <.. Wahr] 
1903. [17] p. illus. 23 cm. 30609 
Almira F. Lovell, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
A 58626, Mav 1,1903; 1 c. May 13, 1903; 
1 c. May 18,* 1903. 

Gibson, J[ohn] W. Social purity; or. 
The life of the home and nation includ- 
ing heredity, prenatal influences, etc. 
. . . by Prof, anil Mrs. .1. W. Gibson 
assisted by W. J. Truitt . . . and other 
noted specialists . . . New York, 



V. 34, No. 26 



BOOKS 



697 



Gibson, J[<>hn] W. — Continued. 
Toronto [etc.] J. L. Nichols & co. [1903] 
438 p. front., illus. , plates. 25 cm. 
3—13813 30610 

J. L. Nichols & co., Naperville, 111. 
A 55783, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. June 1 , 1903. 

Gillespie (Allen V.) Why the old world 

Hocks to the new. 30611 

E. B. Warner. Hackcnsack, N. .1. A 

t>0S46, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Goeringer (A.) The scar of chivalry. 

In Home leaves, June, 1903. 306i2 

Home leaves publishing company. 

Pittsburg, Pa. A 59735, Mav 8, 1903; 

2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Goslee (H. J. ) The finishing, polishing, 

and mounting of crowns. Chap. 15. 

In Items of interest, June, 1903. 30613 

H. J. Goslee, Chicago, 111. A 60042, 

May 19, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Grandma Bennett's welcome. In Chi- 
cago daily news, June 2, 1903. 30614 
W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 59565, 
May 13, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Green (Andrew H.) A much needed 

municipal department. 30615 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61462, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Greenfield, one hundred and fifty vears 
old, 1753-1903. Greenfield, 'Mass., 
C. M. Moody, 1903. [10] p. 59 pi. 
15 h x 23 cm. 

3—14253 30616 

C. M. Moody, Greenfield. Mass. A 

59240, May 9, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Gregg, J. B. Physics by research and 
experiment, pt. 2. Sound, heat, light. 
Ada. 0.. University herald press [1903] 
24 cm. 30617 

J. B. Greerg, Ada, Ohio. A 60214, 
May 22. 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Griffing, Jane R. Breakers ahead; or, 
Whither are we drifting? . . . New 
York, J. S. Ogilvie publishing com- 
pany, 1903. 116 p. 18i cm. 
3—14410 30618 

J. S. Ogilvie publishing company. 
New York. N. Y. A 60268, May 18, 
1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Growoll, A[doif] Three centuries of 
English booktrade bibliography; an 
essay on the beginnings of booktrade 
bibliography since the introduction of 
printing in England since 1595 . . . 
also a list of the catalogues, &c, pub- 
lished for the English booktrade from 
1595-1902, by Wilberforce Eames . . . 
New York, For the Dibdin club, by 



Growoll, A [dolf] — Continued. 
M. L. Greenhalgh, L903. xv p., 1 1., 
L95 p., 1 I. incl. 6 facsim. front., 2 

port.. 2 facsim., tab. 24.1 cm. 
3—13955 30619 

M. L. Greenhalgh. New York, N.Y. 
A 60753, May 27, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Hallock, Gerard B[enjamin] F[leet] 
com/). Orange blossoms: aweddingsou- 
venir . . . Rochester, N. Y., Scran- 
tom, Wetmore & company [1903] 

[24] p. 18.} cm. 30620 

Seranton, Wetmore & co., Rochester, 
N. Y. A 60207, May 14, 1903; 2 c. 
May 14, 1903. 

Harband, Beatrice M. Daughters of 
darkness in sunny India [a storv] . . . 
New York, London [etc.] F. H~ Revel 1 
company [1903] 302p. front. 20cm. 
3—13938 30621 

Fleming H. Revell company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 60198, Mav 22, 1903; 2 c. 
May 22, 1903. 

Harriet's wedding. In Chicago daily 

news, June 11, 1903. 30622 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 60863, 

June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 13. 1903. 

Hawks (Wells). The boss canvasman 

was always sad. 30623 

Robert Howard Russell, New Y'ork, 

N. Y. A 60310, Mav 23, 1903; 2 c. 

June 6, 1903. 

The Heath readers . . . [v. 1-2] Bos- 
ton, New York [etc.] D. C. Heath and 
company [1903] 2 v. illus. (partly 
col. ) 19* cm. " 30624-30625 

Contents.— [v. 1] Primer.— [v. 2] First reader. 
D. C. Heath & co., Boston, Mass. A 



1903; 



each 



60957-60958, June 2, 
June 2, 1903. 
Her face her misfortune. 30626 

W. R. Hearst, New York. N. Y. 
A 61451, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 
Her pursuit of the bubble. In Daily 
news, Chicago, June 4, 1903. 30627 
W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 60585, 
May 27. 1903; 2 c, June, 6, 1903. 
Herbene premium list. 8 pp. f°. 

30628 
Herbene pharmacal company, New 
York, N. Y. A 60954, May 29, 1903; 
2 c. June 6, 1903. 
Hickman, AY. Albert. The sacrifice of 
the Shannon. . . . New York, F. A. 
Stokes company [1903] 4 p. 1., 323 p. 
front,, plates. 19 cm. 
3—14269 30629 

Frederick A. Stokes company. New 
York, N. Y. A 59500, Mav 13, 1903; 
2 c. May 27, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hodgins (Joseph L. ) Fight for the flag. 
Sheet, 8 by 4 inches. 30630 

J. L. Hodgins, Brooklyn, N. Y. A 
59039, Mar. 9, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Hoey (Maud). Rose memories. 30631 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

60977, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Hogg, Charles E[dgar] Equity proced- 
ure, embodying the principles of plead- 
ing and practice applicable to courts of 
equity and containing many precedents 
of general practical utility, designed to 
meet the demands of practice in Vir- 
ginia and West Virginia, and for general 
use in other states. . . . Cincinnati, 
The W. H. Anderson co., 1903. 2 v. 
24 cm. 

3—14411 30632-30633 

W. H. Anderson company. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. A 55481-55482, Mar. 18. 
1903: 2 c. each June 6, 1903. 

Hollerith (H.) Book of customs sta- 
tistics. Card. 3 by 5£ inches. 30634 
H. Hollerith. Washington, D. C. A 
61837, June 11. 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Honor among adyertisers. 4 pp. 8°. 

30635 
Frank D. HiL'bee, Peekskill, X. Y. 
A 60172, May 21, 1903; 1 c. May 29, 
1903; 1 c. June 12. 1903. 

Hotchkiss' analytical system for playing 
chords. 12 cards, l 1 , bv 16 inches. 

30636 

Charles C. Hotchkiss. <t. Louis. Mo. 

A 61152, May 25, 1903; 2c.May25, L903. 

Houpt, Grace K. Missives from flower- 
land . . . Buffalo, N. V.. 1'. Paul 
company, 1903. 18 p. 13x7£cm. 

30637 

<i. K. Houpt. Buffalo, X. Y. A 

57207, Apr. 1, L903; 2 c. .June 1. L903. 

How to build a house boat cheaply ami 
solve the summer problem, no. 2. 

30638 
W. R. Hearst, New York. X. V. A 



61448, June 8, L903 



June 8, 1903 



How to tame wild animals. 30639 

VV. R. Hearst, New York. X. Y. A 

61450, June 8, L903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

How we get patents. 1903. 20th ed. 
IS pp. Ki°. 30640 

II. B. Willson & co.. Washington, 
D. C. A 60089, May 20, L903; 2 c May 

20, 1903. 

Howard (Vivian Clare.) A backdoor 

romance. 30641 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61645, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 



\ Howe (Edward) and Morris (John Bern- 
ard). The red cross on a new field, 
imp. 48°. obi. 30642 

E. Howe and J. B. Morris, United 
States. A 60714, May 29, 1903; 2 c. 
May 29, 1903. 

Howe ( L. C. ) At Mrs. Schuyler's ball. 

30643 
Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 61423, June 8, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903. 

Hoy t (John Baker). The reception com- 
mittee man. 30644 
American press association, New- 
York. X. Y. A 60326, May 23, 1903; 2 
c. June 13, 1903. 

Hudson, \V [alter] G[uy] Modern rifle 
shooting from the American standpoint. 
Xew York, Chicago [etc.] Laflin & 
Rand powder company. 1903. 155, 
[5] p. inch illus., 1 pi. dia^r. 20 cm. 
3—13900 30645 

Laflin & Rand po^vder company, 
Xew York. X. Y. A 60085, May 20, 
1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Hutchinson (Mary F. K.) A made-to- 

orderitem. 30646 

T. C. McClure, Xew York. X. Y. A 

'•-1438, June 8. 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Illustrated catalogue no. 2. 30pp. illus. 
4°. 30647 

Flemish art company, Xew York, 

X. Y. A 60467, May 15, 1903; 2 c. June 

5. 1903. 

In neighboring gardens. In Chicagodaily 

news. June 0, L903. 3064*8 

W. Werner, Chicago. 111. A 60586, 
May 27, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 190:;. 
International cable directory company, 
romp. . . . International cable direc- 
tory of the world in conjunction with 
Western union telegraphic code system 
. . . Xew York and London. Inter- 
national cable directory company [1003] 
26^ cm. ' 30649 

International cable directory com- 
pany. Xew York, X. V. A 60269, May 
23, 10(13: 2 c. May 23. 1903. 
The international directory of exchange 
members . . . [1903] Newed. Comp. 
and ed. by S. S. Fontaine and A. E. 
Wood . . . Xew York, E±celsior 
publishing house [1903] 24 cm. 

30650 

s. S. Fontaine, Great Kills, X. V. A 
58017, Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. June 4, loo:;. 
Irving, Washington. The fur traders of 
the Columbia River and the Rocky 
Mountains as described by Washington 
Irving in hisaccountof "Astoria." and 
the record of "The adventures of Oap- 



10 



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HOOKS 



699 



Irving, Washington — ( tontinued. 
tain Bonneville," with some additions 
bv the editor. New York and London. 
(,'. P. Putnam's sons. L903. xvii. 222 
p. front.. 8 pi. 19.\ cm. [The Knick- 
erbocker literature series. 3] 
3—12967 30651 

Ed. by Frank Lincoln Olmsted. 
G. P. Putnam's sons. New York, N.Y. 
A 60032, May 19, 1903; 2 e. May 19, 1903. 

Isham (Alfred Huntington). The great- 
est story ever told, folder. 30652 
A. H. Isham. New York. N. Y. A 
60^33, June 2, 1903; 1 c. June 2. 1903: 
1 c. June 8, 1903. 

Jacobs (W. W.) Old charges. 12 pp. 

16°. 30653 

W. W. Jacobs, London, England. 

A 59985. May 19, 1903: 2 c. May 19, 1903. 

James (Archibald) . Carrying the news 

of independence. 30654 

Hamilton Musk. United States. A 

60321, May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

James bovs weekly, no. 127. 29 pp. 4°. 

30655 
Frank Tousev, New York. X. Y. A 

59107, May 7, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

no 128. 4°. 30656 

Frank Tousev, New Y'ork, X. Y. A 

59108, Mav 7, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 



— no. 129. 

Frank Tousev 
61291, June 6, 1903 



30657 

New York, X. Y~. A 

2 c. June 10. 1903. 



Jamieson I Kate E. ) Dickie Dawdle-so 

in a poetry- writing contest. 30658 

K. E. Jamieson, United States. A 

61313, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6. 1903. 

Dickie Dawdle-so makes fun of 

Rhyming Joe. 30659 

K. E. Jamieson, United States. A 

61790, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13. 1903. 

Janvier (Thomas A.) Founding of New 
York, 1. The planting of the citv. In 
N. Y\ times, May 25, 1903. 30660 

New Y'ork times company. Xew 
Y'ork. X. Y. A 60332, May 2*3, 1903: 
2 c. May 26, 1903. 

2. The Dutch AVest India com- 
pany. In X. Y. times, May 26. 1903. 

30661 
Xew Y'ork times company, Xew 
Y^ork. X. Y. A 60331. May 23. 1903; 
2 c. May 27, 1903. 

3. The Dutch rule of Xew 

Xetherland. In X. Y. times, Mav 27. 
1903. 30662 

Xew York times company, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 60330, Mav 23. 1903; 
2 c. May 29, 1903. 



Janvier (Thomas A.) — Continued. 

4. How New Xcthcrlaml became 

Xew York. /// N. Y. times. May 28, 
L903. 30663 

Xew York times company, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 60600, Mav 27. 1903; 
2 c. May 29, 1903. 

5. Our first reform governor. 

In X. A', times, May 29. 1903. 30664 
Xew \~ork times companv. Xew 
York. X. A'. A 60599, Mav 27. 1903: 
2 c. May 30, 1903. 

6. Xew York under English rule. 

In X. Y. times, May 30, 1903. 30665 
Xew York times companv, Xew 
A~ork, X. Y. A 60743, Mav 29. 1903: 
2 c. June 1, 1903. 

7. The lesson of three hundred 

years. In X. Y. times, Mav 31. 1903. 

30666 
Xew A T ork times company. Xew 
Y'ork, X. Y. A 60891, June 1, 1903; 
2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Jesse James stories, no. 108. 30 pp. 

4°. 30667 

Street & Smith, New York, X. A'. 

A 60054, May 19. 1903; 2 c. Mav 29, 

1903. 

no. 109. 4°. 30668 

Street & Smith. Xew A^ork, X. Y. 
A 60055, May 19, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

no. 110. 4°. 30669 

Street & Smith, Xew A'ork, X. Y. 
A60541,May26,1903;2c. June 12, 1903. 

Johnston (Hubert McBean). For the 

sake of appearance. 30670 

T. C. McClure, Xew York. X. Y. A 

61332, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8. 1903. 

Kellogg, J[ohn] H[arvey] The living 
temple, . . . Battle Creek, Mich., 
Good Health publishing company, 1903. 
56S p. plates (partly col.) 21 cm. 
3—14442 30671 

J. H. Kellogg, Battle Creek, Mich. 
A 60208, May 21, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Kepner ( H. B. ) The piece-work system 
from a piece-worker's standpoint. 30672 
H. B. Kepner. Havelock, Xebr. A 
60240, May 22, 1903; 2 c. June 8. 1903. 

Ketchum (Milo S.) The two-hinged 

roof arch. In Technograph. vol. 17, 

1902-3. 30673 

M. S. Ketchum, Champaign, 111. A 

61125, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

[King, Thomas B.] John Counsellor's 

evolution: or, A real experience of the 



11 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



[King, Thomas B.] — Continued, 
second coming. St. Louis, Mo., The 
J. Counsellor publishing co., 1903. 
447 p. 24 cm. 

3—13942 30674 

John Counsellor publishing: company, 
St. Louis, Mo. A 57971, Apr. 17, 190*3: 
2 c. May 21, 1903. 

Kip (Isaac L. ) Betsv Ross and the old 

flag house. 30675 

W. L. Vail, United States. A 60322, 



Mav 23, 1903: 



June 13, 1903. 



Ladies' birthday almanac, western states 
edition for the year 1904. 32 pp. 12°. 

30676 

Chattanooga medicine company. 

Chattanooga, Tenn. A 52643, Feb. 9, 

1903; 2 c. May 11, 1903. 

Lambeth (Paul). American women 

drape with stars and stripes London's 

•"Sailors' snug harbor." 30677 

W. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 

61333, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Landon's diagram chart of chords fur 
piano or organ. Instructions, card, 
4 by 17 inches. 30678 

6. A. Lewis, Chicago, 111. A 61101, 
Mav 7. 1903; 1 c. May 7, 1903; 1 c. June 
17, '1903. 

Leahy, Walter T[homa«] Wilfrid Sweet: 
or, All for the best; a story for bovs . . . 
Philadelphia. H. L. Kilmer & co.' [1903] 
vi, [7]-197 p. 19 cm. 
3-14261 30679 

W. T. Leahv, United States. A 
6062b\ May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Lee (Hamilton). Rockie's resurrection. 

30680 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

61061, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3. 1903. 

Lee on his way back to Dixie. 30681 

<t. L. Kilmer, United States. A 

61789, June 12. 1903; 2 <•. June 13, 1903. 

Lei rallienne i Richard ). A literary letter, 
Mr. W. B. Yeats' The Celtic twilight. 

30682 
Robert Howard Russell. New York, 
N. Y. A 60263, Mav 23, L903; 2 c. June 
»;. 1903. 

the poems and verses of Charles 

Di.kens. 30683 

Robert Howard Russell, New York, 

X. V. A 60262, Mav 23, 1903; 2 c. June 

(i, 1903. 

Lennon (John B.)says, Necessity causes 

the continuance of the trade union 

movement, 30684 

W. D. Boyce company, Chicago, 111. 

.\ 61575, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 

1903. 



Lethridge (Svbille C. ) The romance of 

Ina. 30685 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

61584, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Lewis (C. B.) Bowser, the painter. 

30686 
C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

61441, June 8, 1903: 2 c*. June 8, 1903. 

Honest Abe, U. S. M. The rural 

mail carrier relates a case of poetry. 

30687 
C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

61442, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Our Miss Flemming. 30688 

T. C. McClure. Xew York. X. Y. A 
60841, June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 1, 1903; 
1 c. June 5, 1903. 

Liberty bovs of "76," no. 126. 28 pp. 

4°. ' 30689 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X'. Y. A 

59099. May 7, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

no. 127. 4°. 30690 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 

59100, May 7. 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

no. 128. 4°. 30691 

Frank Tousev. Xew York, X. Y. A 
61296, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 



pt. 1. unp. 
30692 



Life of Christ. Hofmann. 
illus. 12°. 

Eugene Ashton Perrv, Maiden, Mass. 
A 59910, Mav 18, 1903; 2 c. Mav 18, 
1903. 

List of subscribers, Mav 15. 1903. (North 

central section.) 78pp. 8°. 30693 

Xew England telephone & telegraph 

eompany, Boston. Mass. A 59350, May 

11. 1903; 2 c. May 11. 1903. 

Little bonk of interest to hotel proprie- 
tors. S pp. 8°. 30694 
American bank note companv, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 60238, Mav 22. 1903; 
2 c. May 22. 1903. 

Lodge, Richard. The lire of Cardinal 
Richelieu . . . with explanatory notes 
by Henrv Ketcham . . . Xew York, 
A. L. Burt comj. any [1903] viii, 328 
]>. front. ( port. ) plates. 19A cm. 
3—14560 30695 

"Tli" chief books on the period" : p. 325-326. 
A. L. Burt eompany, Xew York, X. 
Y. A 59038, Mav 7, 1903; 2 c. June s. 
1903. 

Logan (Mrs. John A.) Importance of 

home life. 30696 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

61798, June 12, 1903; 2c. June 13, 1903. 



12 



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HOOKS 



701 



London news, June 5, 1903. In N. Y. 
times Saturday review. June 6, 1903. 

30697 
New York times, New York. N. V. 
A 61324, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 
1903. 

Lutjeharms (Louis). The union system 

agreement. 30698 

L. Lutjeharms. Columbus, Nebr. A 

61636, June 11, 1903: 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

McCausland (Austin Arnold). The car- 

rier dove. 30699 

Authors publishing company, De- 

triot. .Mich. A 59929, May IS, 1903; 2 

e. June 3. 1003. 

McCluskey'e musings. 30700 

Boston herald company, Boston, 
Mass. A H1640, June 11,' 1903; 2 c. 
June S. 1903. 

McCray residence refrigerators, booklet 

3D a." 24 pp. 16° 30701 

McCray refrigerator company, Ken- 

dallville.' Ind. A 59161, May 8, 1903; 

2 c. May 20, 1903. 

McCutcheon I Ben F. ) The wonderful 

kingdom of wonderful things. 1st in- 

stal. 30702 

B. F. McCutcheon. Chicago, 111. A 

61621, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

McFaul, Alexander] D. Ike Glidden 
in Maine; a story of rural life in a 
Yankee district . . . Boston and 
New York, Dickerman publishing co. 
[1903] 2 p. 1., 297 p. front., plates. 
19* cm. 

3—13825 30703 

Dickerman publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 55770, Mar. 23, i903; 2 
c. May 28, 1903. 

McLaughlin. James Mfatthew] Xew 
first music reader, by James M. Mc- 
Laughlin . . . George A. Yeazie . . . 
and W. W. Gilchrist . . . Boston 
and London, Ginn & company, 1903. 

3 p. 1., 122 p. 20 cm. (The educa- 
tional music course I 

3—13790 30704 

Ginn & co.. Boston. Mass. A 60148, 
May 21, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Making money. 4 pp. 24°. 30705 

International investments company, 
Lo> Angeles. Cal. A 60750, June 1, 
1903; 2 c. May 18, 1903. 

Man in the street, June 7, 1903. In X. A'. 
times magazine supplement, June 7, 
1903. 30706 

New York times company, New 
York, N. Y. A 61325. June 6,* 1903; 2 
c. June 8, 1903. 



Marie de Franco. ISth cent. The Espur- 
gatoire Saint Patriz of Mariede France, 
with a text of the Latin original, by T. 
Atkinson Jenkins . . . Chicago, 

The University of Chicago press, 1903. 
05 ]». 28 cm. " 

3—14274 30707 

Printed from Firsl series, v. 7 (p.235-3'27) of 

the Decennial publications of the University 

of Chicago. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 58802, May 4, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Marston (A. Ernest). Bread upon the 
waters. 30708 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 59936, May 18, 1903; 2 
c. June 3, 1903. 

Martin (Madeline). For baby's sake. 

30709 
Authors publishingcompan v, Detroit, 
Mich. A 59930, May 18, 1903; 2 c. 
June 3, 1903. 

Meekins (Lynn R. ) The animal trainer. 

30710 
TVilliam R. Miller, Baltimore. Md. 
A 61785, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 

The coming of Lipton. 30711 

Win. R. Miller, Baltimore, Md. A 

61786, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Our high protective fence. 30712 

\Ym. R. Miller, Baltimore, Md. A 

61787, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Mencken, Henry Louis. Yentures into 
verse; being various ballads, ballades, 
rondeaux, triolets, songs, quatrains, 
odes and roundels . . . with illustra- 
tions & other things by Charles S. Gor- 
don £ John Siegel. Xew Y'ork, 
London [etc.] Marshall, Beek & Gor- 
don, 1003. 46 p., 1 1. illus. 19 cm. 
3—14276 30713 
H. L. Mencken, Baltimore, Md. A 
58559, Apr. 30, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Merrill ( Margaret Johnston ) . Successful 

failure. 30714 

W. D. Bovce company, Chicago. 111. 

A 61574, June 10, J 903; 2 c. June 10, 

1003. 

Miller ( W. R. ) The citv and the country. 

307i5 

W. R. Miller. Baltimore, Md. A 

61775, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13. 1003. 

Memorial day. 30716 

W. R. Miller, Baltimore. Md. A 
61774, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Uncle Sam's great armv of peace. 

30717 

VY. R. Miller. Baltimore, Md. A 

61773. June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 



13 



702 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Mrs. Chelton's shroud. In Chicago daily 
news, June 10, 1903. 30718 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 61198, 
June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Modest Mr. Mann. In Chicago daily 
news, June 3, 1903. 30719 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 60257, 
May 22, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Montaigne, Michel [Eyquem] de, 1533- 
1592. Essays of Michael, lord of Mon- 
taigne . . . done into English by John 
Florio. book 2. Boston and New 
York, Houghton, Mifflin & company, 
1903. front, (port.) facsim. 37 x 24* 
cm. 30720 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., Boston, 
Mass. A 60982, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 
11, 1903. 

Montgomery (Herbert). A dramatic 
episode. * 30721 

Charles N. Lurie, United States. A 
61312, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Morgan (Angela) . Her heart's command. 

30722 
W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
61506, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Morse (T. Vernette). Chip carving. 

30723 
C. G. Morse, Chicago, 111. A 60027, 
May 18, 1903; 2 c. May 15, 1903. 

Munroe correspondence school of piano 
tuning. Lessen 1. S pp. 8°. 30724 

<;. II. Munroe, Fall River, Mass. A 

60968, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Lesson 2. 30725 

I r. H. Munroe, Fall River, Mass. A 

60969, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Lesson 3. 30726 

!■. II. Munroe, Fall River, Mass. A 

60970, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Lesson 4. 30727 

<i. II. Munroe, Fall River, Mass. A 

60971, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Lesson 5. 30728 

G. II. Munroe, Fall River, Mass. A 

60963, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Lesson »>. 30729 

«.. II. Munroe, Fall River, Mass. A 

60964, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Lesson 7. 30730 

(i. II. Munroe. Fall River, Mass. A 

60965, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, L903. 

Lesson S. 30731 

G. II. Munroe. Fall River, Mass. A 

60966, June 2. 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 



Munroe correspondence school of piano 

tuning — Continued. 

Lesson 9. 30732 

G. H. Munroe, Fall River, Mass. A 

60967, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Museum of the odd. quaint and curious, 
June 7, 1903. In N. Y. herald. June 7, 
1903. 30733 

New York herald co., Jersey City, 
N. J. A 61145; June 4. 1903: 2 c. June 
7, 1903. 

My native home. 30734 

Alvah D. Marckres, North Crafts- 
bury, Vt. A 61571, June 10, 1903: 2 c. 
June 10, 1903. 

National lireproonng company, catalogue, 

1903. imp. 8°. 30735 

Henry L. Hinton. New York, N. Y. 

A 59354. Mav 11, 1903; 2 c. May 23, 

1903. 

Nebraska — Supreme court. Reports of 
cases . . . September term, 1901- 
January term, 1902. v. 63. Lee Herd- 
man, official reporter. Lincoln. 
Nebr., State journal company, 1903. 
22£ cm. ' 30736 
Lee Herdman, reporter of the Su- 
preme court in behalf of the people of 
Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebr. A 52330, Feb. 
4, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

The New Hampshire register, farmers' 
almanac and business directory for 1903 
. . . Concord, N. H., New Hamp- 
shire register co., 1903. 16 cm. 30738 
W. J. Drew, Concord, N. H. A 
60726, May 26, 1903: 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

New Nick Carter, no. 335. 30 pp. 4°. 

30739 

Street & Smith. New York. N. Y. A 

59484, May 12. 1903; 2 c. May 29. 1903. 

no. 336. 4°. 30740 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
60049, May 19, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

no. 337. 4°. 30741 

Street & Smith. New York. N. Y. A 
60536, May 26. 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 
New York (The) lawyers' time code. 

30742 
Charles Waldron Clowe, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. A 61485, June 9, 1903: 2 c. J une 
9, 1903. 

Nobles, Newman T[homas] B[ritton] A 

text-book of minor surgery, including 
bandaging . . . Philadelphia. I 'a.. 
Boericke & Tafel, 1903. 9 p., 1 1., 
[17]-325 p. illus. 23 cm. 
3—14416 30743 

Boericke & Tafel. Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 58719, May 2, 190:5; 2 c. June •">, 1903. 



14. 



V. 34, No. 26 



BOOKS 



703 



Norvell (Beaufort). A Rose of the Old 

Dominion. 30744 

Daily story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. A 61418, June 8, 1903; 

2c. June 8, 1903. 

'• Not because she was wicked, but weak." 

sheet, 8.\ by 5$ inches. 30745 

D. Alma Handbnrv, Loveland, Colo. 

A 61260, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

O'Connor, J. C. Esperanto <The uni- 
versal language > The student's com- 
plete text book, containing full gram- 
mar, exercises, conversations, commer- 
cial letters, and two vocabularies. 
New York, London [etc.] F. H. Re- 
vell company [1903] 175, [1] p. 17* 
cm. 

3—13802 30746 

" The making of an international language, 
by Dr. Zamenhof " : p. [7]-20. 

Fleming H. Revell company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 53162, Feb. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
May 9, 1903. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer, no. 492. 30747 

German press and plate company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. A 61133, June 4, 

1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

no. 493. 30748 

German press and plate co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. A 61210, June 5, 1903; 2 c. 
June 5, 1903. 

Old Broadbrim weekly, no. 36. 32 pp. 

4°. 30749 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 

A 60056, May 19, 1903; 2 c. May 29. 

1903. 

no. 37. 32 pp. 4°. 30750 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
A 60057, May 19, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 
1903. 

no. 38. 4°. 30751 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
A 60542, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 

Olmsted, Stanley. Khu: a departure 
[by] Stanley Olmsted, James Crich- 
ton, William Clarke; illustrated by 
James Crichton. Washington, The 
Neale publishing company, 1903. illus. 
32 cm. 

5—13910 30752 

S. Olmsted and J. Crichton, Wash- 
ington, D. C. A 60396, May 25, 1903; 
2 c. May 25, 1903. 

On London 'change. June 6, 1903. In 

N. Y. times, June 7, 1903. 30753 

New Y'ork times, New Y'ork, X. Y. 

A 61468. June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8. 1903. 

28355—03 2 



One hundred and fifty glimpses of Bos- 
ton, Cambridge, Lexington, Concord, 
reproduced from the latest photographs. 
Boston, J. F. Murphy, 1903. 1 p. 1., 
3-80 p. of illus. 16$ x 23£ cm. 
3—13065 30754 

John F. Murphy, Boston, Mass. A 
53879, Feb. 19, 1903; 2 c. May 19, 1903. 

Osborne (W. Hamilton). The conquest 
of New York, chaps. 1 to 3. In New- 
ark Sunday news, May 17, 1903. 30755 
W. H. Osborne, Newark, N. J. A 

59277, May 9, 1903; 2 c. May 18, 1903. 

chaps. 4 & 5. 30756 

W. H. Osborne, Newark, N. J. A 

59278, Mav 9, 1903; 2 c May 25, 1903. 

chaps. 6 to 8. May 31, 1903. 30757 

W. H. Osborne, Newark, N. J. A 

59279, May 9, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

'. chaps. 9 & 10. June 7, 1903. 30758 

W. H. Osborne, Newark, N. J. A 

59280, May 9, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Dobbins, the subway delver. 30759 

Win, H. Osborne, Newark, N. J. A 
61446, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Oxvchlorine. Yeterinarv. 12 pp. 8°. 

30760 
Harold Sorbv, Chicago, 111. A 60337, 
May 18, 1903; *2 c. May 23, 1903. 

Palmer, C. S. Questions and problems 

in chemistry. Boston, D. C. Heath 

& co., 1903/ 47 p. IS* cm. 30761 

D. C. Heath & co., Boston, Mass. A 

60303, May 23, 1903; 2 c. May 23, 1903. 

Panin, Ivan. Aphorisms. Boston, A. 
Bartlett, 1903. [95] p. 15* cm. 
3—13799 30762 

I. Panin, Boston, Mass. A 55197, 
Mar. 14, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

Parmele ( Rose E. ) The romance of a day 

editor. 30763 

Authors publishing company, Detroit, 

Mich. A 59932, Mav 18, 1903; 2 c. June 

3, 1903. 

[Patten, Gilbert] Frank Merriwell at 
Yale, by Burt L. Standish [pseud.] . . . 

New Y^ork, Street & Smith [1903] 1 p. 
L, ii, [9]-383 p. 18* (On cover: Medal 
library, no. 205) 30764 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
A 6066S, May 28, 1903 ; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Patuca, Honduras, C. A. Mar. 25, 1903. 

20 pp. 8°. 30765 

W. R. Gillespie, Cleveland. Ohio. 

A 59779, May 15, 1903; 2 c. May 8, 1903. 

15 



704 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Perry (Eugene Ash ton) . Musicians, 
unp. illus. 12°. 30766 

E. A. Perry, Maiden, Mass. A 59909, 
May 18, 1903; 2 c. May 18, 1903. 

Peterman, Alexander L. Elements of 
civil government; a text-book for use 
in public schools, high schools and 
normal schools, and a manual of refer- 
ence for teachers . . . New York, 
Cincinnati [etc.] American book com- 
pany [1903] 224 p. 18* cm. 
3—14409 30767 

American book company, New York, 
N. Y. A 56562, Apr. 1, 1903; 2 c. June 
9, 1903. 

Phillips, Daniel L[yon] The revolu- 
tionary martyrs of ancient Pachaug. 
An historical paper prepared by Daniel 
L. Phillips . . . and read by him at 
the unveiling of a monument to the 
memory of the revolutionary martyrs 
of ancient Pachaug, Memorial' day, 1903. 
[Griswold? Conn., 1903] 15 p. 20* cm. 
3—13907 30768 

D. L. Phillips, Jewett City, Conn. 
A 60367, May 25, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Pierson, Clara Dillingham. Among the 
meadow people; illustrated by F. C. 
Gordon. New and enl. ed. New 
York, E. P. Dutton & company [ c 1901] 
193 p. front., illus. 20 cm. 
3-10195 30769 

C. D. Pierson, Staunton, Mich. A 
60388, May 25, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 20, 1903. 

Pluck and luck, no. 260. 30 pp. 4°. 

30770 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. 

A 59083, May 7, 1903; 2 c. May 26,1903. 

no. 261. 4°. 30771 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. 
A 59084, May 7,* 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

no. 262. 30772 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 
61276, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Polk, R. L., & co. R. L. Polk & co.'s 
Hastings city directory, 1903 . . . [1st 
ed.] Sioux City, la., R. L. Polk & 
co., 1903. 23 cm. 

3—12998 30773 

R. L. Polk & co., Detroit, Mich. A 

60250, May 22, 1903; 2 c. May 22, 1903. 

R. L. Polk & co.'s Lafayette direct- 
ory, 1903-1904 . . . Indianapolis, 
Ind., R. L. Polk & co., 1903. 24, 1 , cm. 

3~0774 

R. L. Polk & co., Detroit, Mich. A 
59356, May 11, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 



Polk, R. L. & co. — Continued. 

R. L. Polk & co.'s Lewiston and 

Nez Perces County directory, 1903-4 

. . . Directories of Clarkston, Culdesac, 

Kamiah and Nez Perce ... v. 1. 

Tacoma, Wash., Spokane, Wash., R. L. 

Polk & co., 1903. 24 cm. 

3—13385 30775 

R. L. Polk & co., Detroit, Mich. A 

59822, May 16, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Polk's Battle Creek city directory, 1903- 
1904 . . . Detroit, Mich.,' R. L. 

Polk & co., 1903. fold. map. 24 cm. 

30776 

R. L. Polk & co., Detroit, Mich. A 

60249, May 22, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Preston (Barry). Two and a plum tree. 

30777 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

60839, June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 1, 1903; 

1 c. June 5, 1903. 

Prevost (Marcel). Tom the smuggler, 

tr. by Susan H. Taber. 30778 

Foreign story syndicate company, 

Burlington, Vt. A 61433, June 8, 1903; 

2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Professor 
folder. 



Hardy's rheumatic 



disks 
30779 

Pennsylvania remedy company, New 
York, N. Y. A 61342," June 4, 1903; 2 
c. June 6, 1903. 

Purchasers' reference, March, 1903 . . . 
New York, Williams & company, 1903. 
174 cm. * 30780 

Williams & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 60036, Mav 19, 1903; 2 c. May 23, 
1903. 

"Pvrocide," lire extinguisher. 20 pp. 

12°. 30781 

Western tire appliance company, San 

Francisco, Cal. A 60205, Mav 1," 1903; 

2 c. May 22, 1903. 

Rates for advertising. 30782 

Bankers & merchants agency com- 
pany, New York, N. Y." A 61197, 
June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 



Rathoni (John R.) 
Chicago. 

J. R. Rathom, Chicago, 111 
June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 



The Frenchman in 
30783 
A 61582, 
1903. 



— In the ghetto. 30784 

J. R. Rathom, Chicago, 111. A 61043, 
June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 



Realized dream. 
June 6, 1903. 

W. Werner, 
May 18, 1903; 



In Chicago daily news, 
30785 

Chicago, 111. A 59949, 
2 c. June 8, 1903. 



16 



V. 34, No. 26 



BOOKS 



705 



Record-Herald's answers by experts; ad- 
vice to mothers with sick children. 

30786 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

61580, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

character is revealed in nature of 

work. 30787 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

61722, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

chronic tension caused by the 

crooked spine. 30788 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

60660, May 28, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

culture in the home is easily identi- 
fied. 30789 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

61048, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Cyrus De Vry tells of right with 

bear* 30790 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

60820, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

development of lungs insures good 

health. 30791 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

61127, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

fidget v woman is an American tvpe. 

30792 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

60851, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

hints on renovation; how to clean 

clothing. 30793 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

61314, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

hints to women on how to be charm- 
ing. 30794 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
61776, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

incidents in Alaska, view of Mount 

M'Kinley. 30795 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

61417, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

nature affords many lessons in 

drawing. 30796 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, UK A 

61049, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 
right atmosphere to make home 

happy. 30797 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

60596, May 27, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

simple story telling by means of 

pictures. 30798 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

60595, May 27, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

strong influence of art in school 

rooms. 30799 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

61579, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 



Record-Herald's answers by experts — 

Continued. 

superficial reading impairs mental 

power. 30800 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

60734, May 29, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

system, great factor in business suc- 
cess. 30801 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
61200, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

value of -the yawn and body stretch- 
ing. 30802 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
61638, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

A reference handbook of the medical 
sciences. A new ed., completely rev. 
and rewritten. Ed. by A. H. Buck . . . 
v. 6 . . . New York, W. Wood & 
co., 1903. illus., plates (partly col.) 
plan. 28J cm. 30803 

William Wood & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 60911, June 2, 1893; 2 c. 
June 4, 1903. 

Reid (Hal). A working girl's wrongs. 

chap. 4. 30804 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 

A 60979, June 2, 1903; 2c. June 2, 1903. 

chap. 4 continued. 30805 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61059, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

chap. 5 continued. 30806 

W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61144, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Chap. 6 continued. 30807 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61212, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Chap. 6 continued & 7. 30808 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61320, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Chap. 8. 30809 

W. R. Hearst, New York. N. Y. 
A 61466, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Chap. 8 continued. 30810 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61505, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Chap. 9. 30811 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61583, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 
1903. 

Chap. 11. 30812 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61644, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 
1903. 

Chap. 13. 30813 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61794, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Remsen, Ira. An introduction to the 
study of the compounds of carbon; or, 
Organic chemistry . . . 4th revision. 
Boston, D. C. Heath & co., 1903. x, 
416 p. illus. 19 cm. 
3—12878 30814 

I. Remsen, Baltimore, Md. A 59905, 
May 18, 1903; 2 c. May 18, 1903. 

Resident and business directory of Ken- 
nebec County, Maine . . . [1903-1904, 
no. 2] Auburn, Me. , Merrill & AVeb- 
ber, 1903. 24 cm. 30815 

Merrill & Webber, Auburn, Me. A 
59156, May 8, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Richmond (Carol). Mr. Johnson. 30816 
Author's publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 59937, May 18,* 1903; 
2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Riis, Jacob A[ugust] The peril and the 
preservation of the home; being the 
William L. Bull lectures for the year 
1903 . . . Philadelphia, G. W. 

Jacobs & co. [1903] 190 p. 25 pi. 
19 J cm. 

3—13812 30817 

George W. Jacobs & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 54824, Mar. 9, 1903; 2 c. 
May 25, 1903. 

Robertson, Morgan. Sinful Peck; a 
novel . . . New York and London, 
Harper £ brothers, 1903. 3 p. 1., 354, 
[1] p. 19-1 cm. 

3—13930 30818 

Harper & bros., New York. X. Y. 
A 56069, Alar. 26, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 
1903. 

Romance of Koeian's sweetheart, his vio- 
lin. 30819 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61453, June 8, 1903: 2 e. June 8, 1903. 

Ronsard, Pierre de. Songs & sonnets of 
Pierre de Ronsard, gentleman of Ven- 
domois, selected & tr. into English 
verse by Curtis Hidden Page, with an 
introductory essay & notes. Boston 
iv. New York, Houghton, Mifflin & 
company, 1903. xxxvi, 137, [1] p., 1 
1. !<».! cm. 

3—14029 30820 

Curtis Hidden Page, New York, 
N. Y. A 59SS2. May 18, 1903; 2 c. 
Juno 5, 1903. 

Rules I'M- playing Eaciato. folder 24°. 

30821 

Oliver 1). Salisbury, Owosso, Mich. 

A 59869, May 2, 1903; 2c. .May 18, 1903. 

Sabin (Edwin L.) Thrifty Johnnie. 

30822 
E. L. Sabin, U.S. A 60324, May 23, 
L903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 



Salesman's handbook and price list. 

204 pp. 16°. 30823 

Osborne company. New Y^ork, X. Y. 

A 60039. May 19/1903; 2 c. Mav 19, 

1903. 

Saltus (Edgar). Demonism's deepest 

depth! 30824 

AY. R. Hearst, New York. X. Y. 

A 61586, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 

1903. 

Franco-American literature. 30825 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61463, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

The gifts of the fairies. 30826 

W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 
61058, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Laughter's inextinguishableness. 

30827 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61503, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

The Mormon missionaries. 30828 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61322, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 
p 

The new gospel of selfishness. 30829 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
60974, June 2, 1903; June 2, 1903. 

Sargent, Frederick Leroy. Scheme for 

plant analysis . . . Cam 1) ridge, 

Mass., 1903. 9 p. 21cm. 30830 

F. L. Sargent, Cambridge, Afass. A 

59899. May 18, 1903: 2 c. May 22, 1903. 

Schatzel (Anton). Physical culture and 
hygienic body building. New ed. 

Sheet 25 by 19 inches. 30831 

A. Schatzel. Binghamton, N. A'. A 
60230, May 22. 1903; 2 c. May 22, 1903. 

Secret service, no. 227. 28 pp. 4°. 

30832 
Frank Tousey, New York. N. Y. A 

59091, May 7, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

-'no. 228. 4°. 30833 

Frank Tousey, New York. N. Y. A 

59092, May 7, 1903: 2 c. June 3. 1903; 

no. 229. 4°. 30834 

Frank Tousev. New York. N. A'. A 
61286, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Selling more goods. 17 pp. 24°. 30835 

Edmund Bartlett, New York, N. Y. 

A 59015, May 6, 1903; 2 c. Mav 11. 1903. 

Servia's kin^ and queen assassinated. 

30836 
W. J I. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
61729. June 13, 1903; 2 c June 13. 1903 



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Serviss (Garrett P.) Astronomy and 

civilization. '30837 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61799, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

An atmospheric tragedy. 30838 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61142, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

The development of new senses. 

30839 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61648, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Drought due to sun-spots. 30840 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61213, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Drought must last until mysterious 

anti-cyclone moves. 30841 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61465, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Life on the planet Mars. 30842 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61464, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.' 

What do thev think of us in Venus. 

30843 

W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 

61057, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

The yellow pall due to the smoke 

particles in air. 30844 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61323, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Shelton (Richard Barker). Burying a 

friendship. 30845 

T. C, McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

61440, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Shepard's Michigan citations (3d ed.) 
Complete history of all cases in the 
Michigan reports, including Harrington, 
Walker & Douglass . . . New York, 
The F. Shepard company, 1903. 133 1. 
23 cm. 

3—13915 30846 

On cover: Consolidated supplement. Vols. 
103-128. 

Frank Shepard companv, New York, 
N. Y. A 60661, May 28, 1903; 2 c. 
May 28, 1903. 

Shibley (George H.) Majority rule, the 
20th century revolution. Division 2. 
In The American cooperator, June 13, 
1903. 30847 

G. H. Shibley, Washington, D. C. 
A 61781, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 

Simons (A. M. ) says, Socialism by stran- 
gling competition will stop the brute 
fight for existence. 30848 

W. D. Boyce company, Chicago, 111. 
A 61576, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 
1903. 



Sinclair, Upton [Beall] jr. Prince Hagen; 
a phantasy . . . Boston, L. C. Page 
& company, 1903. 3 p. 1., 11-249 p. 
20 cm. 

3—13823 30849 

L. C. Page & co., Boston, Mass. A 

60775, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Smith, F[rank] Berkeley. How Paris 
amuses itself . . . with illustrations 
by the author and other artists. New 
York and London, Funk & Wagnalls 
company, 1903. 334 p. col. front., 
illus., plates (partly col.) 20£ cm. 
3—13071 30850 

Funk and W agnails company, New 
York, N. Y. A 60334, May 23, 1903; 
2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Snyder, Carl. New conceptions in 
science, with a foreword on the rela- 
tions of science and progress . . . 
New York and London, Harper & 
brothers, 1903. xi, [1], 361 p. front., 
1 pi., ports. 21 cm. 
3—14443 30851 

Harper & bros., New York, N. Y. 
A 59142, May 8, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Spearman (Frank H.) The roadmaster's 

story. 30852 

F. H. Spearman, Wheaton, III. A 

61047, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Spots and stains, how to remove them. 

14 pp. 24°. 30853 

Frederick William Oehm, jr., Baltimore, 

Md. A 57978, Apr. 21, 1903; 2 c. May 

22, 1903. 

Stanyan (Frank H.) Letters of custom- 
. made son to his readv-made father. In 
Boston Sundav globe, May 31, 1903. 

30854 
Globe newspaper company, Boston, 
Mass. A 60951, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 
5, 1903. 

Stead (W. T. ) Clairvoyant saw king 

slain in a trance. 30855 

W r . R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 

A 61727, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 

1903. 

Tells a true story of how death of 

king and queen was predicted. 30856 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 61728, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 

Steele (Clarence T.) Music in the first 

school year. In The Primary school, 

Mar., 1903. 30857 

C. T. Steele, New York, N. Y. A 

57279, Mar. 4, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1903. 



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Steele (Clarence T.)— Continued. 

Pt. 2. Apr., 1903. 30858 

C. T. Steele, New York, N. Y. A 
58842, Apr. 9, 1903; 1 c. Apr. 6, 1903; 

1 c. June 8, 1903. 

Pt. 3. May, 1903. 30859 

C. T. Steele, New York, N. Y r . A 
58958, May 5, 1903; 2 c. May 14, 1903. 

Stein, Francis J[ulius] College course of 
shorthand. A simplified system of Pit- 
man phonography. [Philadelphia] 
The author [1903 J * 191 p. 19* cm. 
3—13956 30860 

F. J. Stein, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
57979, Apr. 21, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Story of a little lad. 30861 

J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 61639, 
June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Street (A) player. In Daily news, Chi- 
cago, June 1, 1903. 30862 
W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 60256, 
May 22, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Streifzuge durch Deutschland. no. 122. 

Berlin und die Berliner, etc. 30863 

William Kaufmann, Cleveland, Ohio. 

A 61415, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

no. 123. Olanzpunkte der reichs- 

hauptstadt. 30864 

William Kaufmann, Cleveland, Ohio. 

A 61416, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

no. 124. Berlin 3. 30865 

William Kaufmann, Cleveland, Ohio. 
A 61778, June 12,1903; 2 c. June 13,1903. 

Stuckenberg, J[ohn] H[enry] W[ilburn] 
Sociology, The science of human socie- 
ty. New York and London, G. P. 
Putnam's sons, 1903. 2 v. 22 cm. 
3—13720 30866-30867 

G. P. Putnam's sons, New York, 
N. Y. A 60732-60733, May 29, 1903; 

2 c. each May 28, 1903. 

Supplement to Shepard's Alabama anno- 
tations contained in vol. 134. Sheet. 

30868 
Frank Shepard company, New York, 
N. Y. A 61698. June 12, 1903; 2 c. 
June 12, 1903. 

California annotations contained in 

vol. 137. 30869 

Frank Shepard company, New York, 
N. Y. A 61700, June 12, 1903; 2 c. 
June 12, 1903. 

Kentucky annotations contained in 

vol. 107. 30870 

Frank Shepard company, New York, 
N. Y. A 61699, June 12, 1903; 2 c. 
June 12, 1903. 



Supplement to Shepard's New York an- 
notations contained in vol. 173. 30871 
Frank Shepard company. New York, 
N. Y. A 60955, June 2, 1903; 2 c. 
June 2, 1903. 

Pennsylvania state annotations con- 
tained in vol. 203. 30872 
Frank Shepard company. New York, 
N. Y. A 61701, June 1*2, 1903; 2 c. 
June 12, 1903. 

Washington annotations contained 

in vol. 28. sheet. 30873 

Frank Shepard company. New York, 
N. Y. A 61196, June 5, 1903; 2 c. 
June 5, 1903. 

Wisconsin annotations contained in 

vol. 114. 2 sheets. 30874 

Frank Shepard company, New York, 



N. Y. A 61194, 
June 5, 1903. 



June 



1903; 



Suter, William Norwood. The refrac- 
tion and motility of the eye. For stu- 
dents and practitioners . . . Illus- 
trated with 101 engravings in the text 
and 4 plates in colors and monochrome. 
Philadelphia and New York, Lea 
brothers & co., 1903. vii, [2], 18- 
390 p. illus., 4 pi. (3 col.) 21 cm. 
3—13596 30875 

Lea bros. & co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 60699, May 29, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

Swan, Joseph R[ockwell] A treatise on 
the laws of Ohio pertaining to the pow- 
ers and duties of and practice and pro- 
cedure before justices of the peace . . . 
revised to conform to judicial decisions 
and all legislation, including 1902. 20th 
ed., rev. by Joseph R. Swan. Cincin- 
nati, The R. Clarke company, 1903. 
lxxxiv, 4 p., 1 1., 5-1062 p.* front, 
(port. ) 24 cm. 

3—13929 30876 

Frank Swan and James A. Swan, 
trustees of the estate of Joseph R. Swan, 
Stamford, Conn. A 60924, June 2. 
1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Swoboda (H. 0.) H. O. S. all copper 

panelboard, type 223 a 10. card, 9 by 

6 inches. 30877 

H. 0. Swoboda, East Orange, N. J. 

A 61495, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Talmage ( Frank De Witt). A minister's 

joys. In Christian herald, June 10, 

1903. 30878 

Louis Klopsch, New York, \. Y. A 

60663, May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 



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709 



Tanner (J. M.^ Utah supplement [to] 

Peterman's civil government. 30879 

American book company, New York, 

\. V. A 37084, Julv 8, 1902; 2 c. Apr. 

14, 1903. 

Ten club. 12°. 30880 

George Cutler, Boston, Mass. A 

58627, May 1, 1903; 2 c. May 11, 1903. 

Theuriet (Andre). The ring of Marca- 

site. 30881 

Foreign storv syndicate company, 

Burlington, Vt. A 61548, June 1, 1903; 

2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Thompson, Helen Bradford. Psycho- 
logical norms in men and women . . , 
Chicago. The University of Chicago 
press/1903. vii, 188 p.' diagrs. 25£ 
cm. (The University of Chicago con- ! 
tributions to philosophy, v. 4, no. 1) 
3—13927 30882 

Bibliography: p. 183-188. 
University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 60213. May 22, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Those gray horses. In Chicago dailv 
news, June 8, 1903. 30883 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 59953, 
May 18, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Thoughts of Eden. 30884 

Otto Lundell, Chicago, 111. A 61635, 
June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Tip top weekly, no. 372. 31 pp. 4°. 

30885 

Street & Smith, New York, X. Y. A 

60052, May 19, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

no. 373. 4°. 30886 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

60538, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

no. 374. 4°. 30887 

Street & Smith, New York, X. Y. A 

60539, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

To the shareholders in Patuca plantation 
no. 1 of the American-Honduras com- 
pany. 16 pp. 8°. 30888 
W. P. Gillespie, Cleveland, Ohio. A 
59778, May 15, 1903; 2 c. May 8, 1903. 

Torbert, William S[ydenham] A com- 
prehensive index to the amended code 
of laws for the District of Columbia, i 
with a table indicating sections re- 
pealed and amended . . . Pub. under 
the direction of the Bar association of 
the District of Columbia. Washing- 
ton, D. C, 1903. 1 p. 1., 86 p. 24cm. 
3—13918 30889 

W. S. Torbert, Brightwood Park, 



D. C. A 594 
June 1, 1903. 



May 12, 1903; 



Tortures that await the pretty runaway 

from the Sultan's harem. 30890 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61449, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Trade in live stock; May 25, 1903. 30891 
Kansas City star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A '59203, May 8, 1903; 2 c. 
May 28, 1903. 

May 26, 1903. 30892 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A' 59204, May 8, 1903; 2 c. 
May 28, 1903. 

May 27, 1903. 30893 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 59205, May 8/1903; 2 c. 
May 29, 1903. 

May 28, 1903. 30894 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A' 59206, May 8, '1903; 2 c. 
June 1, 1903. 

May 29, 1903. 30895 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A' 59207, Mav 8. 1903; 2 c. 
June 1, 1903. 

June 15, 1903. 30896 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A* 59221, Mav 8, 1903; 2 c. 
June 17, 1903. 

Traubel (Horace). Is the trade union 

economic an ideal. 30897 

W. D. Bovce company, Chicago, 111. 

A 61577, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 

1903. 

Trollev trips in and around Philadelphia. 
. . . Philadelphia, Pa., J. H. Avil 
[1903] 93 p. 15* cm. 30898 

J. Howard Avil, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 53978, Feb. 26, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 
1903. 

Trollev trips through southern New Eng- 
land. 112 pp. 16°. 30899 
White and Warner, Hartford, Conn. 
A 60221, May 22, 1903; 2 c. Mav 29, 
1903. 

Van Zile, Edward S[ims] Defending 
the bank . . . illustrated by I. B. 
Hazelton. Boston, Lothrop publish- 
ing company [1903] ix, 11-313 p. inch 
front. 3 pi., plan. 19* cm. 
3—13820 30900 

Lothroppublishing company, Boston, 
Mass. A 60363, Mav 25, 1903; 2 c. 
June 1, 1903. 

Yilliers ( Paul) . Pranks of German prin- 
ces spoiled effect of Kaiser's audience 
with Leo. 30901 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61334, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Vos, B[ert] J[ohn] Essentials of Ger- 
man . . . New York, H. Holt and 
company, 1903. viii, 222 p. 19J cm. 
3—14281 30902 

Henrv Holt & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 59349, May 11, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 
1903. 

Walsh, John H[enry] New grammar 
school arithmetic . . . Boston, D. 
C. Heath & co., 1903. xi,503p. illus., 
diagrs. 19 cm. 

3—13360 30903 

J. H. Walsh, Brooklyn, N. Y. A 

60582, May 27, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Washington's ragged rebels. 30904 

W. L. Vail, United States. A 60325, 
May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Waterbury, Naugatuek and Watertown 
directory, 1903 [v. 29] . . . New 
Haven, Conn., The Price & Lee com- 
pany, 1903. fold. map. 24 cm. 30905 
Price & Lee company, New Haven, 
Conn. A 60581, May' 27, 1903; 2 c. 
June 6, 1903. 

Weather bulletin. June 6, 1903. In 

Foster's forecasts, June 1, 1903. 30906 

W. T. Foster, Washington, D. C. A 

61129, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Webster (Edwin J. ) Dick Carter's choice. 

30907 
Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 61421, June 8, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903. 

Webster (Edwin J. ) His winning colors. 

30908 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. 
A 60840, June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 1. 1903; 
1 c. June 5, 1903. 

Week's topics in the British capital, June 
6, 1903. In N. Y. times, June 7, 1903. 

30909 

New York times, New York, N. Y. 

A 61469, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Wehse, F[riedrich] The elements of 
German syntax . . . Brooklyn, 

Prospect Heights school [1903] 3 p" 1. , 
103 p. 19 cm. 
3—13912 30910 

Continuation of the author's German gram- 
mar for beginners. 

F. Wehse, Brooklyn, N. Y. A 
60894, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Westinghouse instruments. TypeD. 8 pp. 
24°. 30911 

Westinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 61118, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 



i Westinghouse instruments — Continued. 

Type E. 8 pp. 24°. 30912 

Westinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 61119, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Type G. 11 pp. 24°. 30913 

Westinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 61120, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Westinghouse oil switches and circuit 
breakers. 24 pp. 24°. 30914 

Westinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 61117, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

What is the matter with American work- 
men. 30915 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61452, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

What the doctor behind the scenes does 

for opera singers and actresses. 30916 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61455, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Whitnev (Harriet). Abbv's failures. 

30917 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

61439, June 8, 1903; 2 c, June 8, 1903. 

Wide awake story book for our boys and 
girls . . . Boston, Lothrop publish- 
ing company [1903] [240] p. col. 
front., illus. 26 cm. 
3—13623 30918 

Lothrop publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 60304, May 23, 1903; 2 
c. May 23, 1903. 

Wideman (W. C. ) Biological apparatus 

and supplies. 74 pp. 8°. 30919 

Chicago* laboratory supply and scale 

co., Chicago, 111. *A 54252, Mar. 2, 

1903; 2 c. May 23, 1903. 

Wilcox (Ella Wheeler). Be of liberal 

spirit. 30920 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61060, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Don't bully your friends. 30921 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61504, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Exercise your lungs. 30922 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61319, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Patronizing social climbers. 30923 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61214, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

A peep into the future. 30924 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 



59222, May 8, 1903; 2 c. May 8, 1903. 



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Williams (Samuel), 
making. 



Wilcox (Ella Wheeler) — Continued. 

Progressive physicians. 30925 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61646, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

The river. 30926 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A ! 
61795. June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. ] 

Success paper for girls. Article 3. 

30927 
W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
60978, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

To some of my critics. 30928 

W. R. Hearst,' New York, N. Y. A 
61460, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

I 
Wild west weekly, no. 32. 28 pp. 4°. 

30929 
Frank Tousev. Xew York, X. Y. A 

59095, May 7, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

no. 33. 4°. 30930 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, N. Y.. A 

59096, May 7, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

no. 34. 4°. 30931 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 
61301, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Wildman (Marian Warner). In quest 
of Kate. 30932 

T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 60844, June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 1, 
1903; 1 c. June 5, 1903. 

I 
[Williams, Eustace L[eroy] The mu- 
tineers . . . illustrated by I. B. Hazel- , 
ton. Boston, Lothrop publishing 

companv [1903] 291 p. inch front. 
3 pi. 19^cm. 
3—13817 30933 

Lothrop publishing companv, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 60359, Mav25,'l903; 2 
c. June 1, 1903. 

Williams, Francis H [enry] The Roent- 
gen rays in medicine and surgery as 
an aid in diagnosis and as a therapeutic 
agent; designed for the use of prac- 
titioners and students . . . with four 
hundred and twenty-eight illustrations. 
3d ed. With enl. appendix. Xew 
York, London, The Macmillan com- 
pany, 1903. xxxiii p., 1 L, 757 p. 
illus., diagrs. 23 cm. 
3—13589 30934 

Bibliography: p. 723-734. 
Macmillan company, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 60562, May 27, 1903; 2 c. 
May 27, 1903. 



An empire in the 
30935 



Western publishing companv, Den- 
ver, Colo. A 61392, June 8, 1903; 2 c. 
May 25, 1903. 



Wilson, Harry Leon. The lions of the 
Lord; a tale of the old West; illustrated 
by Rose Cecil O'Xeill. Boston, Lo- 
throp publishing company [1903] yiii, 
[2] p., 1 1., 11-520 p. * front., 5 pi. 
20 cm. 

3—13822 30936 

Lothrop publishing companv, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 54540, Mar. 5, 1903; 2 c. 
June 1, 1903. 

Woman (A) now. 30937 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61467, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Wooldridge, C [lif ton] R. The detective' s 
guide to success . . . Chicago, 

Thompson & Thomas, 1903. 9 p. 1., 
[23]-112 p. front, (port.) illus., pi. 
19^ cm. 

3—13917 30938 

C. R. Wooldridge, Chicago, 111. A 

59725, May 15, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Work and win, no. 234. 28 pp. 4°. 

30939 
Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 

59087, May 7, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

no. 235. 4°. 30940 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X". Y. A 

59088, May 7, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

no. 236. 4°. 30941 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 
61281, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Wright (Carroll D. ) The recognition of 

the union. In Collier's weekly, June 

6, 1903. ' 30942 

Collier's weekly, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 60850, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Young men's Christian associations of 
Xorth America. Educational depart- 
ment. Railroad educational prospectus ; 
the outgrowth of experience in railroad 
associations, including chapters on the 
reading room, library, lectures and 
practical talks, clubs, class work, out- 
line courses, home study. George B. 
Hodge, secretary, Educational depart- 
ment. Xew York, The International 
committee, Young men's Christian 
associations, 1903. 40 p. diagr. 19^ 
cm. 

3—13566 30943 

International committee of Y. M. C. 
A., Xew York, X. Y. A 58345, Apr. 
27, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1903. 

Zapffe, Frederick C[arl] Bacteriology. 
A manual for students and practi- 
tioners . . . illustrated with one hun- 
dred and forty-six engravings and seven 
colored plates. Philadelphia and 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Zapffe. Frederick C[ar] — Continued. 


4 very unusual romances of true love. 


New York, Lea brothers & co. [1903] 8, 


30945 


17-350 p. illus., < col. pi. incl. front. 


W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 


21 cm. (Lea's series of pocket text- 


61454, June 8, 1903: 2 c. June 8, 1903. 


books) 

3—13359 30944 ! 


8100 for reading this love storv. Pt. 2. 

30946 


Lea bros. & co., Philadelphia, Pa. 


W. R. Hearst. New York. N. Y. A 


A 60496, May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 


61458, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Number of books and pamphlets entered since Jan. 1, 1903 5, 482 

Number of leaflets, etc., entered since Jan. 1, 1903 1, 845 

Number of periodical contributions entered since Jan. 1, 1903 3, 872 

Total number of Books entered since Jan. 1, 1903 11, 199 



CLASS D, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
■would read, if printed in full. ••Copyright by Fred Summerrield. New York, X. Y. Class D, XXc, 
no. 3580. June 8. 1903; 2 typewritten copies received June 8. 1903." 



Away from home; a comedy-drama in 
four acts, bv Fred Summerrield. 4°. 

30947 
Fred Summerfield, New York. X. Y. 
D 3580, June 8, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 8, 1903. 

Babes (The) in To viand; a musical ex- 
travaganza in three acts; book and lyric 
by Glen MacDonough; music bv Victor 
Herbert. 4°. * 30948 

M. Witmark <k sons, New York, 
X. Y. D 3587, June 15, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. June 13, 1903. 

Casey's daughter Mary Ann; an Irish 

farce in one act, bv J. R. Farrell. 9 pp. 

12°. 30949 

Ames publishing co., Clvde, Ohio. 

D 3589, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Christened (The), bv Mollie Rilev. f°. 

30950 
Mollie Rilev, San Francisco, Cal. D 
3575. Mav 26*, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
May 25, 1903. 

Clarisse Arbois; comedie en trois actes. 
par Maurice Boniface. Paris, P. Y. 

Stock, 1903. xiv p., 1 1., 256 p. 19 
cm. 

3—14270 30951 

P. V. Stock, Paris, France. D 3541, 
June 6, 1903; 2 o. June 6, 1903. 

Lesdeuxecoles; conu'die en quatre actes, 
par Alfred Capus. Paris. E. Fasquelle, 
1903. 2 p. 1.. 338 p. 19 cm. 
3—14577 30952 

Eugene Fasquelle, Paris. France. D 
3560, June 9. 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 



Devil (A) in skirts; a society melodrama, 

by Walter Montague, imp. f°. 30953 

Walter Montague. Xew York, X. Y. 

D3603. June 17, 1903: 2 typewritten c. 

June 17, 1903. 

Eye (An) on Hubby; a comedy in three 

acts, by R. J. Buchanan. 30954 

R. J. Buchanan, San Francisco, Cal. 

D 3571, June 11, 1903; 2 typewritten 

c. June 20, 1903. 

Harriet's honeymoon; an original com- 
edy in three acts, bv Leo Ditrichstein. 
4°." 30955 

Leo Ditrichstein, New York, X. Y. 
D 3615, June 18, 1903; 2 typewritten 
c. June 18, 1903. 

Human (The) vampire, by Lee C. Cham- 
bers. 74 pp. f°. 30956 
Lee Cecil Chambers, St. Louis, Mo. 
D 3579, June 12, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 12, 1903. 

Humbug; a farcical comedv in four acts, 
by Fred Marsden. 4°. 30957 

William C. Andrews, Paterson. X. J., 
in renewal for fourteen vears from June 
17, 1903. D 3464, May 21, 1903; 2 
typewritten c. (three acts) June 16. 
1903. 

Intimate problems, bv Gustavo de la 

Jara. 54 pp. 4°. 30958 

Gustavo de la Jara. New York. X. Y. 

D3569, June 9, 1903; 2 typewritten 

c. Mav 12, 1903. 



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713 



Israel's trip to the circus; a farce comedy 

in two acts, bv C. George Hamilton. 

21 pp. 12°. 30959 

Ames publishing co., Clyde, Ohio. D 

3591, June 15, 1903: 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Lady (A) servant: or, Mistress for an 
hour; an original sketch in one act. by 
Will C. Sites. 8 pp. 12°. 30960 

Ames publishing company, Clvde, 
Ohio. D 3590, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
13, 1903. 

Languid (The) Lama; a comic opera in 
three acts, book bv A. 2s. C. Fowler. 
52 pp. f°. 30961 

A. X. C. Fowler, Glens Falls, X. Y. 
D 3592, June 15, 1903; 2 tvpe written c. 
June 15, 1903. 

Laura. 14 pp. 4°. 30962 

Thomas James Gaffnev, Albany, 
X. Y. D 3617, June 18, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. June 18, 1903. 
Mile. La Jonquille; in four acts. 4°. 

30963 
Jean Pardee-Clark, Xew Haven, 
Conn. D 3054, Feb. 26, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. June 19. 1903. 



Midnight I A | mystery: a melo-drama in 

four acts by Arthur W. Stace. 102pp. 

4°. 30964 

Arthur W. Stace, Grand Rapids, 

Mich. D 3576, June 12, 1903; 2 tvpe- 
written c. June 12, 1903. 
Redemption (The) of satan, bv Lee C. 
Chambers. 72 pp. f°. 30965 

Lee Cecil Chambers, St. Louis, Mo. 
D 3578, June 12, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 12, 1903. 
Reuben Maxwell, comic opera in three 
acts, bv Bertram Xoel. imp. f°. 

30966 
Bertram Xoel Beal, Denver, Colo. 
D 3606, June 17, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 17, 1903. 
Saint or sinner, an emotional drama, by 
Freda Slemons. 35 pp. 4°. 30967 
Freda Slemons, Monticello, Ark. D 
3616, June 18, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 18, 1903. 
Temperance drama; Joel Melrose, a la- 
borer in the cause of temperance. 20 
pp. 8°. 30968 

Isaac Pitman Xoves, Washington, 
D. C. D 3581, June i3. 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 



Number of Dramas entered since Jan. 1, 1903 539 



CLASS E, MAPS AND CHARTS 

Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
•would read, if printed in full. •■Copyright by Geo. H. Walker & co.. Boston. Mass. Class E, XXc, 
no. 4201. June 17, 1903; 2 copies received June 17, 1903." 



Boston proper, 
two sheets. 



Size, 7f bv 5| inches, in 
30969 



Geo. H. Walker & co., Boston, Mass. 

E 4201, Junel7,1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Copley Square (Around). Size, 5| by 3J 

inches. 30970 

Geo. H. Walker & co., Boston, Mass. 

E 4204, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Guernsey. Laramie co., Wvo. May, 

1903. Size, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 

50 ft. to an inch. * 30971 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E 4154, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 
17, 1903. 
Gulf states turpentine territory (map of) 
from the Chattahoochee river to the 
Mis>i<.-ippi. Size, 18 by 23 inches. 
Scale of statute miles, 18 to one inch. 

30972 

J. X. Matthews company, Buffalo, 
X. Y. E 4190, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 



Hudson, Columbia co. , X. Y. April, 1903. 
(Insurance maps of) 17 sheets, 25 by 
21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 

30973 
Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E 4188, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

Jellico, Campbell co., Tenn. May, 1903. 
2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
tc an inch. 30974 

Sanborn ma]) company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E 4187, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

Lincoln, Xebr. (Insurance maps of) 
1903. 100 sheets, key map, and index 
bound; size of volume, 25 J by 21 J 
inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 30975 
Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E 4206, June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 



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714 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



North Shore. Massachusetts Bay. Size, 

3£ by 5| inches. 30976 

Geo. H. Walker & co., Boston, Mass. 

E 4202, June 17,1903; 2 c. June 17,1903. 

Orlando, Orange co., Fla. May, 1901. 
9 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 30977 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4186, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

Quincv, Gadsden co., Fla. May, 1903. 
3 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft, 
to an inch. 30978 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4185, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

Saint Louis, Mo. (Insurance maps of.) 
vol. 9. 118 sheets, key map and index; 
bound. Size of volume, 25 J by 2H 
inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 30979 
Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4205, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 
18, 1903. 

South Shore, Massachusetts Bav. 5| bv 

3h inches. 30980 

Geo. H. Walker & co., Boston, Mass. 

E 4203, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 

1903. 



Springfield, Mass., & vicinity. (Map of 
the city of.) 1903. Size, 31 by 27 
inches. Scale, 1,000 ft. to an inch. 

30981 
Price & Lee co., New Haven, Conn. 
E 4210, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 
1903. 

Timmonsville, Florence co., Mass. Apr., 
1903. 5 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 30982 

Sanborn map companv, New York, 
N. Y. E 4170, Jane 11, 1903; 2 c. June 
11, 1903. 

Troy, Pike co., Ala. Apr., 1903. 7 
sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. " 30983 

Sanborn map companv, New York, 
N. Y. E 4184, June 15, 1*903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

Wakefield, Middlesex co., Mass. Apr., 
1903. 11 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 30984 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4169, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 
11, 1903. 

Wheatland, Laramie co., W T yo. May, 
1903. 2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft, to an inch. 30985 

Sanborn map company, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. E 4118, May 28, 1903; 2 c. 
June 11, 1903. 



Number of Maps entered since Jan. 1, 1903 



950 



26 



PERIODICALS 



CLASS B, PERIODICALS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
if printed in full would read, "Copvright bv New England railway publishing company. Boston, 
Mass. Class B. XXc, no. 39688, Dec. 9. 1902: 2 copies received June 18. 1903." 



A B C (The) pathfinder and dial express 

list. v. 41, no. 2. June 15 to Sept. 15, 

1903. 30986 

New England railway publishing 

company, Boston, Mass. B 39688, Dec. 

' 9, 1902; '2 c. June 18, 1903. 

ABC pathfinder railway guide. June. 

1903. 30987 

New England railway publishing 

company, Boston, Mass. B 39603, Dec. 

9, 1902; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Abendblatt der X. Y. staats-zeitung 

[daily], folio, New York. v. 69, no. 

142. * Monday, June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 16, 1903. 30988 
v. 69, no. 143. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. " 30989 
v. 69, no. 144. Wednesday, June 

17, 1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. 30990 
v. 69, no. 145. Thursday, June 18, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. 30991 
v. 69, no. 146. Friday, June 19. 

1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. * 30992 
v. 69, no. 147. Saturday, June 20, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. ' 30993 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, Xew 

York, N. Y. B 44119-44124, Jan. 2, 

1903. 

All opinions of the United States supreme 
court. Advance sheets. Oct. term, 
1902. no.13. June 1,1903. 2 c. June 
5, 1903. 30994 

no. 14. June 15. 1903. 2 c. June 

20. 1903. 30995 

The Lawyers' co-operative publish- 
ing: company. Rochester, X. Y. B 
38311-3731 2. Nov. 13, 1902. 

American (The) journal of obstetrics. 

v. 47, no. 6. June, 1903. 30996 

William Wood and company, Xew 

York. N. Y. B 50773, Mar. 31, 1903; 

2 c. June 17. 1903. 



Archives of pediatrics 
June, 1903. 



American lumberman. Feb. 14, 1903. 

30997 
American lumberman, Chicago. 111. 
B 49378, Feb. 25, 1903; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1903; 1 c. June 20, 1903. 

American (The) thresherman. v. 6, no. 

2. June, 1903. 30998 

The American thresherman. Madison, 

Wis. B 34192. Aug. 6, 1902; 2 c. June 

15, 1903. 

Architecture, v. 7, no. 42. June. 1903. 

30999 
Forbes & co.. New York, X. Y. B 
40375, Dec. 15, 1902: 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

20. no. 6. 
31000 

E. B. Treat & co., Xew York, X. Y. 
B 45522, Jan. 5, 1903: 2 c. June 17, 
1903. 

Art (The) review. June, 1903. 31001 
Justin M. Noonan, St. Louis. Mo. 
B 52248, Apr. 30, 1903: 2 c. June 18, 
1903. 

Atmos. v. 1. no. 10. June, 1903. 

31002 

O. X. Orlow, San Francisco. Cal. B 

47194, Jan. 23.1903: 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Automobile (The) reyiew and automo- 
bile news. v. 8, no. 11. June 1. 1903. 
2 c. June 4, 1903. 31003 

v. 8. no. 12. June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 31004 

The Technical press of America, Chi- 



cago, 

1902. 



111. 



B 41424-41425, Dec. 22. 



Automobile topics, v. 6, no. 6 

1903; 2 c. Mav 25, 1903. 
v. 6. no. 7. Mav 30. 1903. 2 c. June 

1, 1903. 31006 
v. 6, no. 8. June 6, 1903 

8, 1903. 



Mav 23, 
31005 



2 c. June 
31007 



27 



363 



364 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Automobile topics — Continued. 

v. 6, no. 9. June 13, 1903. 2 e. 

June 15, 1903. 31008 
v. 6, no. 10. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 31009 

Automobile topics, New York, N. Y. 

B 51111-51115, Apr. 8, 1903. 

Benton's monthly quotation guide. 

no. 28. June 15', 1903. 31010 

C. Montgomery Benton, New York, 

N. Y. B 34279, Aug. 8, 1902; 2 c. June 

18, 1903. 



Christian science sentinel, v. 5, no. 35, 
May 2, 1903. 2 c. May 2, 1903. 31027 
May 9, 1903. 2 c. 



- v. 5, no. 36. 
June 6, 1903. 
— v. 5, no. 37. 
June 6, 1903. 



31028 

May 16, 1903. 2 c. 

31029 



— v. 5, no. 38. May 23, 1903. 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 31030 

— v. 5, no. 39. May 30, 1903. 2 c. 
June 6, 1903. 31031 

Marv Baker G. Eddy, Concord, N. H. 
B 51800-51804, Apr. 25, 1903. 



Boston (The) daily globe, v. 63, _no. 165 . | CMsffidto^Die) mutter. 



Sunday, June 14, 1903. 2 c. June 15, 

1903. 31011 
v. 63, no. 166. Monday, June 15, 

1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. " 31012 
v. 63, no. 167. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. 31013 

The globe newspaper co., Boston, 

Mass. B 50020-50022, Mar. 19, 1903. 

Bovs' (The) world, v. 2, no. 23. June 
6,1903. 2 c. June 1, 1903. 31014 



v. 7, no. /. 
31032 



— y. 2, no. 24. 
June 6, 1903. 

— v. 2, no. 25. 
June 12, 1903. 

— y. 2, no. 26. 
June 19, 1903. 

David C. Cook publishing company, 
Elgin, 111. B 40527-40530, Dec. 15, 
1902. 



Joseph Schaefer, New York, N. Y. B 
39735, Dec. 10, 1902; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Congregationalist (The), v. 88, no. 14. 
Apr. 4, 1903. 2 c. Apr. 3, 1903. 31033 



v. 88, no. 15 
Apr. 9, 1903. 

— v. 88, no. 16. 
June 16, 1903. 

— v. 88, no. 17. 
Apr. 24, 1903. 



Apr. 11, 1903. 



31034 

Apr. 18, 1903. 2 c. 

31035 

Apr. 25, 1903. 2 c. 

31036 

Congregational Sunday school and 

publishing society, Boston, Mass. B 

42017-42020, Dec/ 15, 1902. 



June 13, 1903. 2c. 

31015 

June 20, 1903. 2c. 

31016 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. | 

31017 i Cosmopolitan (The), v. 35, no. 3. July, 

1903. 31037 

Cosmopolitan magazine company, 

Irvington, N. Y. B 50065, Mar. 10, 

1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Cumulative (The) index-digest. Illi- 
nois edition, v. 2, no. 2. June, 1903. 

31038 

Fiske & company, Springfield, 111. B 

46792, Jan. 16, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 



Brooklyn (The) daily eagle, folio, Brook- 
lyn, v. 63, no. 164. Sunday, June 14, 
1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 31018 

v. 63, no. 165. Monday, June 15, 

1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. " 31019 

v. 63, no. 166. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. " 31020 

v. 63, no. 167. Wednesday, June 17, 

1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. 31021 

v. 63, no. 168. Thursday, June 18, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. ' 31022 

v. 63, no. 169. Fridav, June 19, 1903. 

2 c. June 20, 1903. 31023 

v. 63, no. 170. Saturday, June 20, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. * 31023^ 
The Brooklyn daily eagle, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. B 42535-42541, Jan. 2, 1903/ 

Brush and pencil, v. 12, no. 3. June, 

1903. 31024 

The Brush and pencil publishing 

company, Chicago, 111. B 51535, Apr. 

18, 1903'; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Burr Mcintosh monthly, v. 1, no. 1. 

31025 
Burr Mcintosh, New York, N. Y. B 
50850, Apr. 1, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1903. 

Cat (The) journal. July 1, 1903. 31026 

C. H. Jones, Palm via, N. Y. B 

52279, May 1, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 



Evening (The) bulletin. Monday, June 
1,1903. 2 c. June 2, 1903. "31039 

Tuesday, June 2, 1903. 2 c. June 3, 

1903. 31040 

Wednesday, June 3, 1903. 2 c. June 

4, 1903. 31041 
Thursday, June 4, 1903. 1 c. June 

5, 1903; 1 c. June 18, 1903. 31042 
Fridav, June 5, 1903. 1 c. June 8, 

1903; 1 c. June 18, 1903. 31043 

Saturday, June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 

8, 1903. 31044 

The Bulletin company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. B 51852-51857, Apr. 25, 1903. 



Monday, June 15, 1903. 



June 



16, 1903. 31045 

— Tuesday, June 16, 1903. 2 c. June 

17, 1903. ' 31046 

— Wednesday, June 17, 1903. 2 c. 
June 18, 1903. 31047 

— Thursday, June 18, 1903. 2 c. June 
19, 1903. 31048 

— Fridav, June 19, 1903. 2 c. June 20, 
1903. 31049 



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365 



Evening (The) bulletin— Continued. 
Saturday, June 20, 1903. 2 c. June 

22, 1903. 31050 

The Bulletin company, Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 51864-51869, Apr. 25, 1903. 

Evening (The) sun. v. 17, no. 78. Mon- 
day, June 15, 1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

31051 

v. 17, no. 79. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. 31052 

v. 17, no. 80. Wednesday, June 17, 

1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. 31053 

v. 17, no. 81. Thursday, June 18, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. 31054 

v. 17, no. 82. Friday, June 19, 1903. 

2 c. June 20, 1903. 31055 

v. 17, no. 83. Saturday, June 20, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. " 31056 

The Sun printing and publishing 
association, New York, N. Y. B 44532- 
44537, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Export implement age. v. 8, no. 3. 
June, 1903. 31057 

Nolan publishing company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. B 46014, Jan. 7, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 

Farm and home, eastern edition, v. 24, 
no. 480, June 1, 1903. 2 c. June 2, 
1903. 31058 

v. 24, no. 481. June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 17, 1903. 31059 

The Phelps publishing company, 
Springfield, Mass. B 46851-46852, Jan. 
16, 1903. 

Southern edition, v. 24, no. 480. 

June 1, 1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 31060 
v. 24, no. 481. June 15, 1903. 2. c. 

June 17, 1903. 31061 

The Phelps publishing company, 

Springfield, Mass. B 46828-46829, Jan. 

16, 1903. 

Farm-poultry, v. 14, no. 11. June 1, 

1903. 2 c. June 3, 1903. 31062 
v. 14, no. 12. June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 17, 1903. 31063 

Farm-poultry publishing company, 

Boston, Mass. * B 40392-40393, Dec. 15, 

1902. 

Fashions, v. 13, no. 3. July, 1903. 

31064 
Fashions publishing company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 49901, Mar. 14, 1903; 
2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Girls' (The) companion, v. 2, no. 23. 

June 6, 1903. 2 c. Junel, 1903. 31065 
v. 2, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 6, 1903. 31066 
v. 2, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 31067 



Girls' (The) companion— Continued. 
v. 2, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 31068 

David C. Cook publishing company, 

Elgin, 111. B 40579-40582, Dec. 15, 

1902. 

Good housekeeping, v. 37, no. 1. July, 
1903. 31069 

Phelps publishing company, Spring- 
field, Mass. B 46996, Jan. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 

Headquarters, v. 2, no. 3. June, 1903. 

31070 
Wm. Wirt Clarke & son, Baltimore, 
Md. B 50497, Mar. 26, 1903; 2 c. June 
16, 1903. 

Home (The) advocate. v. 7, no. 7. 

July, 1903. 31071 

The Home Advocate, Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 51788, Apr. 25, 1903; 2 c. June 

20, 1903. 

Illustrated (The) Buffalo express, June 6, 
1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 31072 

June 7, 1903. 2 c. June 8," 1903. 

31073 

June 13, 1903. 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

31074 

June 14, 1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

31075 

June 20, 1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

31076 
The J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, 
N. Y. B 45387-45391, Jan. 3, 1903. 

Implement (The) age. v. 21, no. 13. 
June 18, 1903. 31077 

Nolan publishing company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 46033, Jan.* 7, 1903; 
2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Jewelers' (The) circular, no. 14. May 
6, 1903. 2 c. May 7, 1903. 31078 

no. 15. May 13, 1903. 2 c. May 14, 

1903. 31079 

no. 16. May 20, 1903. 2 c. May 

21, 1903. 31080 
■ no. 17. May 27, 1903. 2 c. June 

19, 1903. 31081 

The Jewelers' circular publishing 
company, New York, N. Y. B 47525- 
47528, Jan. 28, 1903. 

Journal of the New England waterworks 
association, v. 17, no. 2. June, 1903. 

31082 
New England waterworks associa- 
tion, Boston, Mass. B 48436, Feb. 20, 
1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Judge quarterly, no. 48. July, 1903. 

31083 

Judge company, New York, N. Y. 

B 48172, Feb. 11,1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Lawvers' reports annotated, v. 59, no. 
5. " June 1, 1903. 2 c. June 8,. 1903. 

31084 

v. 59, no. 6. June 15, 1903. 2 c. June 

16, 1903. 31085 

The Lawyers' cooperative publishing 
company, Rochester, N. Y. B 48791- 
48792, Feb. 27, 1903. 

League leaflets, v. 18, no, 7. 31086 

Apostleship of prayer, New York, 



N. Y. B 39886, 
June 18, 1903. 



Dec. 11, 1902; 



Lee's magazine, v. 11, no. 1. June, 
1903. 31087 

Olive B. Lee, New Orleans, La. B i 
48663, Feb. 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Little journeys, v. 12, no. 6. June, 
1903. 31088 

Elbert Hubbard, East Aurora, N. Y. ! 
B 37742, Oct. 31, 1902; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Lyceumite (The), v. 1, no. 8. June, 
1903. 31089 

Edwin L. Barker, Chicago, 111. B ! 
49861, Mar. 18, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. j 



Morning (The) telegraph, v. 65, no. 161. 

Sunday, June 14, 1903. 2 c. June 15, 

1903. " 31097 
v. 65, no. 162. Monday, June 15, 

1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 31098 
v. 65, no. 163. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. * 31099 
v. 65, no. 164. Wednesday, June 17, 

1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. 31100 
v. 65, no. 165. Thursday, June 18, 

1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. ' 31101 

v. 65, no. 166. Friday, June 19, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. * 31102 

v. 65, no. 167. Saturday, June 20, 

1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. ' 31102^ 

The Morning telegraph publishing 



company, New York, N, 
49135, Mar. 3, 1903. . 



Y. B 49129- 



Manning's supplemental service. June, 

1903. 31090 

Ulyses G. Manning, South Bend, Ind. 

B 48646, Feb. 25, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 

1903. 

Medico-pharmaceutical critic and guide. 



National (The) engineer, v. 7, no. 5. 
May 1, 1903. 31103 

Otto Luhr, Chicago, 111. B 48188, 
Feb. 9, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

National (The) provisioner. v. 28, no. 
18. Mav 2, 1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

31104 

v. 28, no. 19. Mav 9, 1903. 2 c. 

June 6, 1903. 31105 

v. 28, no. 20. Mav 16, 1903. 1 c. 

June 6, 1903; 1 c. June 19, 1903. 

31106 



v. 1, no. 2. Feb., 1903. 31091 

Wm. J. Robinson, New York, N. 
Y. B 49393, Feb. 24, 1903; 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1903; 1 c. June 19, 1903. 

Men of to-morrow, v. 36, no. 6. June, 

1903. 31092 

Augustus S. Brando w, Albany, N. 

Y. B 40336, Dec. 15, 1902; 2 c. June 

16, 1903. 

Messenger (The) of the Sacred Heart. 

v. 7, no. 7. 31093 

Apostleship of prayer, New York, N. 

Y. B 39874, Dec. 11, 1902; 2 c. June 

18, 1903. 

Metal industry, v. 9, no. 5. May, 1903. 

' 31094 
The Metal industry publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B 51249, Apr. 
13, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Milk (The) reporter, v. 14, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 31095 

John J. Stanton, Sussex, N. J. B 

51297, Apr. 14, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Monahan's cumulative annual digest of 
Pennsylvania decisions, v. 5, no. 2. 
June, 1903. 31096 

James Monahan, Swarthmore, Pa. 
B51739, Apr. 24, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 
1903. 



v. 28, no. 21. 
June 11, 1903. 

v. 28, no. 22. 
June 1, 1903. 



Mav 23, 1903. 2 c. 

31107 
May 30, 1903. 2 c. 

31108 

The food trade publishing company, 
New York. N. Y B 50603-50607, Mar. 
28, 1903. 

New York (The) lumber trade journal. 

no. 407. June 1, 1903. 2 c. June 1, 

1903. 31109 
no. 408. June 15, 1903. 2 c. June 

16, 1903. 31110 

Jesse D. Crarv, Biooklvn, N. Y. B 

43618-43619, Jan. 2, 1903." 

Nickel (The) pathfinder, v. 5, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 31111 

New England railway publishing 

company, Boston. Mass. B 39679, 

Dec. 9, 1902; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

North American; daily, folio, Philadel- 
phia, v. 132. Sunday, June 14, 1903. 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

v. 132. Monday 

c. June 15, 1903. 

v. 132. Tuesday 

c. June 16, 1903. 

v. 132. Wednesday, June 17, 1903. 

2 c. June 17, 1903. 31115 

v. 132. Thursday, June 18, L903. 

2 c. June 18, 1903. 



31112 

June 15, 1903. 2 

31113 

June 16, 19i»3. 2 
31114 



31116 



— v. 132. Friday, June 19, 1903. 
June 19, 1903. 



z c. 
31117 



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367 



North American— Continued. 

v. 132. Saturday, June 20, L903. 

2 c. June 20, L903. 31118 

North American company, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. B 50186-50192, Mar. 21, 
1903. 

Ophthalmologist (The). v. 4, no. 6. 

June. 1903. 31119 

Charles McCormick, Chicago, 111. 

B 41200, Dee. 19, 1902; 2 c. June 18, 

1903. 

Penman's art journal. v. 27, no. 10. 
June, 1903. 31120 

The National penmanship press, 

?5, 



New York, N. Y. B 52332, Apr. 



1903: 2 c. June 22. 1903. 

Perry (The) magazine. v. 5, no. 10. 

. June, 1903. 31121 

E. A. Perry, Maiden, Mass. B 

38228, Nov. 10.*1902; 2 e. June 15, 1903. 

Philadelphia (The) inquirer [daily], folio, 
Philadelphia, v. 118. no. 165. Sun- 
day, June 14, 1903. 2 c. June 15. 1903. 

31122 

— - v. 148, no. 166. Monday, June 15, 
1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. ' 31123 

v. 148, no. 167. Tuesday, June 16. 

1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. " 31124 

v. 148, no. 168. Wednesday, June 

17, 1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. * 31125 

v. 148, no. 169. Thursday, June 18, 

1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. 31126 

y. 148, no. 170. Friday, June 19, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. 31127 

v. 148, no. 171. ■ Saturday, June 20, 

1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 31128 

The Philadelphia inquirer company, 

Philadelphia. Pa. B 45777-45783, Jan. 

7, 1903. 

Pilot (The), v. 12, no. 8. June. 1903. 

31129 
Old Dominion steamship co., New 
York, N. Y. B 48653, Feb. 25, 1903; 1 
c. June 11, 1903; 1 c. June 19, 1903. 

Plant (The) world, v. 6. no: 6. June, 

1903. 31130 

Charles Louis Pollard, Washington, 

D. C. B 46511, Jan. 12. 1903; 2 c. June 

15, 1903. 

Plumbers trade journal, v. 33, no. 11, 
June 1, 1903. 2 c. June 3, 1903. 31131 

v. 33, no. 12, June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 17, 1903. 31132 

J. M. Heatherton, New Y^ork. N. Y. 
B 34815-34816, Aug. 26, 1902. 

Princeton (The) alumni weekly, v. 3, 
no. 34. May 30, 1903. 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

31 133 
v. 3, no. 35. June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 

8, 1903. 31134 



Princeton (The) alumni weekly — Cont'd. 
v.3,no.36. Junel3,19l)3. 2c. June 

19. 1903. 31135 
Princeton publishing company; 

Princeton, N. J. B 51424-51426, Apr. 

16, 1903. 

Railway machinery, v. 2, no. 8. June, 

1903.' 31136 

The Industrial press, New York, N.Y. 

B 49634, Mar. 12, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Rand-McNally (The) bankers' monthly. 

v. 25, no. 0.' June, 1903. 31137 

Rand-McNally & co., Chicago, 111. B 

48037, Feb. 7, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Red (The) book. July, 1903. 31138 

The Red book corporation, Chicago, 

111. B 51579, Apr. 20, 1903; 2 c. June 

20, 1903. 

Red cross notes, v. 4, no. 5. 31139 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, 

N. J. B 38120, Nov. 6, 1902; 2 c. June 

17, 1903. 

St. Louis daily market reporter. Mon- 
day, Apr. 27, 1903. 2 c. Apr. 29, 1903. 

31140 

Tuesday, Apr. 28. 1903. 2 c. Apr. 30, 

1903. 31141 

Wednesday, Apr. 29, 1903. 2 c. May 

1, 1903. 31142 

Patrick J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis, 
Mo. B 51347-51349, Apr. 15, 1903. 

School (The) journal, v. 66, no. 14. 

Apr. 4, 1903. 1 c. Apr. 7, 1903; 1 c. 

Apr. 27. 1903. 31143 
v. 66, no. 15. Apr. 11, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19. 1903. 31144 
v. 66, no. 16. Apr. 18, 1903. 2 c. 

Apr. 27, 1903. 31145 
v. 66, no. 17. Apr. 25, 1903. 1 c. 

Apr. 28, 1903; 1 c. May 4, 1903. 31146 
E. L. Kellosg & co.. New York, N. Y. 

B 47317-47320, Jan. 26, 1903. 

Sis Hopkin's own book. v. 4. June, 

1903. 31147 

Judge company, New York, X. Y. 

B 42i65. Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903 

Smoker's (The) magazine, v. 10, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 31148 

The Smoker's magazine co., New 

York, N. Y. B 50849; Mar. 28, 1903; 2 

c. June 19, 1903. 

Store life. v. 6, no. 3. June, 1903. 

31149 
The Counter publishing company, 
New York, N. Y T . B 51044, Apr. 7, 
1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Success, no. 110. July, 1903. 31150 

The Success co., New York, N. Y. 

B 39861, Dec. 11, 1902; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 



28355—03- 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Sun (The) [dailv], folio, New York. v. 

70, no. 287. Sunday, June 14, 1903. 

2 c. June 15, 1903. 31151 
v. 70, no. 288. Monday, June 15, 

1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. * 31152 
v. 70, no. 289. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. 31153 
y. 70, no. 290. Wednesday, June 

17, 1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. * 31154 
v. 70, no. 291. Thursday, June 18, 

1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. ' 31155 
y. 70, no. 292. Friday, June 19, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. * 31156 
y. 70, no. 293. Saturday, June 20, 

1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. 31157 

The Sun printing and publishing 

association, New York, N. Y. B 44866- 

44872, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Trayelers' railway guide, western section. 

y. 32, no. 12. June, 1903. 31158 

American railway guide co., Chicago, 

111. B 46493, Jan. '12, 1903: 2 c. June 

15, 1903. 

IT. S. Navy and marine corps directory, 
y. 12, no. 6. June, 1903. 31159 

C. H. Ridenour, treasurer army and 
navv publishing company, Washing- 
ton,* D. C. B 47112, Jan. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
June 18, 1903. 

Univ. of Penna. medical bulletin, v. 16, 

no. 4. June, 1903. 31160 

Univ. of Penna. press, Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 50072, Mar. 13, 1903; 2 c. June 

16, 1903. 



Upholsterer (The), v. 29, no. 6. June 

15, 1903. 31161 

Clifford and Lawton, New York, N. 

Y. B 47152, Jan. 20, 1903; 2 c. June 

19, 1903. 



Western (The) brewer 
June 15, 1903. 



v. 28, no. 6. 
31162 

H. S. Rich & co., Chicago, 111. B 
41897, Dec. 29, 1902; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 



Western school journal. 
June, 1903. 



19, no. 7. 
31163 



John MacDonald, Topeka, Kans. 
B 51166, Apr. 10, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903. 

Woman's home companion, v. 30, no. 

7. July, 1903. 31164 

The Crowell publishing company, 

Springfield, Ohio. B 45459, Jan. 5, 

1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Youns people's weekly, y,. 17, no. 23. 

June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 31165 
y. 17, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 6, 1903. 31166 
y. 17, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. . 31167 
v. 17. no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 31168 

David C. Cook publishing company, 
Elgin, 111. B 40475-40478, Dec. 15, 
1902. 



Number of Periodical entries since Jan. 1, 1903 11,248 



32 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



CLASS C, MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; sttbarranged alphabetically by titles. 

T o save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright bv Joseph H. Adams, Sutton, Coldfield, England. 
Class C, XXe, no. 49172, June 8, 1903; 2 copies received June 8, 1903." 



Adams (Joseph H.), Sutton, 

Coldfield, England. 

Song (A) of hope; Sunshine after gloom; 

song, words written by Ina K. Noel; 

music composed by Joseph H. Adams; 

no. 2 in F. London, Novello and 

company, limited. 31169 

C 49172, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8,1903, 

Aibl (Jos. ) verlag, Miinehen, 

Germany. 

Don Juan; tondichtung nach Nicolaus 

Lenau ; fur grosses orchester componirt 

von Richard Strauss: op. 20; verl. no. 

3050 ausgabe fur klavier zu 2 handen, 

iibertr. von O. Singer. Miinehen, Jos. 

Aibl verlag. 31170 

C 49279, June 9,1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Albright music co., Chicago, 
111. 
Casa (La) Loma waltzes; by Geo. H. 
Bramhall, for piano. 31171 

C 49202, June 8,1903; 2c. May 25,1903. 

Chinee (A) maid; words and music by 

Frances Armstrong Woods. 31172 

C 49195, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Fatima; an Oriental intermezzo, by Leo 
Oehmler, for military band. 31173 

C 49528, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 

orchestra. 31174 

C 49529, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 

piano. 31175 

C 49201, June8, 1903; 2c.May25, 1903. 
If you and 1 could dream again; words 
by Arthur J. Lamb; music by Geo. H. 
Bramhall; for contralto or baritone. 

31176 
C 49197, June 8, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

for soprano or tenor. 31177 

C 49196, June 8, 1903; 2 c.May 25, 1903. 



Albright music co., Chicago, 

111. 

"Just to be with you;" ballad, words 

and music, by Alva Dunlap; duet for 

soprano and alto. 31178 

C 49200, June 8, 1903; 2 c.May 25, 1903. 

To-night, sweetheart, to-night; words by 

Morris S. Silver; music by Paul H. 

Bush; for contralto or baritone. 31179 

C49199, June 8, 1903; 2c. May 25,1903. 

for soprano or tenor. 31180 

C 49198, June 8, 1903; 2 c.May 25, 1903. 

Ambrose, Abbott & co. , Lon- 
don, England. 
Come let us worship; au introit with a 
setting of the Lord's prayer and a ves- 
per hymn, composed by J. Ena Pear- 
son, no. 68. The "Ambrose" edi- 
tion of church music. London, Am- 
brose, Abbott & co. 31181 



C 49519, Junel3, 1 903 ; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Office (The) for the Holy communion; 
including Benedictus and Agnus Dei, 
set to music in the key of E flat, by 
Herbert G. Loveday. " no. 70. The 
"Ambrose" edition of church music. 
London, Ambrose Abbott & co. 31182 
C 49518, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 

Anderson (A. E. ), Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Alone; guitar solo, by A. E. Anderson. 

3 1 183 
C 49476, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 

Xonpareil; guitar solo, by A. E. Ander- 
son. 31184 
C 49475, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 

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552 



CATALOG- HE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Apollo- verlag, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Estella-walzer, aus der operette ' ' Die 
Liebesinsel;" von Carl Stix, fur piano. 
Berlin, A polio- verlag. 31185 

C 49278, June 9,1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Ouverture aus der operette "Die Liebe- 
sinsel;" von Carl Stix, fur piano. Ber- 
lin, Apollo-verlag. 31186 
C 49277, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June9,1903. 

Archer ( Harrv G. ) and 
Eeed (Luther D.), 
United States. 
Season vespers, Advent; edited by Harrv 
G. Archer and Luther D. Reed. 31187 
A 59514, May 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 

Ascension; edited by Harry G. 

Archer and Luther D. Reed. 31188 
C 59440, May 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 

Armstrong music publish- 
ing co., New York. 
N. Y. 
Easter (An) emblem; morceau by Joseph 
Lerman pour piano; edition de luxe. 

31 189 
C 49302, June 9, 1903 ; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Ascherberg (E. ) & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
When a man's in love; song, written and 
composed by Daisy McGeoch. Lon- 
don, E. Ascherberg & co. 31190 
C 49157, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

10 lieder ohne worte; (Romances sans 
paroles; Song without words) von An- 
ton Strelezki for piano solo; no. 1 Bal- 
lad; (Ballade.) London, E. Ascher- 
berg & co. 31191 
( ! 49523, June 13, 1903 ; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

16 kleine atuecke fuer die jugend; (Petits 
morceaux pour la jeunesse; Short 
pieces for the young) von Anton Stre- 
lezki for piano solo; no. 1 Home song; 
(Heimathslied.) London, E. Ascher- 
berg & co. 31192 
C49522, June 13, 1903; 2c. June 13, 1903. 

Baker (M. C), Streator, 111. 
Sleepyhead Billy; words and music by 
M. C. Baker. ' 31193 

C49371,Junel0,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Bayley (William Bray- 
brooke), Toronto, 
Canada. 
My loved Canadian home; by W. Bray- 
brooke Bayley for mixed voices and 
piano ace. " 31194 

C4931 8, June 10, 1903; 2c. J une 10, 1903. 



Bloom (Sol), New York, N. Y. 
Watch me to-night in the torchlight pa- 
rade; words by Arthur J. Lamb; music 
by Ben M. Jerome. 31195 

C 49480, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 

Boosey & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Private Donald; song, words by W. A. 
Mackenzie; music by Augustus Barratt. 
London, Boosey & co. 31196 

C 49173, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Verses; words by Laurence Hope; set to 

music by Amy Woodforde-Finden. 

London, Boosey & co. 31197 

C 49417, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 

1903. 

Bosworth & co., Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Ausgewahlte mannerchore, no. 26; Im 
hochland der Germanen; componirt 
von R. Weinwurm. Leipzig, Bos- 
worth £ co. 31198 
C 49422. June 11, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 
1903. 

Blithely sound, my gay pandero; English 

words, by Paul England; music by 

Adolf Jensen: op. 21; no. 2 in key of 

G. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 31199 

C 49156, June 6, 1903; 2 c. May 19,1903. 

Gaudeamus; eine studenten operette, in 3 
akten, von Anton Herger; musik von 
Leo Held; ouverture, clavier-auszug 
mit text. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

31200 
C 49524, June 13, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 
1903. 

In die weite welt; text von Benjamin 
Schier; fur mannerchor, in walzerform, 
mit clavierbegleitung zu 4 handen, com- 
ponirt von Karl Komzak: op. 289. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 31201 

C49420,Junell,1903; 2c. May 27, 1903. 

Motette; "AVer unter dem schinn des 

hochsten wandelt " aus psalm 91; fur 

mannerchor von Rudolf Weinwurm. 

Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 31202 

C49421,Junell,1903; 2c. May27,1903. 

Sight and part-singing; exercise book con- 
taining studies collected, arr. and writ- 
ten by T. B. Knott; in two parts 
complete. Bosworth edition no. 438. 
Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 31203 

049294, June 9,1903; 2 c. May27,1903. 

Bote (Ed.) & Bock (G.), 

Berlin, Germany. 

Deux morceaux; pour piano par Gastone 

Bernheimer: op. 26 no. 1; Serenade. 

Berlin, Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 31204 

C 49280, June 9, 1903; 2c. June 9, 190:5. 



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553 



Bote (Ed.) & Bock (G.), 

Berlin, Germany. 

Deux morceaux; pour piano par Gastone 

Bernheimer: op. 26no. 2; valse re'veuse. 

Berlin. Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 31205 

C49281,June9,1903; 2 c. June9, 1903. 

Bovden ( Emily M. I, Chicago, 

I'll. 
Apostrophe to Chicago; centennial ode, 

20th century: words and music com- 
posed by Emily M. (Blakeslee) Boy- 
den for mixed voice and organ. 31206 
C 44427, Mar.20,1903; 2c. June9,1903. 

Bradford (Allie M.), Augusta, 
Wis. 

Wisconsin's war eagle; patriotic song and 

chorus; words and music by Allie M. 

Bradford. 31207 

C 49180, June 8, 1903; 2 e.June 10,1903. 

Buffalo music co., Kansas 

City, Mo. 

In dear old Colorado; song; words byJule 

Witherbee; music by Jack Burnett. 

31208 
C 49296. June 9,1903; 2 c. May 25,1903. 

Burnham (Lillian Hebb), 
Hastings, Iowa. 
Merry drifters; waltz-brilliante by Lillian 
Hebb Burnham for piano. 31209 

C 46313, Apr.20,1903,2c. June 11, 1903. 

Buzzell (Alice Pierce), Well- 
ington, Me. 
Dreaming; words and music, by Alice I 
Pierce Buzzell. * 31210 

C 49366, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 
1903. 

Carisch & Janichen, Milan, 
Italy. 
Chant du troubadour; pour piano par A. 
Leonardi. Milan, Carisch & Jani- 

chen. 31211 

C 49460, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 

Portugiesisches standchen; (Serenade 
Portugaise; serenata Portoghese) per 
pianoforte di Fritz Kirchner. Milan, ' 
Carisch & Janichen. 31212 

C 49456, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12. 
1903. 

Serenata Spagnola; per pianoforte di Al- 

fonso Cipollone. Milan, Carisch tt 

Janichen. 31213 

C 49455. June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 

1903. 

Cavers £ Hall, Buffalo, X. Y. 

She threw me down because I wouldn't 

write; words and music by Hyliard 

Florence. 31214 

C 49275, June 9, 1903 ; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 



Chappell & co., London, 
England. 
"Because''; song. arr. for military band 
by II. Prendiville. London, Chap- 
pell & co. 31215 
C49377,Junel0,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Girl (The) from Kay's; lancers arr. for 
orchestra, by A. H. Wood. London, 
Chappell & co. 31216 

C 49276, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Language (The) of love; song in Lionel 
Monckton's musical play "A country 
girl ' ' ; words by Adrian Ross; music by 
Paul A. Rubens. London, Chappell 
& co. 31217 

C49419,Junell,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

Church (John) company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Azalia quadrille; composed by Edward 
Hazel, for band. 31218 

C49514,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Butterflies (The) coquetry; composed by 

Geo. Voelker, for band. 31219 

C49515, Junel2, 1903; 2c. Junel* 1903. 

Invincible folio of songs and ballads for 

low voice. 31220 

A61650,Junell, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Cramer (Edgar M. ), Hayes- 
ville, Ohio. 
Memory's Mignon; by Edgar M. Cramer, 
for piano. 31221 

C49369, June 10, 1903; 2c. June 10, 1903. 

Crowel (Audra A.), Colfax, 

Iowa. 

That cookie band; march, two step, by 

Audra Addie Ett Crowel, for piano. 

31222 
C 49188, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Cummings (A. R. ), Detroit, 
Mich. 
Alpha waltz; for the mandolin, by A. 
Roberts. 31223 

C 49298, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Currier music co., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Dance of the hollyhocks; composed by 
Pauline B. Story, for piano. 3122*4 

C 49183, June's, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Sweet persimmons; march and two-step, 

by Pauline B. Story, for piano. 31225 

*C 49182, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Davis (Charles E. ), Xew 
York, N. Y. 
God bless our native land; air from 
"Xerxes," by G. F. Handel; arr. for 
mixed voices by Charles E. Davis. 

31226 
C 49342, June 10, 1903 ; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Davis (Charles E. ), New 

York, N. Y. 

Great God of nations; Pilgrims chorus 

from "Tannhauser," by Wagner, and 

" Star Spangled Banner;" quartette or 

semi chorus; arr. for mixed voices, by 

Charles E. Davis. 31227 

C 49341, June 10, 1903; 2 c.May 28, 1903. 

Dean (Frank) & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Don't judge a man by the coat he wears; 
words and music, by Harry Dacre. 
London, Frank Dean & co. 31228 

C49459,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Tale (The) of a bluebottle; words by 

George Arthurs and Bennett Scott; 

music by Bennett Scott. London, 

Frank Dean & co. 31229 

C49458,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Dickens company, Chicago, 
111. 
Hush (The) song; a plantation lullabv bv 
M. B. Cooper. 3i23b 

C* 49322, June 1, 1903; 2c. Junel, 1903. 

Ditson (Oliver) company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Berceuse, from "Jocelyn;" by Benjamin 

Godard; edited by Gaston Borch, for 

'cello and piano. 31231 

C 49249, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Cow-keeper's tune; (Kuhreigen) by Ed- 

vard Grieg: op. 63. no. 2; arr. by II . 

J. Stewart for organ. 31232 

C 49248, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Funeral march of a marionette; (Marche 

funebre d'une marionette) by Charles 

Gounod; edited and fingered by Hans 

Lichter, for piano. ' 31233 

( ! 49253, June 8, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

Infolktone; (Ini volkston) melody by F. 

Due; by Edvard Grieg: op. 63. no. 1; 

arr. by H. J. Stewart for organ. 31234 

C49254, June 8, 1903; 2c. June8, 1903. 

Merriment; (La rieuse) waltz by Georges 

Bachmann; edited and fingered by 

Hans Lichter for piano. 3123*5 

C 49246, June8, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

Mocking (The) bird, and Auld langsyne; 
concert paraphrase by Edward Hoff- 
man, for piano. 31236 
C 49247, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Open thy blue eyes; ( Ouvre tea yeux 
bleus) by Jules Massenet; transcribed 
by Gaston Borch, for 'cello and piano. 

31237 
C 49251,. J une 8, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 



Ditson (Oliver) company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Palm branches; (Les rameaux), by J. 

Faure; transcribed by Gaston Borch, 

for 'cello and piano. 31238 

C 49255, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Petite tarantelle; by Stephen Heller: op. 

46, no. 7; edited and fingered by H. 

Clough-Leighter, for piano. 31239 

C 49256, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Thy will be done; anthem by Louis M. 
Gottsehalk; arr. by S. Behrens. no. 
11143. Oliver Ditson company's oc- 
tavo edition. * 31240 
C 49245, JuneS, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

Twilight whispers; Evening reverie, by 

Adam Geibel; edited and fingered by 

Hans Lichter for piano. 31241 

C 49252, JuneS, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

Valsette; by Hugo Riemann: op. 25, no. 

2; edited by H. Clough Leighter, for 

piano. 31242 

C 49250, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Dodge (John Wilson), Apple- 
ton, Wis. 
Sleeping (The) beauty; selections from 
comic opera in two acts and two scenes; 
book and music by John Wilson Dodge; 
no. 3. The secret of the rose. 31243 
C 49324, June 10,1903; 2 c.June 1,1903. 

no. 4. Waltzes. 31244 

C 49325, June 10, 1903; 2 c.June 1, 1903. 

Dolan (Chas. P.), Boston, 
Mass. 
She was my sweet summer girl; words 
and music by Charlie Nalod. 31245 
C 49181, June8,1903; 2c. June 8,1903. 

Douthett (Andrew Thompson), 
Connellsville, Pa. 
Vision (A) of heaven; words and music 
by Andrew Thompson Douthett, 31246 
C 49361, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 
1903. 

When Jesus comes; words and music by 
Andrew Thompson Douthett. 31247 
C 49362, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 
1903. 

Durand (A.) <k fils, Paris, 
France. 
Benediction nuptiale; por orgue. trans- 
crite pour piano a.2 mains par l'auteur. 
Paris, A. Durand A fils. 31248 

C 49517, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 



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555 



Eiland (Franklin L. ), Waco, 

Tex. 

Going to meet tliem: a sacred song and 

chorus; words and music bv C. C. 

Kailey. 31249 

CU468, Aug. 9, 1901; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

Morning bells; a song of thanksgiving; 
words anon.; music by F. L. Eiland. 

31250 
C39285, Dec. 27, 1902; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

1 'raise anthem. Sacred song and chorus. 

Words and music bv F. L. Eiland. 

No. 3. A. 31251 

C 65909, Nov. 10, 1898; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Eiland (Franklin Lycurgus) 
& Dean (Emmett Sid- 
ney), Waco, Tex. 
Happv children; words and music bv W. 
Jeff' Wilcox. 31252 

C 48514, May 25, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Marching home; words bv Mrs. E. G. 

Floyd; music by Stella Adams. 31253 

C 48512, May 25, 1903; 2 c.June 8, 1903. 

Mother's gone; words by J. W. Muckle- 
roy; music and chorus by T. S. Cobb. 

31254 
C 48515, May 25, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Normal voice; by F. L. Eiland, Emmett 

S. Dean, G. H. Ramsev, and H. W. 

Elliott. 31255 

A 50736, Jan. 13, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Our school march; words and music by 

F. L. Eiland. 31256 

C48513,May25,1903; 2c. June 8,1903. 

Eiland (F. L.) and Ma vfield 
(J. F.), Waco, Tex. 
Our wandering boys. A sacred duet, 
quartett and chorus; words by Mrs. 
Rebecca George; music bv J. F. Mav- 
field. 31257 I 

C849, Jan. 15, 1900; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Eiland and Dean, Waco, Tex. 

Abiding refuge; a male quartett; words I 

bv M. D. Usserv; music bv W. D. j 

Evridge. 31258 I 

C 39249, Dec. 27, 1902; 2 c. June 8, 1903. | 

Bird of the forest; glee song and chorus; 
words and music, by F. L. Eiland. 

31259 
C 39248, Dec. 27,1902; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Come with me away; a glee song and 

chorus; words by Mrs. E. Greer Floyd; 

music bv G. L. Young. 31260 

C 39246, Dec. 27,1902; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Cottage (The) by the wayside; senti- 
mental song and chorus; words by 
Laura E. Newell; music by G. H. Ram- 
sev. 31261 
C 39253, Dec. 27,1902; 2 c. June 8, 1903. j 

3 



Eiland and Dean, Waco, Tex. 

Dead (The) are safe; male quartett and 

chorus; words by Dollie Home; music 

by Emmett S. D'ean. 31262 

C 39254, Dec. 27, 1902; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

Friends, farewell; farewell song and 

chorus; words by Mrs. E. Greer. Floyd; 

music by J. W. Acuff. 31263 

C 39256, Dec.27, 1902; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Light and gay; glee song; words by Mrs. 
E. Greer Floyd; music bvF. L. Eiland. 

31264 
C 39280, Dec. 27, 1902; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Little jewels; glee song and chorus; 
words by W. H. Hudgins, chorus by 
Mable Watkins; music melody by W. 
H. Hudgins, harmony bv F. L. Eiland. 

31265 
C 39252, Dec. 27, J 902; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Morning light; a glee song and chorus; 
words and music bv M. A. Smith. 

31266 
C39245.Dec.27,1902; 2 c.June 8, 1903. 

O'er the lake; a glee song and chorus; 

words bv Laura E. Newell; music by 

G. H. Ramsey. 31267 

C 39247, Dec. 27, 1902; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Our merry May; glee song and chorus; 

words by Mrs. E. Greer Flovd; music 

byF. L. Eiland. 31268 

C 39251, Dec. 27, 1902; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Shifting and drifting; glee song and 

chorus: words by Edith Thompson; 

music by G. H. Ramsey. 31269 

C 39258, Dec. 27, 1902; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Thanksgiving hymn; sacred song and 

chorus; words bv Jane . Crewdsdon; 

music by Elbert B. Fowler. 31270 

C 39244, Dec.27,1902; 2 c.June 8, 1903. 

We hail thee, spring! glee song and 

chorus; words bv Stella Adams; music 

byR. M. Morgan. 31271 

C 39257,Dec.27,1902; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

AVhere the wild-birds sing; glee song and 

chorus; words by Laura E. Newell; 

music by G. H. Ramsey. 31272 

C 39255, Dec. 27, 1902; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Elkin & co., ltd., London, 

England. 

Chanson du soir: pour piano par Paul 

Wachs. London, Elkin & co., ltd. 

31273 
C 49424, June 11, 1903; 2 c.June 9, 1903. 

Valse capricieuse; pour piano par Paul 
Wachs. London, Elkin & co., ltd. 

31274 
C 49423, June 11, 1903; 2 c.June 9,1903. 

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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



Empire music co. , New York, 
N. Y. 
Garden of roses; intermezzo by W. A. 
Pratt for piano. 31275 

C 49303, June 9,1903; 2 c. June 9,1903. 

Newport belles; march and two step, by 

Emil .Ascher for piano. 31276 

C 49534, Junel3, 1903 ; 2c. Junel3, 1903. 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. 

Amoureuse valse; arr. for military band, 

by H. Prendiville. Paris, Enoch & 

cie. 31277 

C 49376, Junel 0,1903; 2 c.Junel 0,1903. 

Feist ('Leo), New York, 

N. Y. 

Anona; intermezzo two step, by Vivian 

Grev; arr. by Maurice F. Smith, for 

band. 31278 

C49510,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Fanetello; a Spanish serenade; words 

bv George Totten Smith; music bv 

Kathleen A. Roberts. 31279 

C 49375, JunelO, 1903 ; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

In sunny Africa; intro. Jumping Jack's 
jubilee; march two step by Ted S. Bar- 
ron; arr. by Maurice F. Smith for 
orchestra. 31280 

C49511,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Forberg (Otto), Leipzig, 
Germany. 
In falschem verdacht; oder, Die letzte 
flasche; komisches singspiel fur 3 her- 
ren mit davierbegleitung; text und 
musik von M. Legov: op. 122. Leip- 
zig. Otto Forberg. 31281 
C 49285, June9,1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. England. 

Bells of remembrance; ballad, written 

by .1. F. Lambie; composed by Orlando 

Powell. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. 31282 

C 49425, Junell,1903; 2c. Junell,1903. 

Hot stuff; cake walk, by J. Airlie Dix 
for piano. London. Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 31283 

049410, Junel 1,1903; 2 c.June 11, 1903. 

Jolly John Barleycorn: song, written by 

Clifton Bingham; composed by Walter 

Slaughter. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. 31284 

C49408, Junell, 1903: 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Miss Violet Cotton; a "real" fine girl; 

song, written and composed by Arthur 

Trevelvan. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. 31285 

C49404,Junell, 1903; 2c. Junel 1,1903. 



Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London, England. 

My terpsichorean gal; song, written and 

composed bv Frank Leo. London, 

Francis, Day & Hunter. 31286 

C49409,JunelL1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Sweetest (The) little pebble on the beach; 

song, written by Paul Kaye; composed 

by Forbes Russell. London, Francis, 

Day & Hunter. 31287 

C49411, Junell, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

They all came round on Sunday; song, 

written and composed by Murray and 

Everard. London. Francis, Day <x 

Hunter. 31288 

C49405, Junell, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Wedding (The) of Tompkins and Janet 

McClan; song, written by Ernest A. 

Searson; music arr. by G. D. Fox. 

London, Francis, Day c^Hunter. 31289 

C49407, Junell, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Y T ou don't want to tell your girl; song, 

written by Geo. A. Stevens and Gilbert 

\Yells; composed by Geo. A. Stevens. 

London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 31290 

C49406, Junell, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Gilmour (Henry L. ), YVe- 
nonah, N. J. 
Behold, I stand and knock; words and 
music, by L. E. Jones. 31291 

C 49240, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Enlist to-day; words and music bv Mrs. 

C. H. Morris. 31292 

C 49238, June 8, 1903: 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Follow me: words and music bv Mrs. 

C. H. Morris. ' 31293 

C 49228, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Greatest (The) thing is love; words and 

music, by Mrs. C. H. Morris. 31294 

C49242, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

He knows how: words by Mrs. E. E. 
AYilhams; music by H. L. Gilmour. 

31295 
C49231, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

Holy, holy; words and music by L. E. 

Jones. * 31296 

C 49233, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Jesus tenderly calls; words and music, bv 

L. E. Jones. 31297 

C49235, JuneS, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Just when I need Him; words by E. E. 
Hewitt; music bv H. L. Gilmour. 

31298 
C 49237, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8.1903. 



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M1SICAL COMPOSITIONS 



557 



Gilmour (Henry L.), We- 
nonah, N. J. 
Saved by grace alone: words by Lizzie j 
DeArmond; music by II. L. Gilmour. i 

31299 
C 49234, June 8, 1903; 2 e. June 8, 1903. 

Sing songs of jubilee: words by Kate Ti- 
mer; music by Pauline Gilmour Hatch. 

31300 

C 49229, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. ! 

Someone is waiting; words by Alice Jean 
Cleator: music by H. P. Danks. 31301 

C 49241, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

There's time enough vet; words and mu- 
sic, by Mrs. C. H. Morris. 31302 
C 49232, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Treasures in heaven; words by E. E. 
Hewitt; music by H. L. Gilmour. 

31303 
C 49239, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. j 

Trust in the Saviour and obey Him; 
words and music, bv L. E. Jones. 

31304 
C 49236, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

What Thou wilt; words and music by 

L. E. Jones. 31305 

C 49227, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Where are your sheaves? "Words by Jen- 
nie E. Hussev: music by H. L. Gilmour. 

31306 
C 49230, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. | 

Ginn & co., Boston, Mass. 
Blow, gentle gales; composed by Sir 
Henry Bishop; arr. by J. M. McLaugh- 
lin, for soprano, alto and bass with ad 
lib. tenor, no. 319. The coda. 31307 
C 49186, June 8, 1903; 2. c. June 9, 1903. 

Pilgrims' (The) chorus; from "Tannhau- 
ser," by Richard Wagner; arr. by J. ' 
M. McLaughlin for mixed voices, no. 
320. The coda. 31308 

C 49185, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 
Gordon (Hamilton S. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Evening recollections; nocturne by C. A. 
Egener for piano. " 31309 

C 36403, Nov. 4, 1902; 2 c. June 11, 1903. | 
Everybody tips their hats to Nell and I; | 
arr. for orchestra bv Al. J. Dovle. 

31310 
C 48612, May 27, 1903; 2c.Junell,1903. j 
Searchlight, vocal inarch; words by G. j 
S. H.; music by Will B. Morrison". 

31311 ! 



Gregory (Ernest ('.), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Could I but call you mine; song and cho- 
rus; words bv Ernest C. Gregory; music 
by Sam Silberman. 31313 

' C 49 03, June5, 1903; 2c.May 13, 1903. 

Groom (Richard W.), Or- 
chard Lake, Mich. 
Exposition Park; two step by Richard 
W. Groom for piano solo. 31314 

C 49467, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 

Our alma mater; march, by Richard W. 
Groom for piano solo. 31315 

C 49468, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 

Hachette & co., Paris, France. 

Amertume; poesie de Leon Durocher; 

musique de Paul Delmet; chant et 

piano. Paris, Hachette & cie. 31316 

C 49165, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Caresses; valse lente de Gaston Britta, 
pour piano. Paris, Hachette & cie. 

31317 
C 49169, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

Flirt; valse lente de A. de Fresne pour 

piano. Paris, Librarie Hachette & 

cie. 31318 

C 49167, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Oiseaux (Les) du reve; valse pour piano 
par Georges Flateau. Paris, Ha- 

chette & cie. 31319 

C 49168, JuneS, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Ours- valse ( L' ) ; valse pour piano de 
G. N. Ocki-Albi; transcription. Bos- 
ton, par Maurice Grace v. Paris, 
Librairie Hachette & cie. * 31320 
C 49164, JuneS, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Parisian niggers; fantaisie negre par Jus- 
tin Clerice, pour piano. Paris, Ha- 
chette & cie. 31321 
C 49166, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Hald (Jacob Rabe), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Turkey (The) waltz; for piano by C. 
Nauman. 31322 

C 49126, May 25, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Halm (Frederic J.), New 

York, N. Y T . 

Fordham (The) F; two step, composed 

by Frederic J. Halm for piano. 31323 

C 49533, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Harms (T. B.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 



C 47599, May 11, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. I 
Thistle dew; song, words by Edward ! Johannah; or, Choose the one that you 
Claffev; music by Riccard Donovan. lo ^e the best; song, by Smith and 

31312 Bowman. 31324 

C 36404, Nov.4,1902; 2c. June 11,1903. I C 49380, JunelO, 1903 ;2e. Junel0,1903. 

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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Harris (Chas. K.), New 
York, X. Y. 
Maiden (The) and the jay; words and 
music by William Gould/ 31325 

C48168,Mayl9,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

Hawkes & son, London, 

England. 

Overture from Richard Wagner's "Tann- 

hauser;" arr. for military band, by 

Frank Winterbottom. London, 

Hawkes & son. 31326 

C49457, June 12, 1903 ; 2c. June 12, 1 903. 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, 

Magdeburg, Germany. 

Neun lieder; fiir gemischten chor com- 

ponirt von Max Bruch: op. 60; (Nine 

songs for chorus of mixed voices. ) 

no. 9. Palmsonntag morgen; (Palm 

Sunday morning) fiir mannerchor, 

bearbeitet von Paul Hermann. 31327 

C 49284, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Und die blumlein, sie bliihen; von Rob- 
ert Radecke: op. 28c; lied fiir gemisch- 
ten chor ubertragen fiir eine singstimme 
mit klavierbegleitung. Magdeburg, 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. 31328 

C49520, June 13, 1903; 2c. June 13,1903. 

Heugel & cie, Paris, France. 
Ballade; pour flute ou violon avecacc. de 
piano par A. Perilhou. Paris, Heu- J 
gel & cie. 31329 

C 49162, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. j 

Caprice-ballet; pour piano, par Albert 
Landry: op. 204. Paris, Heugel & 
cie. 31330 

C 491 61, June 8, 1903; 2 c.June 8, 1903. ; 
Fleur de neige; mazurka de salon pour J 
piano, par Albert Landry: op. 205. 
Paris, Heugel £ cie. 31331 

C 49160, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 
Nuit (La) ; andante pour piano par Albert 
Landry: op. 206. Paris, Heugel & 
cie. 31332 

C 49159,June8, 1903; 2c. June 8,1903. 
Quatre valsettes pour piano; par Albert 
Landry: op. 187, no. 4. Valse Alsa- 
cienne. Paris, Heugel & cie. 31333 
C 49158, June 8,1903; 2c. June 8,1903. 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd., Lon- 
don, England. 
Cake walk and two step; from the musi- 
cal comedy "A Chinese honeymoon," 
by Ernest Vousden. London, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd. 31334 
C49317,Junel0,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Piccaninnies' (The) picnic; barn dance, 

by Gus Collins, for piano. London. 

Hopwood & Crew, ltd. 31335 

C4!»316,JunelO,1903; 2 c.Junel0.1903. 



Hopwood & Crew, ltd., Lon- 
don, England. 
Seduisant; valse lente, by Gaston Duprez, 
for piano. London, Hopwood & 

Crew, ltd. 31336 

C49453, Junel2,1903; 2 c.Junel 1,1903. 

Hutchins (W.), Springfield, 
Mass. 
"If you but knew;" words by Hilda 
Brenton; music bv Malcolm Williams. 

31337 
C 49311, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9,1903. 

Ikeler (Otto P.), Harris- 
burg, Pa. 
Little musical stories for little folks; a 
number of easy pieces for beginners, 
composed and arr. with fingering for 
the pianoforte, by Otto P. Ikeler. 31338 
C49473, Junel2,1903; 2 c.Junel 2, 1903. 

Mother's (A) soldier bov; words and 

music, by Otto P. Ikeler. 31339 

C49474, Junel2,1903; 2 c. Junel2,1903. 

Jacobv (Louis C), New 
' York, N. Y. 
At the name of Jesus; Coutant 6.5.6.5 
D; music by Louis C. Jacoby. 31340 
C 49379, June 10, 1 903 ; 2c. June 1 0, 1903. 

Johnson (Victor H.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Stockton (The) ; march and two step 
composed by Victor H. Johnson for 
piano. 31341 

C49479,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Jones (Ella Disbrow). Tren- 
ton, X. J. 
Queen of the fortune tellers; words and 
music by Ella Disbrow Jones. 31342 
C48633, May 28,1903; 2c. June 13, 1903. 

Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 

London, England. 

Abide with me; sacred song with organ 

accompaniment ad lib. ; words byHenry 

Francis Lyte; music by Herbert Schar- 

tau; no. 3 in A fiat. London, Keith. 

Prowse £ co. 31343 

049464, Junel2,1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

By the sea; short song; words by Lena 

Guilbert; music by Landon Ronald. 

no. 1. 31344 

C 49462, Junel2,1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Entre nous; valse lente pour piano, par 

Georges Gallois. London, Keith, 

Prowse & co. 31345 

C49463, Junel2. 1 903 : 2c June 1 1 .1903. 

Sea-shells; short song; words by Edward 
Teschemacher; music by Landon Ron- 
ald, no. 2. 31346 

C49461,Junel2,1903;2c.Jnne 11.1 !•<>.".. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



559 



Kirkpatrick (Wm. J.), Phila- 
delphia, I 'a. 
For you He died: words by Jennie E. 
Hussey; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

31347 
C 49210, June 6, 1903; 2c. June 6, 1903. 

Jesus understands: words by Birdie Bell; 

music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 31348 

C 49205, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Leaflet .sjeins. no. 1; by Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. 31349 
In renewal for 14 rears from July 20, 
1903. C 60986, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 
1, 1903. 

No shadow in the valley; words by E. E. 
Hewitt; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

31350 
C 49213, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

No shadows yonder: words by H. Bonar; 

music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 31351 

C 49211, June 6, 1903; 2c. June6, 1903. 

Not made with hands; words and music, 

by Mrs. C. H. Morris. 31352 

C 49207, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Our mission cry is, "Onward!"; words 

by Fanny J. Crosby: music by Carl F. 

Price 31353 

C 49209, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Speeding onward; words by Chas. E. 
Ferguson; music by Wm. J. Kirkpat- 
rick. 31354 
C 49204, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Such a friend is Jesus; words by James 
Rowe: music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

31355 
C 49212, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Sweet peace is my portion; words by 
E. E. Hewitt; music by Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. 31356 
C 49203, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

There's a story sweet and true; words by 

Mrs. W. T. Morris; music by Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick. 31357 

C 49206, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Waiting for meat home; words by John- 
son Oatman, jr. ; music by H. P. Danks. 

31358 

C 49208, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903 

Welcome, Holy Comforter; words by 

Flora Kirkland; music by Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick. 31359 

C 49214, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Kretsmar (B.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Grand march from the romantic opera the 
"Loyely month of May;" by Fred 
William A. Kretsmar: op. 47 for piano. 

31360 
C 48697, May 27, 1903; 2 c.June 9, 1903. 



Lemoine (Henry) & cie., 

Paris, France. 

Suite Espagnole; par R. de Aceves; or- 

chestrce par ('<. Am ray; A. Aragonesa; 

B. Cuba Habanera; (J. Sardana Cata- 

lana; D. Marehe Andalouse; orchestre 

ayec piano cond. 31361 

C 49163, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Leslie's (Paul) publishing 
co., Omaha, Nebr. 
I wants a jungle gal; words and music, 
by Paul Leslie. 31362 

C49427, June ll,1903;2c.Junel2, 1903. 

Leyin (Meyer), New York, 
N. Y. 
Er hat gelacht; (He laughed) song com- 
posed by Sol Smulewitz. 31363 
C49527,Junel3,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

Liljenberg (Joseph), Cano- 
va, S. Dak. 
South (The) Dakota rag; characteristic 
march and two step, by Joseph Liljen- 
berg for piano. 31364 
C 32122, Sept, 2, 1902; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Liyingston (Miriam J.), Ne- 
braska City, Nebr. 
My little Georgie Black; words and mu- 
sic, by Nemo. 31365 
C49363,JunelO,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Lockwood (Lilla M.), Bas- 
trop, La. 
Susie S. Grayes march; by Lilla M. Lock- 
wood for piano. 31366 
C49364, June 10, 1903 ; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Lorenz publishing company, 

Dayton, Ohio. 

Class song '03; song, words by Eyerett 

Shaw; music by Mabelle Wheatley. 

31367 
C 49224, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

McGrath (John W.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Dear old Massachusetts; words and mu- 
sic, by Cahill and McGrath. 31368 
C44853,Mar.26,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

Menges (Fred G), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Leading lady; march and two step by D. 
Arthur Carnall; arrangement for man- 
dolin orchestra. 31369 
C 49215, June 8, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

Molineux (George), New 

York, N. Y. 

I heard the yoice of Jesus; by Schubert; 

arr. by Jas. H. Rogers for male voices; 

Anthems, 5th series, no. 1224. 31370 

C 46527, Apr. 23, 1903; 2 c.June 11, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Molineux (George), New 

York, N. Y. 

Spacious (The) firmament; by Batiste: 

arr. by J. H. Rogers, for soprano, alto, 

tenor, bass, and organ; Anthems, 5th 

series, no. 1222. 31371 

C48230,May 20,1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Te Deum in C; by J. H. Rogers for so- 
prano, alto, tenor, bass, and organ; 
Anthems, 5th series, no. 1223. 31372 
C4S229,May20,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

Montgomery (Roberta H.), 
Rochester. X. Y. 
Songs of Wellesley; a collection of songs 
for the use of the glee club and stu- 
dents of Wellesley college, compiled 
and edited by Cordelia C. Nevers and 
Roberta H. Montgomery. 31373 

C 49193, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Moreland (Fred L. ), Adrian, 
Mich. 
Gypsy (The) prophet: march, two-step 
for piano, by Fred L. Moreland. 

31374 
C 49470, Junel2, 1903; 2 c.Junel2, 1903. 

Morgan (L. W.), Corning, 
N. Y. 

Girl (The) with the paper hat; words 

and music, by L. W. Morgan. 31375 

C49370,JunelO, 1903; 2 c.June 10, 1903. 

Morris (Joseph), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Moth (The); bv R. P. Lilly for piano. 

31376 

C 49257, June 8, 1903: 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

M idler (D.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Kilkerry; an Irish simfunny; character- 
istic two step, adapted and composed 
for piano solo by Emmet Balfmoor. 

31377 
C 4D402, June 10,1903; 2 c.June 9, 1903. 

Needham i Alicia Adelaide), 
London, England. 
With faithful heart; song, words from the 
Spanish: music composed by Alicia 

Adelaide Needham. London, Alicia 

Adelaide Needham. 31378 

C 49171, Junes, 1 903 : 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Xovello & CO., limited. Lon- 
don, England. 
Concerto for organ and orchestra: com- 
posed by Horatio Parker: op. 55; full 
score. London, Xovello cN; CO., lim- 
ited. 31379 
C49221 , June 8, 1903: 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 



— organo. 

limited. 



London, Xovello & co., 
31380 



C49222,June8, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 



Xovello <fe co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Concerto for organ and orchestra: com- 
posed by Horatio Parker: op. 55; 1st 
violin. London. Xovello & co., lim- 
ited. 31381 
C 49223, JuneS. 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Love for such a cherry lip; four-part 
song for men's voices: words written 
by Francis J. F. Waddington; music 
composed by John E. West. no. 361. 
The orpheus, new series. London, 
Xovello & co., limited. 31382 

C 49170, June 8.1903: 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Oldefest (Edward G. ), Cham- 
paign, 111. 
Tale of a violet; words by E. O. George; 
music by E. G. Oldefest. 31383 

C49367,Junel0 } i903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
April smiles: (Sourire d'Avril) waltz by 
M. Depret; arr. by Mackie- Beyer, for 
full orchestra, no. 1315. J. W. Pep- 
per's twentieth century journal. 31384 
C49553, June 1 3, 1903 : 2 c. June 1 3, 1 903. 

Arion (The) collection; violin duets with 

piano accompaniment, cornet part ad 

lib.; arr. by A. S. Bowman. 31385 

C 49335, June S, 1903; 2 c.June 8, 1903. 

Birthday-ovation: march. by C. F. Ki'ihne; 

arr. by Win. F. Kretschmer, for full 

orchestra, no. 1301. J. W. Pepper's 

twentieth century journal. 31386 

C49556, J une 1 3, 1903 ; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Celestial charms: (Gotterfunken) waltzes 
by Rob. Vollstedt: arr. by Win. F. 
Kretschmer. for full orchestra. J. W. 
Pepper" s twentieth century journal. 
no. 1210. ' 31387 

C 49338. June 8, 1 903 : 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Clifton academy; mazurka, by J. J.Gever, 
for full orchestra. 31388 

C39181,Dec 26,1902; 2c. Junel 2,1903. 
Dance of the pullywogs: caprice, by Ar- 
thur Thorley; arr. by Mackie-Beyer, 
for full orchestra. 31389 

G 39 193, Dec. 26, 1902; 2c. June 12, 1903. 
Dance of the sylphs; (Sylphen tanz)from 
Damnation of Faust, by H. Berlioz; 
arr. by William F. Kretschmer for 
full orchestra. J. W. Pepper's twen- 
tieth century journal, no. 1266. 

31390 
C 49336, Junes. 1903; 2 c. June8,1903. 
Daughters (The) of Eve; ( Eva-tochter) 
waltzes, by C. M. Ziehrer; arr. by 
William F. Kretschmer for full orches- 
tra, no. 127s. J. W. Pepper's twenti- 
eth century journal. 31391 
C 49554, Junel3, 1903; 2c. Junel 3. 1903. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



501 



Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, l'a. 
Fickle coon; a rag-time march and cake 
walk, bv Sidney Crane: arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer lor full orchestra. J. W. Pep- 
per's twentieth century journal qo. 
L296. 31392 

C 49331 .Junes. 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

Francesca; Spanish waltz, by A. Her- 
man: arr. by Wm. F. Kretschmer for 
full orchestra. 31393 

C 39177,Dec.26,1902; 2c.Junel2,1903. I 
How to tune piston instruments. 31394 
C61569,Junel0,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Hunting scenes: march and two step, by 

Louis F. Bonnaye; arr. by Mackie- 

Beyer for fall orchestra, no". 1301. J. 

W. Pepper's twentieth century. 31395 

C 49555, Junel3, 1903; 2 c.Junel3, 1903. 

Knights of Coontown; cakewalk and two- 
step, by M. L. Koockogey for piano. 

31396 
C 49333, JuneS, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

Merry spirits; (Fesche geister) waltzes 
by Eduard Strauss: arr. by William F. 
Kretschmer for full orchestra. Twen- j 
tieth century journal, no. 1262. 31397 
C 49337, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 
Momens musicals: by Franz Schubert; | 
arr. by William F. Kretschmer, for 
full orchestra. J. W. Pepper's twen- 
tieth century journ 1. 12(36. 31398 
C 49339, JuneS, 1903; 2c. June8,1903. ; 
N. B. C. march: by Arthur M. Cohen; 
arr. by Mackie-Beyer, for full orches- \ 
tra. no. 1270 J. W. Pepper's twen- 
tieth century journal. 31399 

C49551, June 13, 1903; 2c. June 13. 1903. | 
Ola; danse characteristique, byMaxDrey- ; 
fus; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for full or- 
chestra. 31400 ! 
C39194,Dec.26,1902:2c.Junel2.1903. j 
Power of beauty; (Beaux yeux) schot- j 
tische by E. Mezzocapo; arr. by Wm. 
F. Kretschmer, for full orchestra. 

31401 
C39183,Dec.26,1902; 2c. June 12, 1903. > 
Regent (The) collection; violin and piano 
duets arr. by A. S. Bowman. 31402 
C 49334, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 
Sounds from the Alps; (Alpen klange) 
waltzes, by F. Zikoff for full orches- 
tra. 31403 
C39 186, Dec. 26, 1902; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 
Spider (The) dance: characteristic, by 
Gene Myers; arr. by Mackie-Beyer for 
full orchestra. J. W. Pepper's twen- 
tieth century journal no. 1296. 31404 
C 49332, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, l'a. 
Superba galop; l>v I). L. Ferrazzi, for full 
orchestra. 31405 

(' 39 1S2, Dec. 26, 1902; 2 c.June 12, 1903. 

Tales from the Vienna woods; (Ge- 

schichten aus dem Wiener wald) 

waltzes by Joh. Strauss; arr. by Wm. F. 

Kretschmer, for full orchestra. 31406 

C39178,Dec.26,1902;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Tristesse; song without words, by F. 
Mezzaeapo; arr. by William F. 
Kretschmer for full orchestra with 
oboe or clarinet solo. J. W. Pepper's 
twentieth centurv journal, no. 1266. 

31407 
C 49340, JuneS, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Vienna woodland violets; (Veilchen aus 

dem Wiener wald) waltzes by Rob. 

Vollstedt; arr. byWm. F. Kretschmer 

for full orchestra. 31408 

C39192,Dec.26,1902; 2c. June 12, 1903. 

W. M. B. march; by Howard Moon; 
arr. bv Mackie-Bever, for full orches- 
tra. 31409 
C39188,Dec.26,1902; 2c. June 12,1903. 

War and peace; march, two-step by Nick 

. Brown; arr. by Mackie-Beyer, for full 

orchestra. 31410 

C39187,Dec.26,1902;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Young (The) prodigal; (Flotte jugend) 
polka, bv Wm. F. Kretschmer: op. 
160, for full orchestra, no. 1270 J. W. 
Pepper's twentieth centurv journal. 

31411 
C49552, Junel3, 1903 ; 2 c. JunelS, 1903. 

Pratt (Parker), Tarentum, 
Pa. 
My boyhood in sunny Tennessee; words 
and music, by Parker Pratt. 31412 

C49372, JunelO, 1903; 2 c.Junel 0.1903. 

Rahter (D. ), Leipzig, Ger- 
many. 
Deux caprices; pour piano, par Ludwig 
Mendelssohn: op. 169; Libellule; valse- 
caprice. Leipzig, D. Rahter. 31413 
C 49282, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Mazourka elegiaque. Leipzig, 

D. Rahter. 314i4 

C 49283, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Reese (J. Llewelvn), Scran- 
ton, Pa. 
Hinky Dink, march and two-step, by 
J. Llewelyn Reese, for piano. 31415 
C49469, Junel2, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel 2, 1903. 



43 



562 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Reinecke (Gebriider), Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Cortege de Pulcinella; petite marche 
humoristique pour le piano par R. 
Leoncavallo; revised and fingered by 
William Hagen. Leipzig, Gebriider 
Reinecke. 31416 

C 49454, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June3, 1903. 

Ricordi (G. ) & c, Milano, 
Italy. 
Germania; quadro 2; instrmnentazione 
di Giovanni Moranzoni for military 
band. no. 108052. Milano, G. Ri- 
cordi & c. 31417 
C49418,Junell,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

Roberts {Mrs. Sophia), Tay- 
cheedah, Wis. 
My lubly buttercup; words and music by 
Mrs. Sophia Roberts. 31418 

C49368, June 10, 1903 ; 2 c. June 10. 1903. 

Rogers <fc Eastman, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Tannhauser potpourri; by Wagner; ar- 
rangement tor mandolin club, by Harrv 
W. Weber. ' 31419 

C 49220, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Rosenfeld (Monroe H.) 
Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Conld I forget yon; song and chorus; 
written by Monroe H. Rosenfeld. 

31420 
C49378, June 10,1903; 2c. June 10, 1903. 

Rosewig (A. H.b Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Cantus divinus; a collection of catholic 
music suitable for all services, contain- 
ing three masses, two requiems, three 
sets of vespers and a variety of pieces 
suitable for all seasons of the year, es- 
pecially adapted to the requirements of 
church choirs, convents, seminaries. 
etc., compiled by A. H. Rosewig. 

31421 
In renewal for 14 years from June 23, 
1903. ( ' 49526, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 
23, 1903. 

Ruggles (Emma L.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
My little office girl; words and music by 
Emma L. Rugcles. 31422 

C 43700, Mar. 1 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Swinging in the hammock; song, words 

and music by Emma L. Ruggles. 31423 

C43697,Feb.26,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Rutherford (Fred A.), Lon- 
don, Out., Canada. 
Breath of spring; waltz, by Fred A. 
Rutherford, for piano. Toronto. 

Whaley, Royce & CO., limited. 31424 
C4931 2, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Schirmer (G.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Marcia; for the organ, bv Arthur Bird. 

31425 
C 49243, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Mercy-seat (The); sacred song for low 
voice, with piano accompaniment; 
words by William Cowper; adapted to 
the music of G. Verdi by W. H. Neid- 
linger. 31426 

C49516,Junel2,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

Sleepy-town; lullaby for medium voice, 

with piano accompaniment; words by 

Henry Faulkner Darnell; music by 

Emilie Pughe Strasenburgh. 31427 

C 49244, JuneS. 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

50studien, iiberdieetiiden vonFr. Chopin, 
von Leopold Godowsky, no. 47: op. 10, 
no. 5, und op. 25, no. 9. Ges dur, 
Badinage: 2etiid. vereint; (G flat major, 
two studies combined.) 31428 

C 49304, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Schmidt (Arthur P.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Heart to heart talks; song from the De- 
fender; libretto by Allen Low r e; music 
by Charles Dennee. 31429 

C49225, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June8, 1903. 

Phantasien und bilder: 8 clavierstiicke 
componirt von Ludvig Schytte: op. 
133, no. 1; Aus dem Schwedischen 
volksleben; (A Swedish folk scene.) 

31430 
C49286. June9,1903; 2 c.June9,1903. 

no. 2: Spanische tanz-scene; (With 

castanet and fan.) 31431 

C49287, June9, 1903; 2c. June9, 1903. 

no. 3; Einsame stunde; (Lonelv 

hour.) 31432 

C 49288, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

no. 4; Maurischer tanz; (Moorish 

dance.) 31433 

C 49289, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

no. 5; Sommertraume; (Summer 

dreams) valse lente. 31434 

C49290, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

no. 6; Wald-geister; (Forest sprites. ) 

31435 
C 49291, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

no. 7; Es ist lang her; (So long ago) 

gavotte. 31436 

C 49292, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

no. 8; Fest im dorf; (Village festi- 
val. ) 31437 
C49293, June9,1903; 2 c. .June**, 1903. 



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V. 36, No. 26 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



563 



Schmidt (Arthur P.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Prelude to Oedipus tyrannus of Sopho- 
cles, composed by John Knowles Paine; 
orchestra score. 31438 

C49539,Junel3,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

Schubert (Edward) & CO., 
New York, N. Y. 
With thee; song, words by Mary Cow- 
den Clarke; music bv P. A. Schnecker, 
for high v«»iee. 31439 

C4932O,Junel0,1903;2e.Junel0,1903. 

for low voice. 31440 

C4931 9, June 1 0, 1903 ; 2c. June 10, 1903. 

Shaeffer (Arling), Chicago, 
111. 
Chicago ideal march; for mandolin and 
guitar, by Carlton Ostrander. 31441 
C 49394, June 1 0, 1903 ; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

for mandolin and piano, by Carlton 

Ostrander. 31442 

C49393, June 10,1903;2c.May 25,1903. 

Russian guardmount patrol; by R. Eilen- 

berg; for mandolin and guitar, arr. bv 

Arling Shaeffer. 31443 

C 49388, June 10, 1903 ; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

for mandolin and piano, arr. bv Ar- 
ling Shaeffer. 31444 
C 49387, JunelO, 1903; 2c.May 25,1903. 

Sweetest kiss polka; for mandolin and 

guitar, by Max Weber. 31445 

C 49392, June 10, 1903; 2 c.Mav 25, 1903. 



and piano, by Max 
" 31446 



for mandolin 

"Weber. 

C 49391, June 10,1903; 2c.May25,1903. 

Whip-poor-will polka; for mandolin and 

guitar, by Max Weber. 31447 

C 49390, June 10, 1903 ; 2 c. Mav 25, 1903. 



— for mandolin and 
Weber. 
C 49389, June 10, 1903 ; 2 c. May 25, 1903 



piano, bv Max 
* 31448 



Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 

New York, N. Y. 

Beaver (The) orchestra folio no. 2; arr. 

by Maurice F. Smith; 1st violin part. 

31449 
C 49359, JunelO, 1903 ; 2c. June 10, 1903. 

In the village by the sea; words by An- 
drew B. Sterling; music bv Stanley 
Crawford. 31450 

C 49538, June 13, 1903 ; 2c. June 13, 1903. 

Ollie, Ollie 0; words by Chas. Robinson; 

music by Harry L. Newman. 31451 

C 49431, Junell, 1903; 2 c.Junel2, 1903. 



Sheard (Charles) &co., Lon- 
don, England. 
I'm on Tom Tiddler's ground; song, 
written and composed by Harry Win- 
cott. London, Charles Sheard & co. 

3 1452 
C49155,June6,1903; 2 c. June 2,1903. 

Sisters of Mercv, Rensselaer, 
N. Y. 
O salutaris; for soprano and alto, com- 
posed bv a member of the Order of 
Mercy (S. M. A. ) 31453 

C 49472, Junel2, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel2, 1903. 

Stahl (Albert), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Deutscher flotten-vereins marsch; von H. 
W. Wollrabe; ausgabe fur klavier. 
Berlin, Yerlag Albert Stahl. 31454 

C49521,Junel3,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

Stern (Jos. W. ) & co.,New 
York, N. Y. 
Hail to the nation; march, arr. for band 
by Jos. La Calle. 31455 

*C49478,Junel2,1903;2e.Junel2,1903. 

Mocking (The) b>ird; selection, arr. for 

full band, by Chas. J. Roberts. 31456 

C49434, Junell, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Nobody's lookin' but de owl an' de moon ; 
arr. bv C. De Janon for voice and gui- 
tar. 31457 
C 49300, June 9, 1903 ; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

There's a little street in heaven that they 

call Broadway; words by Jas. T. Wal- 

dron and A. Baldwin Sloane; music by 

A. Baldwin Sloane. 31458 

C49548,Junel3,1903; 2c.Junel3,1903. 

They are angels without wings; words by 

Harry B. Smith; music by Gustave 

Kerker. 31459 

C49546,Junel3,1903; 2c.Junel3,1903. 

Warbler's (The) serenade; arr. by C. De 

Janon, for guitar solo. 31460 

C 49299, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9,1903. 

Water-lily; words and music by Claude 

M. Barnett. 31461 

C49547,Junel3,1903; 2c.Junel3,1903. 

What w T ould happen then? words by 

Harry B. Smith; music by Gustave 

Kerker. 31462 

C49545,Junel3,1903; 2c.Junel3,1903. 

While the convent bells were ringing; 
arr. bv C. De Janon, for voice and guitar. 

31463 
C 49301, June9, 1903; 2c. June9, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Stohwasser (Jos. J.) Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Margie mine; words by C. Lynch; music 
bv R. Tragman; song with piano ace. 

31464 
C 49150, June 6,1903; 2 c. June 6,1903. 

Summy (Clayton F. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Lament (A); song, by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer. 31465 

C 49535, Junel3, 1903 ; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Sleepy-song; by G. A. Grant-Schaefer 

for low voice. 31466 

049536, Junel3, 1903 ; 2 c. June 1 3, 1903. 

Sweney (Lizzie E. ) and Hood 

(John J.) , Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Goodly pearls for the Sunday-school; by 

John R. Sweney and John J. Hood. 

31467 
In renewal for 14 vears from Julv 20, 
1903. A 53608, Feb. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1903. 

Thompson (C. W.) & CO., 

Boston, Mass. 

Cradle hymn, 15th century; words by 

Henry of Loufenburg; music bv Mrs. 

G. E. Aiken. * 31468 

C49550,June 13,1903; 2c. June 13,1903. 

Romanza; for violin in I), with piano ac- 
companiment, by Herman P. Chelius. 

31469 
C49549,June 13, 1903; 2c. June 13,1903. 

Tibbott, (Elizabeth A.), 
Ebensburg, Pa. 
Called by name; words and music by 
Elizabeth A. Tibbott. 31470 

C49373, June 10, 1903 ; 2c. June 1 0, 1903. 

Tozer(A. Edmonds), Hove, 

England. 

Mass of St. Wilfrid; by A. Edmonds 

Tozer, for soprano, contralto, tenor, 

bass, and organ ad lib. London, 

Cary&co. 31471 

C 49176, June 8,1903; 2c. June4, 1903. 

Trucksess (David L.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Ruth's dolly: song, words by David L. 
Trucksess; music by Ida Virginia Truck- 

31472 
C49471,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Tushinsky (Felix), Boston, 
Mass. 
Rosebush (A); intermezzo for pianoforte 
by Felix Tushinsky. 31473 

C49326,Junel0,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 



Yandersloot music co., Wil- 
liam sport, Pa. 
Under southern skies; intro. "Sweet 
clover;" waltz, by Lee Orean Smith, 
for 1st and 2nd mandolin, guitar and 
piano. 31474 

C49328,Junel0,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Veazie (G. A.), jr., Chelsea, 
Mas^ 
High school march: for 3 soprani and 
bass, by G. A. Veazie, jr. no. 4084. 
Ditson & co.'s octavo choruses. 31475 
In renewal for 14 vears from June 
26, 1903. C 49525. Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Mar. 23, 1903. 

Warner (J. H.), Marlboro, 

Mass. 

To the front; march and two-step by 

Wm. Baines; arr. by Thos. R. Confare, 

for orchestra. 31476 

C49557,Junel3,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

Wehmann (Jos.), Trenton, 
N. J. 
New music to our national hymn "Amer- 
ica;" by Joseph Wehmann. 31477 
C 491 87, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Wernthal (Otto), Berlin, 

Germany. 

Strandbilder; (Scenes de la plage) fur 

pianoforte, von Franz von Blon; v. n. 

1545, no. 1, Wellenspiel; (Waves plav- 

ing). Berlin, Otto Wernthal. 31478 

C 4941 2, June 11, 1903; 2 c.June 11, 1903. 

1546, no. 2, Strandleben am abend; 

(The evening life on the beach) . Ber- 
lin, Otto Wernthal. 31479 
C4941 3, Junell, 1903; 2e. Junell, 1903. 

1547, no. 3, Traumweben; (Vision). 

Berlin, Otto Wernthal. 31480 

C 49414, June 11, 1903; 2c. June 11, 1903. 

1548, no. 4, Tanz der fischermad- 

chen; ( Dance of the fisher-girls) . Ber- 
lin. Otto Wernthal. 31481 
C49415,Junell, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

1549, no. 5, In den di'men; (Between 

the downs). 31482 

C49416, Junell, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

Wheaton (Willis D.), Clif- 
ton Springs, X. Y. 
You can only love one mother: w< >rds ami 
music, by Willis D. Wheaton. 31483 
C49374,Junel0,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Whitney Warner publish- 
ing co., Detroit, Mich. 
Sunrise in Georgia; march two step, by 
Sheppard Camp, for piano. 31484 

C49327,JunelO,1903;2e.JunelOj;>0:». 



46 



V. 36, No. 26 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



565 



Widdows i.T. Morris . Con- 
Dersville, Ind. 

Take me back to my Indiana home: 
words and music by J. Morris Wid- 
dows; arr. by the Groom music CO. 

31485 
C49365,Junel0,19O3;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Willcocks & co., limited. 
London. England. 
Everlasting: song, words by A. P. K. 
Sidney Carlton: music by Jules Roger. 
London. Willcocks & co.. limited. 

31486 
C49313,Junel0,1903;2c.Junel0,1903. 

Jesus of Nazareth: anthem for four solo 
voices and chorus with organ accom- 
paniment: words by A. P. K. Sidney 
Carlton : music by Jules Roger. Lon- 
don, Willcocks & co., limited. 31487 
C49314. June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10.1903. 

AVillig (Geo.) & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 
Elks military march: by E. V. Cupero, 
for piano. * 31488 

C 49226, June 8, 1903; 2 c.June 8, 1903. 

Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 
Xew York, X. Y. 
"Boys will be boys:'' march and two- 
step from the comic opera "Mr. Pick- 
wick." by Manuel Klein; arr. for 
military band by Herbert L. Clarke. 

31489 
C 49271. June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Caress (The); by Gaylord Barrett: op. 

11. for piano. * 31490 

C49544,June 13,1903; 2 c.Junel3. 1903. 

Come down ma evenin' star; by John 

Stromberg; arr. by Geo. Lechler. for 

zither. 31491 

C 49272, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Cupid in a museum; words by Guy E. 
Steely: music by Frederic Chapin. 

31492 

C 49397, June 10, 1903 :2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Dear Rosalie: words by Jos. W. Standish: 

music by J. A. Silberberg. 31493 

C 49401, June 10, 1903; 2c. June9,1903. 

Ethiopia, an African intermezzo, by Al. 
Johns; arr. for military band by Wil- 
liam Christopher O' Hare. 31494 
C 49263, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Facing the music; march and two-step. 

by Franz Soucoup for piano. 31495 

C 49321,Junel0,1903; 2c.June9,1903. 

I'm a Jonah man: march, two-step intro., 

"I'se got suffin' on mah mind," arr. 

for band by W. C. O'Hare. 31496 

C49540, June 13,1903;2c. June 13.1903. 

28355— 03 ± 4 



Witmark i Marcus I & sons, 
New York. X. Y. 
I see your tare in everything; word- by 
Mae Gamble, music by Al. Johns. 

31497 
C 49264. Junes. 1903: 2c. Junes. 1903. 

I wants to be some kind of a show girl 

too: words and music by Sidney L. 

Perrin. 3*1498 

C49398,JunelO,1903; 2c. June 9,1908. 

Katie, my southern rose; from •"When 
Johnnie comes marching home." song 
with banjo ace; words by Stanislaus 
Stange: music by Julian Edwards; arr. 
by G. D. Lansing. 31499 

*C493S4, June 10,1903: 2c. June9,1903. 

Leader (The) of frocks and frills: march 

and two step, by M. Melville-Ellis: arr. 

by G. L. Lansing, for banjo solo. 31500 

C 49274. June 8.1903: 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Lucv-oo-cie-oo: sons by Chas. E. Colbv. 

31501 

C 49270. June S. 1903: 2 c. June S. 1903. 

Ma Afro-Mexican queen: words and mu- 
sic, by Sidney L. Perrin. 31502 
C 49399, June 10.1903: 2 c.June 9. 1903. 

Mind your business and I'll mind mine: 
words and music by Smith and Bow- 
man. 31503 
C 49267, June 8, 1903: 2 c. June 8.1903. 

My Alamo love : march and two step intro. 
' ; The soldiery, ' ' from Carle and Heartz' 
operatic comedy, "The tenderfoot:" 
arr. by Hilding Anderson for piano. 

31504 
C 49383, June 10, 1903 : 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

My Sambo: song with banjo ace. ; music 

by Isidore Witmark: arr. by G. L. 

Lansing. 31505 

C 49385, June 10, 1903: 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

My Venetian maid: words by Guy F. 
Steelv; music by Frederic Chapin. 

31506 
C 49266, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

On a balmy night in June; words by 

Harry A. Bloomberg; music by Alfred 

H. Bloomberg. 31507 

C 49268, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

"Peggy from Paris" waltzes: musical 

comedy by Ade and Loraine: arr. by 

Hilding Anderson for piano. 31508 

C 49381, June 10. 1903; 2 c.June 9. 1903. 

Perhaps: words by Van Rensselaer 
Wheeler; music by M. Melville Ellis. 

31509 
C 49400, June 10,1903; 2 c.June 9, 1903. 



566 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 
New York, X. Y. 
Rastus it's me; song bv Billee Tavlor. 

* 31510 
C 49395, June 10, 1903 ; 2 e. June 9, 1903. 
Since I first met you; by Ade and Wat- 
hall; arr. bv Geo. Lechler for zither. 

31511 
C 49273, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Two step, intro. Hike from "The 

Sultan of Sulu," by Alfred G. Wathall; 

arr. by T. Phillips for banjo solo. 31512 

C 49386, June 10, 1903 ; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Star (The) dreamer; Oriental serenade 

bv Theo. Bendix; arr. for military band 

by James M. Fulton. '31513 

C49542,Junel3,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

■ for piano. 31514 

C 49269, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

composed and arr. for orchestra by 

Theo. Bendix. 31515 

C49543, June 13, 1903 ; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Tell me pretty rose-bud; words by Guy 

F. Steelv; music bv Frederic Chapin. 

31516 
C 49396, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 



Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 
New York, X. Y. 
"Tenderfoot" (The); waltzes from mu- 
sical play by Carle and Heartz; arr. by 
Hilding Anderson, for piano. 3151*7 

C 49382, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Touring 'round; words by Guy F. Steely; 
music by Frederic Chapin. 315i8 

C 49265, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Trouble; march intro. My honev bee; 
arr. by W. C. O'Hare for band. " 31519 

C49541 , June 13, 1903 ; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Wood (B. F. ) music com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
O Holy Jesu; by Whitby, for mixed 
voices; no. 107. The choir journal. 

31520 
C49508,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Shadows (The) of the evening hours; by 
Schultz for mixed voices; no. 108. The 
choir journal. 31521 

C49509, June 12, 1903 ; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 



Number of Musical compositions entered since Jan. 1, 1903 10, 780 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietor; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice, if printed in full, 
would read. " Copyright by W. D. Allen, Chicago, 111. Class F, XXc, no. 14495, June 13,1903; 
2 copies received June 13, 1903.'' 



Allen (W. D.), Chicago, 111. 
Modern (The) moloch. (F 14495, June 
13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31522 

American lumberman, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Typical timber scene in the Louisiana 
vellow pine forests. (F 14060, May 9, 
1903; 2 c. May 9, 1903. ) 31523 

Bibliophile society, Boston, 
Mass. 
Caxton and his printing press. ( F 1 4467, 
June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903.) 

31524 

Blashfield (E. H.), New 

York, X. Y. 

Studv for a head in a mural painting. 

(F 14456, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 

1903.) 31525 

Boyce (W. D.) company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Morgan (J. P.) Hush! I've got two of 
'em nibbling. (F 14121, May 14, 1903. ) 

31526 
Tonic (The) that never fails. (F 14122, 
May 14, 1903.) 31527 

2 c. each May 14, 1903. 

Carter ( William S. ), Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 
Locomotive firemen's magazine educa- 
tional charts. Westinghouse air brake 
series. Plate 6. Nine and one-half 
inch pump (valve action). (F 14167, 
May 18, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903.) 

31528 

Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Having in New England meadows. (F 
14396, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903.) 

31529 

Hearst (W. R.), New York, 

X. Y. 

Coal (The) trust to the bar! Justice waits. 

(F 14460, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 

1903.) 31530 



Hearst (W. R.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Diary (The) of a had boy (illustrated). 
(F 14442, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 
1903.) 31631 

Doings (The) of Happy Hooligan and his 
brother, Gloomy Gus. How Happy 
helped a small bov to catch a fish. (F 
14439, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 

31532 

He laughed too soon. (F 14434, June 8, 
1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 31533 

His best friend. (F 14435, June 8, 1903; 
2 c. JuneS, 1903.) 31534 

How the lvnx interrupted a Mt. Ararat 
musicalV. (F 14437, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903.) 21535 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 
14463, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 
1903.) 31536 

Mr. Geezer knew how to get off the car. 
(F 14440, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 
1903.) 31537 

Naughty Toodles! (F 14438, June 8, 
1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 31538 

Popular pictures for the people. Thumbs 
down. "With comments by an art 
critic. (F 14462, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 10, 1903.) 31539 

Popular poetry for the people. ( F 14393, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. ) 31540 

Popular poetrv for the people. ( F 14125, 
May 14, 1903; 2 c. May 14, 1903.) 31541 

Popular poetry for the people. The 
doing up of Danny Common-Peo- 
ple-Deever. Dated up from Kipling. 
(F 14459, June 9, 1903; 2 c, June 9, 
1903.) 31542 

This is a picture of actual life. (F 14441, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. ) 31543 



49 



445 



446 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hearst (W. R.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Thrilling (The) submarine adventures of 
Alphonse and Gaston, assisted by their 
friend Leon, they search for a sunken 
treasure chest. In three chapters. 
Chapter 2. (F 14436, June 8, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903.) 31544 

Wouldn't it make you mad. (F 14471, 
June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903.) 

31545 
Hirt (C. J.), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Brainy Bowers had use for the kettle. 
(F 14423, June 8, 1903.) 31546 

Hi and Si succeed in getting another holi- 
day. (F 14424, June 8, 1903.) 31547 

Johnny on the spot. (F 14422, June 8, 
1903.) 31548 

Trials (The) of a little mother. (F 14425, 
June 8, 1903.) 31549 

Willie Cute gives his Boston cousins a 
good time. ( F 14426, June 8, 1903. ) 

31550 
2 c. each June 8, 1903. 

Landeker & Brown, London, 
England. 
Connoisseurs (The). (F 14373, June 4, 
1903.) 31551 

Cuetown (The) hunt. Fullcrv. A canon 
off the white. (F 14371, June 4, 1903. ) 

315511 

Going to the meet, Cutting the 

cloth. (F 14369, June 4, 1903.) 31552 

Goneawav. Spot leads. (F 14370, 

June 4, 1903.) 31553 

The finish. Pocket. (F14372,June 

4, 1903.) 31554 

Trumped. (F 14374, Jane 4, 1903.) 



31555 



2 c. each June 4, 1903. 



New 



Life publishing co. 

York, N. Y. 

Beatrice F. . . . (F 14493, June 13, 

1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31556 

College (The) man; his final fling before 
he becomes an office boy. (F 14492, 
June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 

31557 

Helen J (F 14494, June 13, 1903; 

2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31558 

Kind of funny, after all. "Its no laugh- 
ing matter to be rejected by a million 
dollars! " " Well, I don't know. You 
see, old man, she's just accepted me." 
(F 14058, May 9, 1903; 2 c, May 9, 
1903.) 31559 

Still the champion. (F 14059, May 9, 
L903; 2 c May 9, L903.) 3i560 



McClure (T. C), New York, 
N. Y. 
Billy Bounce "bounces" the ourang- 
outang cop. (F 14432, June 8, 1903.) 

31561 

How Uncle Pike fixed the book agent. 

(F 14431, June 8, 1903.) 31562 

Inns (The) and outs of coffee and sink- 
ers. (F 14429, June 8, 1903.) 31563 

Professor Hvpnotist his own victim. (F 
14428, June 8, 1903.) 31564 

Simon's motto — he who fights and runs 
awav, etc. (F 14427, June 8, 1903.) 

31565 

Teasers (The). The laugh is on Bobbv. 
(F 14433, June 8, 1903.) 31566 

To kid last is to kid best. (F 14430, 
June 8, 1903.) 31567 

2 c. each June 8, 1903. 

New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Brownies (The) in the Philippines. (F 
14469, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. ) 

31568 

Buster Brown he cheats himself out of a 
party. (F 14124, May 14, 1903; 2 c. 
May 18, 1903.) 31569 

Buster Brown plays another little inno- 
cent trick on his ma. ( F 14468, June 
11, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 31570 

Montmorency on guard! (F 14470, June 
11, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 31571 

Montmorency's day off. (F 14123, May 
14, 1903; 2 c. May 18, 1903.) 31572 

Procter & Gamble co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Wedding (The) journev. (F 14053, May 
9, 1903; 2 c. May 9, 1903.) 31573 

Rawlett (A. B. ) Norfolk, Va. 
Dat chicken am roostin' high, but I's 
bound to hab poultry. (F 14458, June 
9, 1903.) 31574 

Reaching for poultry. (F 14457, June 9, 
1903; 2 c. each June 9, 1903. ) 31575 

Ruelberg (Reinhold) Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Greetings from Sandy Island. (F 14389, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. ) 31576 

Tammen (H. H.), Denver, 
Colo. 
Cupid at the tail-o-phone. (F 14449, 
June 9, 1903.) 31577 

Cupid on the warpath. (F 14450, June 
9, 1903.) 31578 

Indian papoose. (F14451, June 9, 1903. ) 

31579 
2 c. each June 9, 1903. 



50 



V. 37, No. 26 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



447 



Turk, Raphael & sons com- 
pany, ltd., New York, 
X. Y. 

Court (The) of Venus. (F 14412, June 

8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 31580 

Willcox (Henry Howard), 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Artist's (The) dilemma. (F 14290, May 

29, 1903.) 31581 

Captivator (The). (F 14283, May 29, 

1903.) 31582 



Foggy (A) morn. 

1903.) 
Glorious (A) sunset. 

1903. ) 
Gold from the farm. 

1903.) 
Good evening. 

Harvest (The). 



F 14282, May 29, 

31583 

(F 14291, May 29, 

31584 

(F 14286, May 29, 

31585 

(F 14287, Mav29. 1903.) 

31586 

(F 14295, Mav 29, 1903.) 

31587 

In Venice harbor. (F 14285, May 29, 

1903.) 31588 



Tuck, Raphael & sons com- 
pany, ltd., Now York, 
N. Y. 
Last (The) shadows of departing da v. 
(F 14284, May 29, 1903.) 31589 

Maud. (F 14296, May 29, 1903.) 31590 



Meeting (The) place. 
1903.) 



(F 14280, May 29, 
31591 



Mount Hood. (F 14289, May 29, 1903. ) 

31592 

Off Capri. (F 14293, May 29, 1903. ) 

31593 

Oh my! (F 14281, May 29, 1903.) 31594 



Peaceful (A) scene. 
1903. ) 



(F 14294, May 29, 
31595 



Roses. (F 14288, May 29, 1903.) 31596 
Society (The) girl. (F 14292, May 29, 

1903.) 31597 

1 c. each Mav 29, 1903; 1 c. each 

June 10, 1903. 



Number of Engravings, cuts, and prints entered since Jan. 1, 1903 2,905 



CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copvright bv The Courier company, Buffalo, N. Y. Class G, 
XXc. no. 4860. June 10. 1903; 2 copies received June' 11, 1903." 



Courier (The) company, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 
Escape (The) of Eliza. (G 4860, June 
10, 1903.) 31598 

Whipping Uncle Tom. (G 4861, June 
10, 1903.) 31599 

2 c. each June 11, 1903. 

Fishel, Adler & Schwartz, 
New York, N. Y. 
Cherries. (G 4857, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 10, 1903.) 31600 

Haves lithographing co. , Buf- 
falo, n. y; 

Yacht (The) race. (G 4862, June 10, 
1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903.) 31601 

Libby, McNeill & Libby, 
Chicago, 111. 
In repose. (G 4859, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 10, 1903.) 31602 

Malcolm (Ormond Chis- 
holm), New York, N. Y. 
Bov riding tov horse. (G 4603, Apr. 29, \ 

1903.) 31603 

Little Miss Muffet and spider. (G 4601, 

Apr. 29, 1903.) 31604 



Malcolm (Ormond Chis- 

holm), New York, N.Y. 

Mary and lamb. ( G 4602, Apr. 29, 1903. ) 

31605 
2 c. each June 12, 1903. 

Providence lithograph corn- 
pan v, Providence, R. I. 
Birth ( The) of Christ. 23\ by 26*. (G 
4908, June 13, 1903.) 31606 

Curse ( The) of strong drink. 23}- bv 26*. 
(G 4904, June 13, 1903. ) 3160~7 

David and Absalom. 23 J bv 26£. (G 
4901, June 13, 1903.) 31608 

David brings up the ark. 23iby26J. (G 
4897, June 13, 1903.) 31609 

David's charge to Solomon. 23^ bv 26J. 
(G 4905, June 13, 1903.) 31610 

David's confession. 23i by 26*. (G4899, 
June 13, 1903.) 31611 

David's grief over Absalom. 23} bv 26 J. 
(G 4902, June 13, 1903.) 31612 

David's jov over forgiveness. 23J bv 26*. 
(G 4900; June 13, 1903. ) 31613 



448 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
David's trust' in God. 23£ by 26|. (G 
•4903, June 13, 1903.) 31614 

Dedication (The) of the temple. 23^ by 
26^ (G 4907, June 13, 1903. ) 31615 

God's covenant with David. 23^ x 26*. 
(G 4898, June 13, 1903.) 31616 

Solomon's wise choice. 23 j x 26*. (G 
4906, June 13, 1903.) " 31617 

2 c. each June 13, 1903. 

Redcliffe (F. J.) companv, 

New York. N. Y. 

Coquettishness. (G 4533, Apr. 21, 1903.) 

31618 
Daintiness. (G 4532, Apr. 21, 1903.) 

31619 
Imperiousness. (G 4535, Apr. 21, 1903.) 

31620 
Simplicity. (G 4534, Apr. 21, 1903. ) 

31621 
2 c. each Apr. 10, 1903. 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, 
New York. X. Y. 
Canoeing. (G 4858, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 10, 1903.) 31622 

Strobridge lithographing Co., 
Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Factorv. 24 sheet. N. Y. 10320. (G 
4363; Mar. 20, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. i 

31623 

False witness. I sheet. X.Y. no. 10358. 

(G 4464, Apr.6\ 1903; 2 c. Jimell, 1903.) 

31624 

Head black. 8 sheet. X.Y. no. 1042:5. 

( G 4698, May 14, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. ) 

31625 



Strobridge lithographing Co. , 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Insurance. 8-sheet. X. Y. no. 10323. 
(G 4475, Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903.) 31626 

Prisoners. * sheet. X. Y. no. 10357. 
(G 4463, Apr. 6. 1903; 2 c. June 11, 
1903.) 31627 

Roses. 16 sheet. X". Y. no. 10426. (G 
4794. May 29, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 

31628 

Two heads. 3-sheet. X. Y. no. 10339. 

(G4459, Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. May 9, 1903. ) 

31629 

White (Ruth). 26/34 sheet. X.Y. no. 

10427. ( G 4808, Mav 29, 1903 ; 2 c. June 

4,1903.) 31630 

United States lithograph 

companv, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

I am the boss casinoist of the camp. no. 

6962. (G 4865, June 12, 1903 ; 2 c. June 

12, 1903.) 31631 

It's a shame to do it. no. 6811. (G 4864, 
June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903.) 

31632 

This is good enough for my money, no. 
6838. (G 4866, June 12, 1903; 2*c. June 

12, 1903.) 31633 

Three portraits design and three scenes 
from circus, no. 681 7. (G 4916, June 

13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31634 

Walters (Jule), Chicago, 111. 
Side tracked "on the way." (G 4642, 
May 7. 1903; 2c. June 10," 1903.) 31635 



Number of Chromos and lithographs entered since Jan. 1, 1903 1,037 

class h, photographs 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in rail, would read. "Copyright DV Allan Berne Allen, New York, N. Y. Class If, 
XXc, no. 32-u;:3. June 9, 1903; 2 copies ree'd June 9. "1903." 



Allen (Allan Berne), New 
York, N. Y. 
U. S. S. Kearsarge, battleship. (H 32463, 
June 9, 11,03; 2 c. .June 9, 1903.) 31636 

American mutoscopeand bio- 
graphco., New York. N. Y. 
April (An) fool joke. I 1 1 32494, June 11, 
1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903.) 31637 

Arrival of the train, < Ihevenne. ( 1 1 32294, 
Mav 29, L903; 2 c. Mav 29, L903. I 

31638 



American mutoscopeand bio- 
graph co., New York, X. Y. 
Artist's | The ) studio. ( II 32295, Mav 29, 
L903; 2 c. Mav 29, 1903.) 3*1639 

As in a looking glass. ( II 32297, Mav 29, 
L903; 2 c. Mav 29, 1903. | 31640 

( !harge of the Light Brigade. ( 1 1 32499, 
June 11, 1903; 2 c. June LI, L903. 

31641 
Disappointed (The) old maid. I II 32632, 
June L3, L903; 2 c. June 13, L903. | 

31642 



52 



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PHOTOGRAPHS 



440 



American mutoscope and bio- 
graph co., New York, X. Y. 
Doctor's (The) favorite patient. (H 
32560, June 12, L903; 2 c. June L2, L903. ) 

31643 

Fastest wrecking crew in the world. (H 
32498, June 1 1, 1903: 2 c. June 11, 1903. ) 

31644 

Fire department. Fall River. Mass. (H 
32501, June 11, 1903; 2 e. June 11, 1903. ) 

31645 

Giddv (The ) dancing master. (H 32503, 
June 11, 1903; 2 e. June 11, 1903.) 

31646 

Gold (The) dust twins. (H 32367, May 
23. 1903; 2 e. May 23, 1903.) 31647 

Hicks (Jimmie) in automobile. (H 
32500, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. ) 

31648 

How they fired the bum, Nit. ( H 32627, 
June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 

31649 

Innocent (An) conspirator. (H 32298, 
Mav 29, 1903; 2 c. Mav 29, 1903.) 

31650 

Innocent (An) victim. (H 32557, June 
12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. ) 31651 

Living pictures. ( H 32628, June 13, 1903 ; 
2 c. June 13, 1903. ) 31652 

Lower Broadway. (H 32629, June 13, 
1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31653 

Market street before parade. ( H 32390, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903.) 31654 

Midnight ( A) phantasv. ( H 32493, June 

11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903.) 31655 

Minister's (The) wooing. (H 32562, 
June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. ) 

31656 
Mischievous monkev. (H 32556, June 

12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. ) 31657 

Necromancer (The). (H 32561, June 12, 
1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. ) 31658 

Old gentleman Sprinkles. (H 32631, 
June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 

31659 

Over route of Roosevelt parade in an 
automobile. (H 32391, June 4, 1903; 
2 c. June 4, 1903.) 31660 

Panorama. Union square, San Francisco. 
(H 32394, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4. 
1903.) 31661 

President reviewing school children. (H 
32393, June 4. 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903.) 

31662 

President's (The) carriage. (H 32392, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903.) 31663 



American mutoscope and bio- 
graph co., New York, N. Y. 
Professor (The) of the drama. ( II 32502, 
Junell,1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903.) 31664 

Rock drill at work in subway, i 1 1 32485, 

June 10, 1903: 2 c. June 10', 1903. ) 31665 



Sack race. 
June 11, 

Sandow. 
June 11, 

Shoo fly. 
June' 12, 



(H3249< 
1903. ) 



June 11. 



1903; 2 c. 
31666 



(H 32496, June 11, 1903; 



1903. ) 



31667 



(H 32564, June 12, 1903; 



1903. ) 



31668 



Shooting the chutes at Lmia park. (H 
32296rMav 29, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. ) 

31669 

Smallest train in the world. (H 32559, 
June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. ) 31670 

Stealing a dinner. (H 32633, June 13, 
1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31671 

Steeplechase, Coney Island. (H 32630, 
June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. ) 31672 

( H 32558, June 
1903.) 31673 



Symphony in "A" flat. 
12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 



Wake (A) in " hell's " kitchen. ( H 32563, 
June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903.) 

31674 

18th Pennsylvania volunteers. ( H 32495, 



June 11, 1903; 2 c. 



June 11, 1903.) 

31675 

Bennett (H. H.), Kilbourn 

City, Wis. 

Dells of the Wisconsin; At the foot of 

High rock. (H 32374, June 4, 1903. ) 

31676 
— At the mouth of Cold water canon. 

31677 



(H 32377, June 4, 1903.) 

— Lower jaws. 6i x 9 in. 
June 4, 1903. ) 

— Inkstand and sugar bowl. 
June 4, 1903.) 

U x 6* in. 



Lower jaws 

June 4, 1903. ) 

Steamboat rock. 

32379, June 4, 1903. 



4* x 6^ 



6* x 9 



(H 32376, 
31678 

(H 32381, 
31679 

(H 32382, 
31680 

in. (H 
31681 

in. (H 
31682 



Steamboat rock. 

32375, June 4, 1903. ) 

Sugar bowl. (H 32380, June 4. 

1903.) 31683 

Idle hours on Mirror lake, Wisconsin. 
(H 32378, June 4, 1903; 2 c. each June 
11, 1903.) 31684 

Burton (James), New York, 
X. Y. 

Columbia, no. 14. (H 32671, June 13, 



1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 



31685 



53 



450 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Burton (James), New York, 
N. Y. 
Columbia, no. 15. (H 32672, June 13, 
1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31686 

no. 16. (H 32673, June 13, 1903; 2 

c. June 13, 1903.) 31687 

no. 17. (H 32674, June 13, 1903; 2 

c. June 13, 1903.) 31688 

Constitution, no. 34. (H 32668, June 
13, 1903; 2 e. June 13, 1903.) 31689 

no. 35. (H 32669, June 13, 1903; 2 

c. June 13, 1903. ) 31690 

no. 36. (H 32670, June 13, 1903; 2 

c. June 13, 1903. ) 31691 

Reliance, no. 17. (H 32444, May 28, 
1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903.) 31692 

no. 18. (H 32445, May 28, 1903; 2 

c. May 28, 1903.) 31693 

no. 19. (H 32446, May 28, 1903; 

2 c. May 28, 1903.) 31694 

no. 20. (H 32662, June 13, 1903; | 

2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31695 

no. 21. (H 32663, June 13, 1903; | 

2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31696 

no. 22. (H 32664, June 13, 1903; 

2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31697 

no. 23. (H 32665, June 13, 1903; 

2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31698 

-no. 24. (H 32666, June 13, 1903; 



2 c. June 13, 1903. ) 



31699 



no. 25. (H 32667, June 13, 1903 

2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31700 

Reliance and Constitution, no. 1. (H 
32675, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903.) 31701 

no. 2. (H 32676, June 13, 1903; 

2 c. June 13, 1903.) 31702 

Reliance, Constitution, and Columbia. 
no. 1. (II 32677, June 13, 1903; 2 c. 
June 13, 1903.) 31703 

Reliance in dry dock. no. 1. ( H 32439, 
May 28, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903.) 31704 



no. 



May 28, 1903. ) 



(H 32440, May 28, 1903; 



31705 



no. 3. ( H 32441, Mav 28, 1903; 2 c. 

May 28, 1903.) 31706 

no. 4. ( H 32442, Mav 28, 1903; 2 c. 

May 28, 1903.) 31707 

S. Y. Nahma. (H 32443, Mav 28, 1903; 
2 c. May 28, 1903.) 31708 

Campbell (Alfred S. ) artco., 
Elizabeth, X. J. 
Old (The) jokers. 2239. ( H 31646, May 
9, 1903; 2 c. Mav 9, 1903.) 31709 



Commercial panoramic photo, 
co. inc. , Hartford, Conn. 
Connecticut state capitol and park. ( H 
32552, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 
1903.) 31710 

Commins (John Edward), 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Eads bridge at St. Louis, Mo. (H 32593, 
June 12; 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903.) 

31711 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 
Mass. 
Fight (The) at Concord bridge. 18 x 22 
negative. (H 32678, June 13, 1903; 2 
c. June 13, 1903.) 31712 

Indian (An) battle. 11 x 14. (H 32492, 
June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. ) 

31713 

Indian (An) dance. 11 x 14. (H 32490, 
June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. ) 31714 

Indian (An) runner. 11x14. (H 32491, 
June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. ) 31715 

Picture writing. 11 x 14. ( H 32489, June 

10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903.) 31716 

Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Alcazar and annex, St. Augustine, Fla. 
no. 10714. (H 32661, June 13, 1903; 2 
c. June 13, 1903.) 31717 

Edison (Thomas A.), West 
Orange, N. J. 
Eating macaroni in the streets of Naples. 
(H 32452, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 
1903.) 31718 

Egyptian boys in swimming race. (H 
32486, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. ) 

31719 

Egyptian fakir with dancing monkev. 
(H 32453, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 
1903.) 31720 

Feeding pigeons in front of St. Mark's 
cathedral, Venice, Italy. (H 32451, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 31721 

Fording the river Nile on donkevs. (H 
32506, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. ) 

31722 

Jewish (A ) dance at Jerusalem. (H 32487, 
June 10, 1903; 2c. June 10, 1903. ) 31723 

Panorama of Tivoli, Italy, showing Seven 
Falls. (II 32507, June 11, 1903; 2 c. 
June 11, 1903.) 31724 

Passengers embarking from S. S. Augusta 
Victoria, at Bevrouth. ( H 32509, June 

11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903.) 31725 

Tourists landing at island of Capri, Italy. 
(H 32508, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 
1903.) 31726 



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PHOTOUKAl'II- 



451 



Edison (Thomas A.), West 
Orange, N. J. 
Washing clothes at Sicily. (H 32553, 
June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903.) 

31727 
89th regiment, N. G. X. Y. (H 32488, 
June 10, UH)3; 2 c. June 10, 1903.) 

31728 

Fawcett (Waldon), Wash- 
ton, D. C. 

President's (The) church, bishop chairs. 
(H 32567, June 12, 1903.) 31729 

— interior, no. 1. (H 32565, June 



12, 1903. ) 

— interior. 
12. 1903. ) 



31730 

(H 32566, June 
31731 



pastor. (H 32568, June 12, 1903. ) 

31732 

White House stables, Archie Roosevelt's 
pony. (H 32572, June 12, 1903.) 31733 

brougham. (H 32575, June 12, 

1903.) 31734 



(H 32579, June 12, 
31735 



coachman 

1903. ) 

harness room. ( H 32576, June 12, 

1903. i 31736 

interior. (H 32581, June 12, 1903. ) 

31737 

landau. (H 32573, June 12, 1903.) 

31738 

Mrs. Roosevelt's mare. (H 32570, 

June 12, 1903.) 31739 

Ovster Bav wagon. (H 32580, June 

12,1903.) 31740 



— polo pony 
1903. ) 



(H 32571, June 12, 
31741 



— ponv Algonquin. 
12, 1903.) 



(H 32569, June 
31742 



ponv Diamond. ( H 325/8, June 12, 

1903.)" 31743 

President's hunter. ( H 32582, June 

12, 1903.) 31744 

stablemen. (H 32577, June 12, 

1903.) 31745 

surrev. (H 32574, June 12, 1903.) 

31746 
2 c. each June 12, 1903. 

Gross (J. Ellsworth), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Idyl. (H 32473, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 10, 1903.) 31747 

Harvey (George W.), Annis- 
quam, Mass. 
Where the sea begins. (H 32474, June 
10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903.) 31748 



Humphries I Meta), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Tables (The) turned. ( II 32415, June 6, 
1903; 2 c June 19, 1903.) 31749 

Humphries ( W. R. ), Bisbee, 
Ariz. 
Bisbee, Ariz. 1903. (H 32149, May 11, 
1903; 2 c. May 11, 1903.) 31750 

Kinsman (H. Elmer), Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. 
Panoramic photograph of Williams col- 
lege. (H 32283, May 29, 1903; 1 c. 
June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 12, 1903.) 31751 

Kiser brothers, Warrendale, 
Oreg. 
Pierce Falls. (H 32466, June 9, 1903. ) 

31752 



Sunrise, from top of Table Mt. 
June 9, 1903. ) 

Table Mt. from ridge 
9, 1903. ) 



(H 32464, 
31753 



(H 32465, June 
31754 



z c. 



each June 9, 1903. 



New 



Langill (C, C), 
York, N. Y. 
Merchants' national bank. (H 32457, 
June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903.) 31755 

Libbey (Miles A.), West 
Xewton, Mass. 
Eire at soldiers field, Cambridge, Mass., 
May 23, 1903. (A) (H 32471, June 
10, '1903.) 31756 

(B) (H 32472, June 10, 1903.) 

31757 
2 c. each June 10, 1903. 

Loeffler (A.), Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 
Alabama, U. S. X. no. 738. (H 32410, 
June 5, 1903.) 31758 

Chamber of commerce, X. Y. no. 733. 
(H 32409, June 5, 1903.) 31759 

Erin. no. 739. ( H 32411, June 5, 1903. ) 

31760 

Reliance, no. Ill B. (H 32412, June 
5, 1903.) 31761 

2 c. each June 5, 1903. 

Marr (Thomas E. ), Boston, 
Mass. 
Fenwav Court Piazza, San Marco, no. 
5046.* (H 32687, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 31762 

Marvin (L. ), Milwaukee, 
Wis. 
Juneau Park and Milwaukee Bay, look- 
ing northward over bluffs, cape and 
bay, from the "Elk fountain," in the 
city of Milwaukee, Wis., U. S. A. 
(view of). (H 31633, May 9, 1903; 2 
c. May 9, 1903.) 31763 



55 



452 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Parker (Geo. W.), Minne- 
apolis', Minn. 
Afternoon, no. 5. (H 32639, June 13, 
1903.) 31764 

no. 18. (H 32652, June 13, 1903.) 

31765 

American beautv. no. 11. (H 32645, 
June 13, 1903.) 31766 

At the opera, no. 4. ( H 32638, June 13. 
1903.) 31767 

no. 19. (H 32653, June 13, 1903.) 

31768 

Blue-eved Susan, no. 10. (H 32644, 

June 13, 1903. ) 31769 

Debutante (The), no. 7. (H 32641, 
June 13, 1903.) 31770 

Easter lily. no. 13. (H 32647, June 13, 
1903.) * 31771 

Evening, no. 3. (H 32637, June 13, 1903.) 

31772 

Fleur de lis. no. 9. (H 32643. June. 

13, 1903.) 31773 

Good morning, no. 6. (H 32640, June 
13,1903.) 31774 

no. 20. (H 32654, June 13, 1903.) 

31775 

Lily. no. 14. (H 32648, June 13, 1903. ) 

31776 

Perfection, no. 1. (H 32635, June 13, 
1903.) 31777 

Poppv. no. 12. (H 32646, June 13, 
1903.) 31778 

Sunbonnet (A) Miss. no. 8. (H 32642, 
June 13, 1903.) 31779 

no. 17. (H 32651, June 13, 1903.) 

31780 

Type (A), no. 2. (H 32636, June 13, 
1903.) 31781 

2 c. each June 13, 1903. 

Pomeroy (Chas. T. ), Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Union depot, Kansas City, M<>., looking 
north. A. (H 32504, June 11, 1903.) 

31782 

Union depot, Kansas City, Mo., looking 

south. B. (H 32505, June 11, 1903.) 

31783 
2 c. each June 11, 1903. 

Purdy (James Edward), 
Boston, .Mass. 
Adams (Herbert). no2. (H 32590, June 
12, 1903. | 31784 

no. 3. (Id 32591, June 12, 1903.) 

31785 

Ford (Simeon), no. 1. (H 32585. June 
12, 1903.) 31786 



Pu r d y ( J am es Ed ward ) . 
Boston, Mass. 



Ford (Simeon). 
12, 1903. ) 



(H 32586, June 
31787 



no. 3. 



(H 32587, June 12, 1903.) 

31788 

Fox (A. G.) no. 2. (H 32588, June 12, 
1903.) 31789 

no. 3. (H 32589, June 12. 1903.) 

31790 



French (D. C.) no. 1. 
12, 1903.) 



(H 32592, June 
31791 



2 c. each June 12, 1903. 

Richards (Frank I.), Roch- 
ester, N. H. 
Cold spring in Cocheco. no. 2. (H 
32548, June 11, 1903.) 31792 

Down Cocheco, Intervale bridge in dis- 
tance. (H 32551, June 11, 1903.) 

31793 

Old bridge on Intervale. ( H 32549, 
June 11, 1903.) 31794 

Up Cocheco from Intervale bridge. (H 
32550, June 11, 1903.) 31795 

2 c. each June 11, 1903. 

Stebbins (X. L.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Boston museum, no. 14377. (H 32407, 
June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903.) 

31796 

Taber-Prang art company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Cupid and the rose. (H 22104, Sept. 29, 
1902; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 31797 

, Cupid's chariot. (H 22109, Sept. 29, 
1902; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 31798 

Drifting. (H 22532, Oct. 13, 1902; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 31799 

Falling stars. (H 22110, Sept. 29, 1902; 
2 c. June 15, 1903.) 31800 

Fisherman's (A) luck. (H 22530, Oct, 
13, 1902; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 31801 

: Inquest (The). (H 22103, Sept, 29, 
1902; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 31802 

Marguirette. (H 22106, Sept. 29, 1902; 
2 c. June 15, 1903.) 31803 

Moonlight. ( II 22528, Oct. 13, 1902: 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 31804 

Peace (A) pipe. | II 22531 . ( tat. 13. 1902; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 31805 

Pool (The) of love. (H 221 OS. Sept. 29, 
1902; 1 c. May 22. 1903; 1 c. June 15, 
1903.) 31806 



o(j 



V. 37, No. 26 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



453 



Taber-Prang art company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Sea The) goddess. (II 22105, Sept. 29, 
1902; 1 c. Mav 22, 1903; 1 c. June 15, 
1903.) 31807 

Starlight. (H 22529, Oct. 13, 1902; 2 e. 
June 13, 1903.) 31808 

Sunrise. (II 2252(5. Oct. 13, 1902; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 31809 

Sunset. (H 22527, Oct. 13, 1902; 2 c. 



31810 

Sept. 29, 1902; 2 c. 
31811 



June 15, 1903.) 

Thelma. 1 11 2210; 
June 15, 1903.) 

Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
Abbotsford, home of Scotland's famous 
son. Sir Walter Scott. (H 32528, June 
11, 1903.) 31812 

Ambleside, in the beautiful valley of the 
Rothay, lake district, England. (H 
32540. 'June 11, 1903.) 31813 

Away from the cares of state, President 
Roosevelt readv to enter Yellowstone 
park. (H 32554, June 11, 1903.) 31814 

Beautiful Rvdal mount, Wordsworth's 
home (1817-1850) until his death, lake 
district. England. (H 32541, June 11, 
1903.) 31815 

Body guard of H. H. the Maharaja of 
Mysore, passing the ampitheater, Dur- 
bar. Delhi, India. (H 31830, June 11, 
1903.) 31816 

Buffalo, American bison in the Yellow- 
stone national park. Mt. Evarts beyond, 
U. S. A. no. 1. (H 31850, June 11, 
1903.) 31817 

no. 2. (H 31851, June 11, 1903.) 

31818 

Cabana, the largest fortress in Cuba. 
S. E. to "Maine" wreck, center dis- 
tance. Havana. (H 32547, June 11, 
1903.) 31819 

no. 1. (H 32546, June 11, 1903. ) 

31820 

Camel carriage in the great Durbar pro- 
cession. X. E. from Jumma mosque, 
Delhi. India. ( H 31828, June 11, 1903. ) 

31821 

Cattle (The), ancient seat of Scottish 
kings, on precipitous Castle Rock, 
Edinburgh, Scotland. (H 32545, June 
11,1903.) 31822 

Castle Craig and the beautiful Borrow- 
dale valley, lake district, England. 
( H 3253V), June 11, 1903. ) 31823 

Cathedral (The) Havana W., from which 
Columbus" remains were removed to 
Spain. 1898. Havana, Cuba. (H 3251(3, 
June 11, 1903.) 31824 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, X. Y. 
Cavalry on the route from Mori gate to 
the great Durbar camp. Delhi, India. 
qo. 1. i 11 31810, June 11, 1903.) 

31825 

no. 2. (H 31811, June 11, 1903. ) 

31826 

Chandni Chouk, the principal street, east 

past clock tower, Delhi, India, no. 1. 

(H 31800. June 11, 1903.) 31827 

no. 2. (H 31801, June 11, 1903. ) 

31828 
Charmingly Oriental, Durbar grounds of 
a native* prince, on the Delhi plain, 
India. ( H 31834, June 11, 1903. ) 

31829 
Cheering President Roosevelt as he leaves 
the stand for his train, Russell, Kan- 
sas. (H 31869, June 11. 1903.) 31830 

Chief (The) of the world's greatest repub- 
lic. President Roosevelt at Waukesha, 
Wis. (H 31884, June 11, 1903. ) 31831 

Church (The) with "roof upheld with 
naked' rafters," celebrated in Words- 
worth's poems, Orasmere, Eng. (H 
32535, June 11, 1903.) 31832 

Citizens of Manhattan and students of 
the Agricultural College welcoming 
President Roosevelt, Kansas, no. 1. 
(H 31848, June 11, 1903.) 31833 

no. 2. (H 31849, June 11 , 1903. ) 

31834 

Citizens of the great AYest honoring the 
nation's chief, President Roosevelt at 
Keokuk, Iowa. (H 31853, June 11, 
1903.) 31835 

Cleaned by America occupation, O'Reilly 
an important shopping street, W.. Ha- 
vana, Cuba. (H 32513, June 11, 1903.) 

31836 

Colony of Russian-Germans greeting 
President Roosevelt. Yictoria, Kansas. 
(H 31854, June 11, 1903.) 31837 

Cowboys following the train and cheer- 
ing President Roosevelt, Hugo, Colo- 
rado, no. 1. ( H 31844, June 11 , 1903. ) 

31838 

no. 2. (H 31845, June 11. 1903. ) 

31839 

Cradle (The) of liberty, interior Faneuil 
Hall, Boston, scene of epoch-making 
meetings of two centuries. (H 31824, 
June 11, 1903.) 31840 

Crowds (The) eagerly listening to Presi- 
dent Roosevelt, at Hastings, Nebr. 
(H 31860, June 11, 1903. ) 31841 

"Do work, don't dodge it," President 
Roosevelt at Winona, Minn. (H 31863, 
June 11, 1903.) 31842 



04 



454 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Underwood & Underwood, 
Xew York, N. Y. 
"Dove cottage," for years the home of 
Wordsworth, in poetic Grasmere, Eng- 
land. ( H 32534, June 11, 1903. ) 

31843 

Dungeon Gill, waterfall (70 ft.) and cu- 
rious natural bridge above it, Lang- 
dale. England. (H 32542, June 11, 
1903.) 31844 

East over old city wall, up Lamparilla 
street, custom house, with tower, 
Havana, Cuba. (H 32524, June 11, 
1903.) 31845 

Edinburgh, from Colton Hill, S. W. to 
the castle, over old burial ground, Scot- 
land. (H 32544, June 11, 1903.) 31846 

Enthusiastic welcome to President Roose- 
velt, at Havs, Kansas. (H 31879, June 
11, 1903.) * 31847 

Fabulous (The) wealth of India, native 
princes in the grand state entrv, Dur- 
bar, Delhi, no. 1. ( H 31797, June 11, 
1903.) 31848 

no. 2. (H 31798, June 11, 1903.) 

31849 

no. 3. (H 31799, June 11, 1903. ) 

31850 

Famously picturesque costumes of the 
"fish-wives," of Xewhaveu, near Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. (H 32537, June 11, 
1903.) 31851 

" Fish out of water," drying cod from 
Grand Banks on racks at a Cape Ann 
wharf, Gloucester. Mass. no. 1. (H 
31816, June 11, 1903.) 31852 

no. 2. (H 31817, June 11, 1903.) 

31853 

Fort Yellowstone cavalry, the Q. S. sol- 
diers who guard the great National 
Park. (II 31891, June 11, 1903.) 

31854 

From Cabana fortress S. S. \V. over Pal- 
ace square and center of city, Havana, 
Cuba. ( H 32526, June 11, 1903. ) 

31855 

From Calton Hill, S. S. \V. showing uni- 
versitv, left and Tron church, centre, 
Edinburgh, Scotland. (H 32536, June 
11, I'M).',. ) 31856 

From Morro castle S. E. over "Twelve 
apostles," battery, Cabana fortress and 
harbor, Havana. Cuba. (H 32515. 
June 11, 1903.) 31857 

From the viceroy's house, over the great 
Durbar encampment, on the Delhi 
plain, India, no. 1. (H 31808, June 
11, 1903.) 31858 



Underwood & Underwood, 

Xew York, N. Y. 

From the viceroy's house, over the great 

Durbar encampment, on the Delhi 

plain, India, no. 2. (H 31809, June 

11, 1903.) 31859 

From within Morro castle S. over harbor 

entrance to city, Havana, Cuba. (H 

32510, June 11, "1903.) 31860 

"Good (The) citizen back of the law 
counts most," President Roosevelt at 
New Castle, Wyo. (H 31875, June 11, 
1903.) 31861 

I Grand Durbar review on the great Delhi 
plain, a field of manv battles, India, 
no. 1. (H 31804, June 11, 1903.) 

31862 

i no. 2. (H 31806, June 11, 1903.) 

31863 

| Grand review of the great Durbar, pass- 
ing the ampitheatre, Delhi, India. (H 
31829, June 11, 1903.) 31864 

1 Great crowds at Kansas City, Kans., 
welcoming President Roosevelt. (H 
31885, June 11, 1903.) 31865 

I Havana and its harbor, from near Cabana 
fortress, south, Cuba. (H 32511, June 
11, 1903.) 31866 

Heriot's hospital (XVII cent.) for care 
and education of fatherless bovs, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. (H 32543, June 11, 
1903.) 31867 

' House Holme Islet, and Birk Fell, 1670 
ft. X. E. over Ul Is water, lake district, 
England. (H 32531, June 11, 1903. ) 

31868 

Indian troops at the great Durbar, N. W. 

from Mori gate, Delhi, India, no. 1. 

(H 31795, June 11, 1903.) 31869 

no. 2. (H 31796, June 11, 1903.) 

31870 

Law library, Howard Univ., Cambridge, 
Mass. Green where soldiers gathered 
for march to Bunker Hill. (H 31821, 
June 11, 1903.) 31871 

"Maine" wreck, Havana harbor, W. to 
custom house, with tower on right, 
Cuba. (H 32512, June 11, 1903.) 

31872 

Making "pure Havanas," the world's 
most famous cigars, largest factory of 
Havana, Cuba. (H 32518, June 11, 
1903.) 31873 

Marvels of richness and grandeur, the 
great Durbar procession, Delhi, India. 
(H 31837, June 11, 1903. ) 31874 

Military cattle in the great Durbar review, 
Delhi, India. ( II 31831, June 11, 1903. ) 

31875 



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PHOTOGRAPHS 



455 



Underwood A: Qnderwood, 

New York, X. Y. 
Military officers in the greal Durbar pro- 
cession, Delhi, India. (II 31833, Jane 
11. L903.) 31876 

Moat once defending Morro castle 3 S. E. 

over Cabana fortress to harbor, Ha- 
vana. Cuba. (H 32521, June 11, 1903. ) 

31877 

Mono castle N. from La Punta, across 
entrance to splendid harbor of Havana, 
Cuba. (H 32514, June 11, 1903.) 

31878 

Nation's (The) chief, addressing its citi- 
zens. President Roosevelt at Hannibal. 
Mo. (H 31866, June 11, 1903.) 31879 

New Mexico's appeal for statehood, greet- 
ing President Roosevelt at Albuquer- 
que. (H 31892, June 11, 1903.) 31880 

Northeast over the Durbar camp of H. H. 
the Maharaja of Patiala, on the Delhi 
plain, India. (H 31836, June 11, 1903. ) 

31881 

Northern gateway to Yellowstone Park, 
scene at corner-stone laying, .by Presi- 
dent Roosevelt, Gardiner. ( H 31865, 
June 11, 1903.) 31882 

Old but wide awake, Quincy market and 
Chatham St., E. from Faneuil Hall, 
Boston, Mass. (H 31823, June 11, 
1903.) 31883 

Over Amecameca N. E. to Ixtaccihuatl 
(woman in white) from Sacre Monte, 
Mexico. ( H 31812, June 11 , 1903. ) 

31884 

Over Morro castle, built XVI cent, and 
light-house S., to the citv, Havana, 
Cuba. ( H 32517, June 11, 1903. ) 

31885 

Palms of Cuba, the "pearl of the An- 
tilles," botanical gardens, Havana. (H 
32525, June 11, 1903.) 31886 

Paradise of the sea-gulls, San Francisco 
bav, Calif., U. S. A. (H 31815, June 
11,1903.) 31887 

Paradise of the sea-gulls, San Francisco 
bay, Calif., U. S. A. (H 31814, June 
11,1903.) 31888 

"Pot luck" with the "boys," President 
Roosevelt's cowbov breakfast at Hugo, 
Colorado, no. 1. (H 31838, June 11, 
1903.) 31889 

no. 2. (H 31839, June 11, 1903.) 

31890 
Prado (The), the boulevard of Havana, 

S. S. W. from La Punta fortress, Cuba. 

(H 32523, June 11, 1903.) 31891 

Prince Albert memorial, S. AY. over St. 
George's church, Charlotte Sq., Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. (H 32532, June 11, 
1903.) 31892 



Underwood & Underwood, 

New York. X. Y. 

Princes street. St. John's church X. E. to 

Scott's monument and Colton Hill, 

Edinburgh, Scotland. (H 32527, June 

11, 1903.) 31893 

Public (The) gardens, statue of Wash- 
ington and fountain "Venus rising 
from the sea," Boston, Mass. (H 
31826, June 11, 1903. 31894 

' Resting place of Longfellow, the best- 
loved poet of America, Mt. Auburn, 
Cambridge, Mass. ^H 31822. June 11, 
1903.) 31895 

Retinues of native princes passing in re- 
view before the amphitheatre, Durbar, 
Delhi, India, no. 1. (H 31802, June 
11,1903.) 31896 

no. 2. (H 31803. June 11, 1903. ) 

31897 
; Roosevelt (President) and Major Pitcher 
before Liberty Cap, a long extinct gey- 
ser, Yellowstone Park. no. 1. ( H 
31842, June 11. 1903.) 31898 

And Major Pitcher before Liberty 

Cap, a long extinct gevser. Yellowstone 
Park. no. 2. (H "31843, June 11, 
1903.) 31899 

i And the noted naturalist. John Bur- 
roughs at Fort Yellowstone, Yellow- 
stone Park. ( H 31855, June 11, 1903. ) 

31900 

At Fort Yellowstone, ready for his 

trip through Yellowstone Park. (H 
31877, June 11, 1903.) 31901 

Entering America's wonderland, at 

Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone 
Park. no. 1. (H 31846, June 11, 
1903.) 31902 

Entering America's wonderland, at 

Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone 
Park. no. 2. (H 31847, June 11, 
1903.) 31903 

| Governor Brodie, and party, at the 

Grand Can von, Arizona, no. 1. (H 

31840, June'll, 1903.) 31904 

j Governor Brodie, and party, at the 

Grand Canvon, Arizona, no. 2. (H 

31841, June'll, 1903.) 31905 

| in historic Santa Fe, the oldest citv 

in the U. S., New Mexico. (H 31889, 
June 11, 1903.) 31906 

; in the Mississippi valley, enthusi- 
astic greeting at Osceola, la/ (H 31886, 
June 11, 1903.) 31907 

; laying the corner-stone of the Yel- 
lowstone National Park gateway, Gar- 



diner. (H 31870, June 11, 1903.) 






31908 



59 



156 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 

Roosevelt (President) leaving the home 

of Governor Otero, cheered by school 

children, Santa Fe, N. Mex. (H 31888, 

June 11, 1903.) 31909 

mounted for a ride in the Grand 

Canyon, Arizona. (H 31864, June 11, 
1903.) 31910 

signing bills, White House, Wash- 
ington, D. C. no. 1. (H 32555, June 
11,1903.) 31911 

signing bills, White House, Wash- 
ington, D. C. no. 2. (H 31793, June 
11,1903.) 31912 

signing bills, White House, Wash- 
ington, D. C. no. 3. (H 31794, June 
11, 1903.) 31913 

speaking at Abilene, Kansas. (H 

31871, June 11, 1903.) 31914 

speaking at Grand Island, Nebr. ( H 

31874, June 11, 1903.) 31915 

speaking from a stand in the capitol 

grounds, Lincoln, Xebr. (H 31851, 
June 11, 1903.) 31916 

speaking from his train at Crawford, 

Nebraska. ( II 31852, Jude 11, 1903.) 

31917 

— speaking from the stand, beautifully 
decorated in his honor, New Castle, 
Wyo. (H 31859, June 11, 1903.) 31918 

speaking in market square. La Crosse, 

Wis. (H 31876, June 11, 1903.) 31919 

speaking to the great crowds in front 

of the capitol, Denver, Colo. (H 31868, 
June 11, 1903.) 31920 

Roosevelt's (President) journey through 
the west, a brief stop at Louisiana, Mo. 
(H 31858, June 11, 1903.) 31921 

special train, at Cinnabar, Montana. 

(H 31862, June 11, 1903.) 31922 

splendid reception at Abilene, Kan- 
sas, returning to his train. (H 31881, 
June 11, 1903.) 31923 

visit to Salina, Kans., looking from 

the stand over the crowd. (H 31887, 
June 11, 1903.) 31924 

Rough riding, by the Black Hill pioneers, 
cheering President Roosevelt, E<lge- 
mont, S. D. (H 31867, June 11, 1903.) 

31925 

St. Giles', Edinburgh's oldest parish- 
church, and High street, N. E. to Tron 
church, Scotland. (H 32530, June 11, 
1903.) 31926 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
Saluting the new-born star, Cuba, fire- 
works, May 20, 1902, from Morro Cas- 
tle, S. Havana. (H 32522, June 11, 
1903.) 31927 

Scott's (Sir Walter) library, portrait of 
Lieut. Scott, son of the poet, Abbots- 
ford, Scotland. (H 32529, June 11, 
1903.) 31928 

Sea (A) of faces, President Roosevelt's 
splendid welcome to Lincoln, Nebr. 
(H 31872, June 11, 1903.) 31929 

Soldier-lined (The) route of Durbar pro- 
cession, encircling the great Jumna 
Musjid, Delhi, India, (H 31832, June 
11, 1903. 31930 

Soldiers' monument, Cambridge, Mass. ; 
under elm, beyond cannon, Washing- 
ton took command of the arm v. (H 
31818, June 11, 1903.) " 31931 

Splendid (The) engine drawing President 
Roosevelt's special train, Fairmont, 
Nebraska. (H 31856, June 11, 1903. ) 

31932 

Stage coaches coming into Gardiner for 
corner-stone laying of Yellowstone 
Park gatewav, Montana. (H 31883, 
June 11, 1903.') 31933 

State elephants of H. H. the Maharaja 
of Gwalior, superbly decorated, Durbar, 
Delhi, India, no. 1. (H "31805, June 
11,1903.) 31934 

no. 2. (H 31807, June 11, 1903. ) 

31935 

Stately old Craigie House, Cambridge, 
Mass. Washington's headquarters, 
later home of Longfellow. (H 31827, 
June 11, 1903.) 31936 

Tenth U. S, cavalry greeting their chief, 
attending President Roosevelt's train 
at Crawford, Nebr. ( H 31873, June 11, 
1903.) 31937 

"Three tower" railroad bridge, at Bos- 
ton, Mass., two sections open, one (los- 
ing. (H 31819. June 11, 1903.) 31938 

Unique features of the great Durbar pa- 
rade, Delhi, India. (H 31835, June 
11,1903.) 31939 

Unloading vessels at the busy docks of 
Havana, chief port of Cuba. | 11 32520, 
June 11, 1903.) 31940 

Yale of St. John, scene of Scott's " Bridal 
of Triermain " N. from Castle Rock, 
lake district, England. ( 1 1 32533, June 
11,1903.) 31941 

Vast crowds before the capitol listening 
to President Roosevelt, Denver, Colo. 
(H 31890, June 11, 1903.) 31942 



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PHOTOGRAPHS 



457 



CJnderwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 

"Veritable (A) wonderland," President 

Roosevelt speaking of Yellowstone 

Park. Gardiner, Montana. (II 31878, 

June 11, 1903.) 31943 

11 Water's (The) leap," a fountain at end 
of aqueduct bringing water from Chap- 
ultepec, Mexico City, Mexico. (H 

31813, June 11, 1903.) 31944 

"We need training in body and mind," 
President Roosevelt at N. W. Univ., 
Evanston, 111. (H 31882, June 11, 
1903.) 31945 

What "Captains courageous" bring 
home; cleaning codfish on a Cape Ann 
wharf, Gloucester, Mass. (H 31820, 
June 11, 1903.) 31946 

Wild deer in the Yellowstone National 
Park, during the winter. U.S.A. (H 
31880, June 11, 1903. ) 31947 

"Witch house, home of judge in witch- 
craft cases (1692); also of Roger Wil- 
liams, Salem, Mass. (H 31825, June 
11,1903.) 31948 

Wordsworth's lodgings, in Hawkshead, 
the village of " irregularities, twists and 
angles," England. (H 32538, June 11, 
1903.) 31949 

Wrecked (The) " Maine, " Havana, Cuba, 
decorated May 30, 1902, bv order of 
President Palma. (H 32519, June 11, 
1903.) 31950 

Wyoming's greeting to the nation's chief, 
President Roosevelt at New Castle. 
(H 31861, June 11, 1903.) 31951 

2 c. each June 12, 1903. 

United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Card same argument, no. 15. (H 32615, 
June 13, 1903. ) 31952 



Chief and papoose, no. 3. 
June 13, 1903. ) 

Cowbov, full figure, no. 16. 
June* 13, 1903.) 

Four Mexican lariat thrower: 
(H 32614, June 13, 1903.) 

Group of Cossacks, no. 9. 
June 13, 1903. ) 



United states lithograph com- 
pany, ( lincinnati, ( >hio. 
( rroup of cowboys, Mexicans, and Indians, 
no. 19. (H 32619, June 13, 1903. ) 

31958 
Group of cowboys, with bov in center. 
no. 21. (H 32597, June 13, 1903.) 

31959 

Group of Filipino scouts, no. 11. (H 
32611, June 13, 1903.) 31960 



Group of Indians. 
June 13, 1903. ) 



no. 12. 



(H 32612, 
31961 



Group of Mexicans and cowboys, no. 20. 

(H 32620, June 13, 1903.) " 31962 

Group of squaws and papooses, no. 22. 

(H 32598, June 13, 1903.) 31963 



Hindoo magicians. 
June 13, 1903. ) 



(H 32607, 
31964 



(H 32603, 
31953 

(H 32616, 
31954 

I. no. 14. 
31955 

(H 32609, 
31956 



Group of cowboys, Indians, Mexicans, 
Cossacks, Filipino scouts, Hindoo fa- 
kirs, and Boomerang throwers, no. 23. 
(H 32599, June 13, 1903.) 31957 



Indian and cowbov shaking hands, no. 
18. (H 32618, June 13, 1903.) 31965 

Indian, cowboys, and Mexican plaving 
cards, no. 5.' (H 32605, June 13, 1903.) 

31966 

\ Indian, full figure, no. 17. (H 32617, 

June 13, 1903. ) 31967 

Large group of Indians, with chief in 
center, no. 24. (H 32600, June 13, 
1903.) 31968 

Mexican holding lariat in left hand. no. 
6. (H 32606, June 13, 1903.) 31969 

Mexican holding lariat in right hand. no. 
2. (H 32602, June 13, 1903.) 31970 

Mexican swinging lariat, no. 1. (H 
32601, June 13, 1903.) 31971 

Three Boomerang throwers, no 8. (H 
32608, June 13, 1903.) 31972 

Three squaws and two papooses, no. 10. 
(H 32610, June 13, 1903.) 31973 

Two cowboys, no. 13. (H 32613, June 
13, 1903.)' 31973* 

i Two Indian squaws and four papooses, 
no. 4. (H 32604, June 13, 1903.) 

31974 
2 c. each June 13, 1903. 

White (Samuel Miller) , Bal- 
timore, Md. 
Roosevelt (President). (H 32435, June 
8, 1903; 1 c. June 5, 1903; 1 c. June 8, 
1903.) 31975 



Number of Photographs entered since Jan. 1, 1903 7, 739 



61 



458 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by American lithographic company, New York, 
N. Y. Class I, XXc, no. 7045, June 12, 1903; 2 copies received June 12, 1903.'' 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Tunezo ( El ) . Against a background con- 
sisting of a broad, lettered panel, bust 
portrait of a middle aged man wearing 
a turban with a tassel, and a richly 
embroidered coat. (I 7045, June 12, 
1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903.) 31976 

American rubber co., New 
Y^ork, N. Y. 
American (An) girl. Winter scene, show- 
ing a beautiful young woman in the 
foreground, carrying a pasteboard box. 
( I 7046, June 12, 1903; 1 photo. June 12, 
1903.) 31977 

Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Illustration showing a half length figure 

of a lady standing behind a table on 

which rests a mirror. (I 7106, June 

15, 1903.) 31978 

Illustration showing a lady in a house 
gown seated in a wicker chair with a 
voting man standing beside her. (I 

7104, June 15, 1903.) 31979 

Illustration showing an interior view of a 
summer cottage; beneath an open win- 
dow is a couch on which a lady is re- 
clining. (I 7110, June 15, 1903. ) 31980 

Illustration showing full-length figure of 
a lady in evening dress, seated in a 
wicker chair; her back rests against a 
pillow. (I 7103, June 15, 1903.) 

31981 

Illustration showing full-length figure of 
a man and four small boys; the man 
is in the center of the group. (I 7111, 
June 15, 1903.) 31982 

Illustration showing full-length figures of 
five ladies sitting and standing about a 
dressing table in various attitudes. (I 

7105, June 15, 1903.) 31983 

Illustration showing full-length figures of 
two ladies; one is seated apparently on 
a bank beneath a spreading tree in an 
easy position. (I 7109, June 15, 1903. ) 

31984 

Illustration showing half-length figures 
of two ladies; one is seated in a chair 
in about three-quarter front view and 
the other stands behind her. (I 7108, I 
June 15, 1903.) 31985 



Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Illustration showing head and neck of a 
man: the head is shown in full profile. 
(I 7113, June 15, 1903.) 31986 

Illustration showing head and shoulders 
of a lady standing out strongly against 
a panel background representing a 
scene at a summer resort. (I 7107, 
June 15, 1903. ) 31987 

Illustration showing the heads and part 
of the shoulders of two men; one is in 
about three-quarter front view and 
wears a Panama hat. (I 7114, June 15, 
1903.) 31988 

Illustration showing two boys fishing; 
they are seated on the edge of a dock 
with their feet hanging over and the 
one in the foreground holds a pole. (I 
7112, June 15, 1903.) 31989 

1 photo, each June 15, 1903. 

Collier's weeklv. New York, 
N. Y. 
Weaker (The) sex; pen and ink drawing 
by Charles Dana Gibson, showing 
young man, arms crossed, leaning on 
table, between two very charming 
young women. (I 7117, June 17, 1903; 
1 photo. June 17, 1903.) 31990 

Crawford (Earl Stetson), 
New York, X. Y. 
California, agriculture, mining; lunette 
containing 3 figures typifying California, 
agriculture, mining;" central figure Cali- 
fornia seated upon wall, basket of fruit 
upon left knee. ( I 7057, June 13, 1903. ) 

31991 

Columbia, Porto Rico, Philippines, 
Hawaii; lunette, containing 4 figures 
typifying Columbia, Porto Rico, Philip- 
pines, Hawaii; central figure Columbia 
on stylishly elevated pedestal, palm 
extended in left hand. (I 7056, June 
13, 1903.) 31992 

Literature, sciences, arts; lunette con- 
taining 3 figures typifying literature, 
sciences and arts, central figure, litera- 
ture seated upon sea-wall, extendi og 
scroll in right hand. (1 7058, June 13, 
1903.) 31993 

1 photo, each June 13, 1903. 



02 



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FINE ARTS 



459 



Hennecke (C.) company, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Aux champs. Walking female figure 

carrying a bag in right band thrown 

over Bhoulder, and a Jul;' in left hand. 

[I 7020. June 6, 1003.) ' 31994 

Cala. Female bust with cala flowers on 
base. (I 7011, June 6, 1903. ) 31995 

Card receiver. Female figure holding a 
tray in both hands. (1 7019, June 6, 
190.;.) 31996 

Dance (La). Female figure in the act of 
dancing, the right hand holds drapery 
and left arm is outstretched. (I 7013, 
June 6, 1903.) 31997 

Erika. Female bust showing erika flow- 
ers in the hair, also on base. (I 7004, 
June 6, 1903.) 31998 

Iris. Female figure with arms held over 
head holding iris flowers. (I 7000, 
June 6, 1903.) 31999 

L' Aurora. Standing female figure with 
both hands held up supporting dra- 
perv, the figure is partlv nude. (I 
6998, June 0, 1903. ) 32000 

L'Helianthe. Female bust with sun- 
flowers in hair and on base. (I 7009, 
June 6, 1903. ) 32001 

Lilie. Female bust showing lilie flowers 
in the hair and on base. (I 7005, June 
6, 1903. ) 32002 

L'Oeillet. Female bust with carnation 
flowers. (I 7001, June 6, 1903. ) 32003 

Luna. Female bust with flowers on 
base. (I 7012, June 6, 1903.) 32004 

Moguense. Female bust representing a 
coquette. (I 7008. June 6, 1903.) 

32005 

Mohn. Female bust with poppy flowers 
in th e hair and on base. ) ( I 7006. June 
6, 1903.) 32006 

Nenuphar ( Le ) . Female bust with water 
lillies in the hair and on shoulders. 
(I 7010, June 6, 1903. ) 32007 

Orchidee. Standing female figure with 
orchid flowers in both hands which are 
resting on hips. ( 1 6997, June 6, 1903. ) 

32008 

Pracht. Female bust with base bearing 
inscription Pracht. (I 7002, June 6, 
1903. ) 32009 

Retour de la fontaine. Female figure 
with a jug on shoulder which is held 
in position by both hands which are 
held overhead. (I 7014, June 6, 1903. ) 

32010 

Pvuhm. Female bust bearing the inscrip- 
tion Ruhm on base. (I 7003. June 6, 
1903.) 32011 

28355—03 5 63 



Hennecke (C.) company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 

Salome. Female figure in the act of 
playing an oriental instrument. | 1 
7017. June6, 1903. ) 32012 

Semaille. Female figure in the act of 
throwing seed. (I 7010, June ti. 1903. ) 

32013 

Songeuse. Standing female figure with 
right arm leaning on a vase that is 
standing on a stump. (I 7018, June 6, 
1903.) 32014 

Tulipes. Female bust with tulip flowers 
at base. (I 7015, June 6, 1903.) 32015 

Violette (La. ) Female bust with violet 
flowers. (I 6999, June 6, 1903. ) 32016 

Zitella. Sitting female figure, the right 
hand is raised and holds a thread at the 
other end of which is attached a but- 
terfly. (I 7007, June 6, 1903.) 32017 
1 photo, each June 6, 1903. 

Janes (Walter) & co., Xew 
York, N. Y. 
Parable of the talents. Size, about 5MS" 
(I 7047, June 12, 1903; 1 



photo. June 12, 1903. ) 



32018 



Kaufmann & Strauss co., 
New York, X. Y. 
Connoisseur (The); the head of a goat, 
bearing a wink of appreciation, and a 
grin of anticipation. (I 7054, June 13, 
1903.) 32019 

It may not seem possible to you; comic; 
a madly distracted individual, his hair 
flying, his hat and cane soon to be left 
behind, is wildlv tearing after a van- 
ishing car. (I 7052, June 13, 1903. ) 

32020 
So near and yet so far; two men and a 
woman, all in hunting costume, cross- 
ing a brook. (I 7055. June 13, 1903.) 

32021 

Tannhauser and Venus; the Venus is 

shown in a kneeling posture, her head 

flung back to look direct into Tiinn- 

hauser's face. (I 7053, June 13, 1903. ) 

32022 
1 photo, each June 13, 1903. 

Lemos (Adolph de), New 
York, X. Y. 
Grecian head. Female head as a me- 
dallion in center, surrounded by orna- 
mental embellishment. (I 7044. May 
22, 1903; 1 photo. May 22, 1903. ) 32023 

Louisiana purchase exposi- 
tion co., St. Louis, Mo. 
Tobacco grower's pagoda, Agricultural 
building; Louisiana purchase exposi- 
tion; a wash drawing, showing three 
sides of a one-story temporary structure, 
on top of which is a large globe. ( I 
7136, June 18, 1903; 1 photo" June 18, 
1903.) 32024 



460 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Parnell (Charles S.) jr., Re- 
vere, Mass. 
Fortune tellers; a statuary tablet mod- 
eled in wax, cast in bronze or metal, 
consisting of thirteen figures, in three 
groups, in bas relief; 1st group or top 
group a startling prediction by an old 
witch. (17043, June 11, 1903; 1 photo. 
June 11, 1903. ) 32025 

Photographische gesellschaft, 
Berlin, Germany. 
Fleurs du matin ; group of fairies in a field 
of flowers, watching one of their com- 
panions, rising toward the clouds. (I 
7042, June 11, 1903; 1 photo. June 11, 
1903. ) 32026 

Steele (Jesse Grant), St. 
Paul, Minn. 
Wolf (The) hunt; two cow boys on 
horses, chasing gray wolf, one mounted 
on black horse in the act of lassoing the 
wolf. (I 7135, June 6, 1903; 1 photo. 
June 6, 1903.) 32027 



Witkowski (Karl), Yails- 
burg, N. J. 
Cash is the thing, painting 14J x 20 
inches, water color; a boy, dark blue 
cap, brown torn jacket and pants, lean- 
ing against a barrel. (I 7120, June 17, 
1903. ) 32028 

Clear profits; painting in oil, 20 x 24 
inches, a boy with white felt hat, blue 
jacket, brown knee pants, stockings, and 
shoes, sitting on a curb stone. (I 7118, 
June 17, 1903.) 32029 

Repast (The), painting in oil 20 x 24 
inches, a boy sitting on a box, news- 
papers under his arm, is eating an apple. 
(I 7119, June 17, 1903.) 32030 

1 photo, each June 17, 1903. 



Number of Fine arts entries since Jan. 1, 1903 1 , 724 



64 



INDEX TO No. 626 

This index contains in one alphabet, in addition to the names of copyright proprietors, the names 
also of the authors of Books proper and Dramatic compositions; the titles of Dramatic compositions; 
and the titles of anonymous Books proper. Following each name is printed the class heading under 
which the full title will be found. 



See Books: Dainseaux (S. ) 
) Mere de la marquise. 
See Musical comp. 



See Musical comp. 
Sins of a saint. See 

See Musical 



Abbey press 
Ask me. 

About (E. F. V 
See Books. 

Adams (J. H.) 

Aibl (J.), verlag 

Aitken (J. R.) 
Books. 

Albright music company 
comp. 

Allen ( A. B. ) See Photographs. 

Allen (\Y. D.) See Engravings, etc. 

Allis-Chalmers co. See Books: Concen- 
trating machinery. 

Ambrose, Abbott or co. See Musical 
comp. 

Amer. bank noteco. See Books: Little bk. 

Amer. Berkshire assn. See Books: Amer. 
Berkshire record. 

Amer. bk. co. See Books: 

Caldwell (H. W. ) Civil gov. 
Peterman (A. L. ) Elem. of civil 

gov. 
Tanner (J. M.) Utah suppl. 

Amer. corres. college. See Books: Cat, 

Amer. Jersey cattle club. See Books: 
Herd register. 

Amer. litho. co. See Fine arts. 

American lumberman. See Periodicals: 
American lumberman. 
See a 1 so Engravings, etc. 

Amer. mutoscope & biograph. See Pho- 
tographs. 

Amer. natl. Red cross. Emergency chart. 
See Books. 

Amer. press assn. See Books: Hoyt (J.B.) 
Reception committee man. 

American railway guide co. See Peri- 
odicals: Traveler's rail way guide. West- 
ern section. 

Amer. rubber co. See Fine arts. 

Amer. soda fountain co. See Books: Cat, 

American thresherman. See Periodicals: 
American (The) thresherman. 

Ames pub. co. See Dramatic comp.: 
Casey's daughter Mary Ann. 
Israel's trip. 
Lady servant. 

Anderson (A. E. j See Musical comp. 

Anderson (W. H.)co. See Books: Hogg 
(C. E. ) Equity procedure. 



Result of a May-pole 



Andrews ( W. C. ) See Dramatic comp. : 

Humbug. 
Apollo-verlag. See Musical comp. 
Apostleship of prayer. See Periodicals: 
League leaflets. 

Messenger (The) of the sacred heart. 
Appleton (D. ) & co. See Books: 
Aitken (J. R. ) Sins of a saint, 
Fowler (H. N. ) Hist, of Roman lit. 
Archer (H. G. ) and Reed (L. D.) See 

Musical comp. 
Armstrong music publishing company. 

See Musical comp. 
Ascherberg (E. ) & co. See Musical comp. 
Authors pub. co. See Books: 
Beede (L. B.) Cap'n Billy. 
Black (E. ) How the minister. 
Bloom (R. H.) Hand of a little 

child. 
Bruce (R. ) 

scrap. 
Cannon (F. H. ) Chas. Newberry's 
courtship. 

Express package. 

Davis (Le R. G. ) Moving shack. 
McCausland (A. A.) Carrier dove. 
Marston (A. E. ) Bread upon the 

waters. 
Martin (M.) For baby's sake. 
Parmele (R. E. ) Romance of a day 

editor. 
Richmond (C. ) Mr. Johnson. 
Automobile topics. See Periodicals: Au- 
tomobile topics. 
Avil (J. H.) See Books: Trolly trips, 

Phil. 
Away from home. 
Babes in tovland. 
Bailey (W. F.) Se 

of passenger rates. 
Baker (M. C. ) See Musical comp. 
Balch (L. ) Manual. See Books. 
Balfour (A.) Golden kingdom. See 

Books. 
Bankers & merchants agency co. See 

Books: Rates for adv. 
Banks & co. See Books: Balch (L. ) 

Manual for bds. of health. 
Barker (Edwin L. ) See Periodicals: Ly- 
ceumite (The). 



See Dramatic comp. 
See Dramatic comp. 
Books: Compendium 



II 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Barnes (C. L. ) See Books: Contagious 
& infectious diseases. 

Barnes-Crosbv co. See Fine arts. 

Barry (E. B.J Little Dick's Christmas. 
See Books. 

Bartlett (E.) See Books: Selling more 
goods. 

Bayley (W. B.) See Musical comp. 

Beal (B. N.) See Dramatic comp.: Reu- 
ben Maxwell. 

Beldad (H. G.) See Books: Guia illus- 
trada de X. Y. 

Bennett (H. H. ) See Photographs. 

Benton (C. M. ) See Books: Financial 
studies. 

See also Periodicals: Benton's monthly 
quotation guide. 

Bibliophile society. See Engravings, etc. 

Biersach (L. ) See Books: Skat pointers. 

Blair (E. H.) Philippine Islands. See 
Books. 

Blashfield (E. H.) See Engravings, etc. 

Bloom (S. ) See Musical comp. 

Boericke & Tafel. See Books: Nobles 
(N. T. B. ) Text-bk. of minor surgery. 

Bolster (E. R. ) Ethel in Fairyland. See 
Books. 

Boniface ( M. ) See Dramatic comp. : Cla- 
risse Arbois. 

Boosey & co. See Musical comp. 

Boston herald co. See Books: McClus- 
key's musings. 

Bosworth & co. See Musical comp. 

Bote (E. ) & Bock ( G.) See Musical comp. 

Bowles (J. B.) See Books: Record- 
Herald's answers. 

Boyce (W. D.) co. See Books: Casson 
(H. N.) New secessionists. 
Lennon (J. B. ) says necessity. 
Merrill (M. J.) Successful failure. 
Simons (A. M.) says socialism. 
Traubel (H.) Is the trade union. 
See also Engravings, etc. 

Boyden (E. M. ) See Musical comp. 

Bradford (A. M.) See Musical comp. 

Brandon (Augustus S. | See Periodicals: 
Men of to-morrow. 

Brann (C. B. ) See Books: 

Brann (W. C. ) Scrap book. 

Speeches and lectures. 

Brann's annual. 1897. 

Brann (W.C.) See Books: 
Scrap-bk. 
Speeches. 

Brann's annual. See Books. 

Brave deeds. S< j e Books. 

Brooklyn daily eagle. See Periodicals: 
Brooklyn daily eagle. 

Brush and pencil pub. co. See Periodic- 
als: Brush & pencil. 

Buchanan (R. J.) See Dramatic comp. : 
Eye on Hubby. 

Buffalo music co. See Musical comp. 

Bulletin (The) company. See Periodic- 
als: Evening (The) bulletin. 

Burnham (L. H.J See Musical comp. 



Burt (A.L. ) co. See Books: Lodge (R.) 
Life of Richelieu. 

Burton (J.) See Photographs. 

Buzzell (A. P.) See Musical comp. 

Cadv(M. R. ) Picture stories. See Books. 

Caldwell ( H. W. ) See Books: 
Civil gov. 
Survey of Amer. hist. 

Campbell * (A. S. ) art co. See Photo- 
graphs. 

Capus ( A. ) See Dramatic comp. : Deux 
ecoles. 

Carisch & Janichen. See Musical comp. 

Carter (W. S.) See Engravings, etc. 

Casey's daughter. See Dramatic comp. 

Caspar (C. N.) co. See Books: Milwau- 
kee, 1903. 

Catalogue. See Books. 

Cavers & Hall. See Musical comp. 

Chambers (L. C. ) See Dramatic comp.: 
Human vampire. 
Redemption of satan. 

Chappell & co. See Musical comp. 

Chattanooga med. co. See Books: Ladies' 
birthday almanac. 

Chicago lab. supply & seal. co. See 
Books: Wideman (W. C.) Biolog. 
apparatus. 

Chittenden ( H. M. ) See Books : Yellow- 
stone nat. park. 

Christened. See Dramatic comp. 

Church ( J. ) company. See Musical comp. 

Olarisse Arbois. See Dramatic comp. 

Clark i A. H. ) co. See Books: Blair (E. 
H. ) Philippine Islands. 

Clark I J. P. ) See Dramatic comp. : Mile. 
La Jonquille. 

Clarke ( Wm. Wirt ) & son. See Periodic- 
als: Headquarters. 

Clifford & Lawton. See Periodicals: 
Upholsterer (The). 

Clover (S. T. ) On special assignment. 
See Books. 

Clowe (C. W. i See Books: X. Y. law- 
yers' time code. 
j Coates (T. F. G.) Marie Corelli. See 
Books, 

Collier's weekly. See Books: Wright (C. 
D.) Recognition of the union. 
See also Fine arts. 

Commercial panoramic photo, co. See 
Photographs. 

Commins (J. E. ) See Photographs. 

Concentrating machinery. See Books. 

Congregational Sunday school and pub. 
society. See Periodicals: Congrega- 
tional ist. 

Cook ( David C. ) pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Boys i The i world. 
Girl's I The i companion. 
Young people's weekly. 

( look I D. J. ) See Books: 'More light. 

Cosmopolitan magazine co. See Period- 
icals: ( Josmopolitan ( The) . 

Couch (A, T. Q.-) See Books: Hetty 
Wesley. 



INDEX To No.. 626 



III 



Counsellor (J.) pub. co. See Books: 
King (T. B.) John Counsellor's evo- 
lution. 

Counter pub. co. See Periodicals: Store 
life. 

Courier (The: co. See Chromos and 
lithos. 

Cramer (E. M. S ■ Musical romp. 

Crary (Jesse D.) See Periodicals: New- 
York | The | lumber trade journal. 

Crawford ( E. S. I V< Fine aits. 

Credit guide. See Books. 

Crowe! (A. A.) See Musical comp. 

Go well pub. co. See Periodicals: Wo- 
man's home companion. 

Cummings < A. R. ) See Musical comp. 

Currier music company. See Musical 
comp. 

Curtis £ Cameron. See Photographs. 

Cutler | G. ) See Books: Ten club. 

Cyclopedic digest for 111. Brokers to 
Court houses. See Books. 

Dailv story pub. co. See Books: 
Arnold (E. ) Two of a kind. 
Canfield (H. S.) Gold of Pedro 

Yturri. 
Cummins (H. 0.) Conversion of 

slow foot Robinson. 
De Leon (T. C. ) Flaw in the 

makeup. 
Howe (L. C. ) At Mrs. Schuyler's 

ball. 
Noryell (B.) Rose of the Old Do- 
minion. 
Webster (E. J.) Dick Carter's 
choice. 

Damseaux (S. ) Ask me for everything. 
See Books. 

Davis (C. E. ) See Musical comp. 

Dean (F.) & co. See Musical comp. 

Despotism & democracy. See Books. 

Detroit photo, co. See Engravings, etc. 
See also Photographs. 

Deux ecoles. See Dramatic comp. 

Devil in skirts. See Dramatic comp. 

Dickens company. See Musical comp. 

Dickerman pub. co. See Books: McFaul 
( A. D. ) Ike Glidden in Maine. 

Dillard (J. H. ) See Books: Aus dem 
Deutschen-dichterwald. 

Ditrichstein ( L.) See Dramatic comp.: 
Harriet's honeymoon. 

Ditson (O. ) company. See Musical comp. 

Dixon (D. J.) See Books: We live. 

Dodge (J. W. ) See Musical comp. 

Dolan (C. P.) See Musical comp. 

Douthett (A. T.) See Musical comp. 

Doyle (A. C.) See Books: King of the 
foxes. 

Drew (W. J. ) See Books: N. H. register. 

Dudley ( A . T. ) Following the ball. See 
Books. 

Dudley (W. L. ) See Books: Buffaloes 
by the million. 

Durand (A. ) & fils. See Musical comp. 



Eddy (Mary Baker G.) See Periodicals: 

Christion science sentinel. 

Edison (T. A.) See Photographs. 
Edson (J. M.) See Books: Story of a 

little lad. 
Eiland (F. L. ) See Musical comp. 
Eiland ( F. L. ) & Dean ( E. S. ) See Musical 

Eiland *(F. L.) & Mayfield (J. F.) See 

Musical comp. 
Eiland & Dean. See Musical comp. 
Elkin & co., ltd. See Musical comp. 
Empire music company. See Musical 

comp. 
Enoch & cie. See Musical comp. 
Estes (D. ) & co. See Books: Barry 

(E. B.) Little Dick's Christmas. 
Eye on Hubby. See Dramatic comp. 
Farm-poultry pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Farm-poultry. 
Farrell (J. R. ) See Dramatic comp.: 

Casey's daughter. 
Fashions publishing co. See Periodicals: 

Fashions. 
Fasquelle (E. ) See Dramatic comp.: 

Deux ecoles. 
Fawcett ( W. ) See Photographs. 
Federal reporter. See Books. 
Feist (L.) See Musical comp. 
Ferson ( E. B. ) Tower clock. See Books. 
Fish (J. C. L. ) See Books: Des. geom. 
Fishel, Adler & Schwartz. See Chromos 

and lithos. 
Fiske & co. See Periodicals: Cumulative 

(The) index-digest. 111. ed. 
Flemish art co. See Books: Illus. cat. 
Fontaine (S. S. ) See Books: Internl. 

direct, of exchange members. 
Food trade pub. co. See Periodicals: 

National (The) provisioner. 
Forberg (0.) See Musical comp. 
Forbes (A. S. C. ) See Books: Cal. mis- 
sions. 
Forbes & co. See Periodicals: Architec- 
ture. 
Foreign com. guide. See Books. 
Foreign story synd. co. See Books: 
Cim ( A. ) Assassin. 



Tom the smuggler. 
Ring of marasite. 
See Books: Weather 

See Dramatic comp. : 



See 



Prevost (M. ) 
Theuriet (A.) 
Foster ( W. T.J 

bulletin. 
Fowler (A. X. C.) 
Languid Lama. 
Fowler (H. N.) Hist of Roman lit 

Books. 
Fowler (N. C), jr. See Books: 
Journalist. 
Railroading. 
Francis, Day & Hunter. See Musical 

comp. 
Frank Merriwell. 
French (C. E.) 

drama. 
Funk & Wagnalls co. See Books: Smith 
(F. B. ) How Paris amuses itself. 



See Patten (G.) 
See Books: 6 vears 



of 



IV 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Furniture dealers' cat. See Books. 
Gaffney (T. J.) See Dramatic comp.: 

Gay ley '(C. M.) Yellow & blue. See 
Books. 

German press & plate co. See Books: 
Offener schreibebrief. 

Gibson (J. W. ) Social purity. See 
Books. 

Gillespie (W. R. ) See Books: 
Patuca. 
To the shareholders. 

Gilmour (H. L. ) See Musical comp. 

Ginn & co. See Books: McLaughlin 
(J. M.) New first music reader. 
See also Musical comp. 

Globe newspaper co. See Books: Stan- 
yan (F. H.) Letters of custom-made 
son. 

See also Periodicals: Boston (The) 
daily globe. 

Gordon (H. S.). See Musical comp. 

Goslee (H. J.) See Books: Finishing, 
polishing. 

Greenfield. See Books. 

Greenhalgh (M. L.) See Books: Growell 
(A.) 3 centuries of Eng. bktrade 
bibliog. 

Gregg (J. B.) See Books: Physics by re- 
search. 

Gregory (E. C. ) See Musical comp. 

Griffing (J. R.) Breakers ahead. Set 
Books. 

Groom (R. TV.) See Musical comp. 

Gross (J. E.) See Photographs. 

Growoll (A. ) 3 centuries of Eng. book- 
trade bibliog. See Books. 

Hachette & co. See Musical comp. 

Hald (J. R. ) See Musical com]). 

Hall & Locke co. See Books: Brave 
deeds. 

Hallock (G B. F. ) Orange blossoms. 
See Books. 

Halm (F. J.) Set Musical comp. 

Hamilton (C. G.) See Dramatic comp.: 
Israel's trip. 

Handbury (D. A.) See Books: Not be- 
cause she was wicked. 

Harband (B. M.) Daughters of dark- 
ness. See Books. 

Harms (T. B.) & co. Set Musical comp. 

Harper & bros. See Books: Robertson 
(M.) Sinful Peck. 
Snyder ( C. ) Xew conceptions in sci. 

Harriet's honeymoon. See Dramatic 
comp. 

Harris (C. K.) See Musical com}). 

Harvey (G. AY.) See Photographs. 

Hawkes & son. See Musical comp. 

Hayes litho. co. See Chromos and lithos. 

Hazlitt & Walker. See Books: Ferson 
(E. B. ) Tower clock. 

Hearst ( W . R. ) See Books : 
Alexander slain. 

Bierce (A.) Habitual criminals. 
When one's friend. 



Hearst, (W. R. ) — Continued. 

Blouet (P.) Duration of beauty. 

Law & conscience. 

Man vs. woman. 

Petticoat rule in France. 

Rambles in Cupid's realm. 

Scientist's view of Jap. women. 

Care of the bathing girl's hair. 

Dix ( D. ) Fable of the cunning kit- 
ten. 

How fate evens things up. 

Lovers. 

Old maids' ins. co. • 

Studies in nat. hist. ; bride. 

Two roads to poor house. • 

Various types of Amer. girls. 

Examiner pattern. 

Foxy Grandpa's Mother Goose. 

Green (A. H.) Much needed mu- 
nicipal dept. 

Her face her misfortune. 

Hoey (M.) Rose memories. 

How to build a house boat. 

How to tame wild animals. 

Howard ( V. C. ) . Back door romance. 

Lambeth (P.) Amer. women. 

Lee (H.) Rockie's resurrection. 

Letheridge (S. C.) Romance of Ina. 

Logan ( Mrs. J. A. ) Importance of 
home life. 

Morgan f A. ) Her heart's command. 

Reid (H.) Working girl's wrongs. 

Romance of Kocian's sweetheart. 

Saltus (E. ) Demonism's deepest 
depth. 

Franco-Amer. lit. 

( lifts of tlie fairies. 

Laughter's inextinguishable- 

ness. 

Mormon missionaries. 

Xew gospel of selfishness. 

Servia'a king & queen. 
Serviss (G. P.) Astronomy & civil- 
ization. 

Atmospheric tragedy. 

development of new senses. 

Drought. 

Life on Mars. 

What do they think in Venus. 

Yellow pall. 

Stead (W. T. ) Clairvoyant. 

tells a true story. 

Tortures that await. 

Villiers(R) Pranks. 

What is the matter. 

What the doctor. 

Wilcox ( E. W. ) Be of liberal spirit. 

Don't bully your friends. 

Exercise your lungs. 

Patronizing social climbers. 

Peep into the future. 

Progressive physicians. 

River. 

Success paper for girls. 

To some of my critics. 

Woman now. 



INDEX TO NO. 626 



Hearst (W. R.)— Continued. 
4 very unusual romances. 
|100 for reading this love story. 
See also Engravings, etc. 

Beath (D. C.) &co. See Books: 

About (E. F. V.) Mere de la Mar- 
quise. 
Heath readers. Primer. 

1st reader. 

Palmer (C. S.) Ques. & prob. in 
chem. 

Heatherton (J. M.) See Periodicals: 
Plumbers trade journal. 

Heinrichshofen's verlag. See Musical 
comp. 

Hennecke (C. ) co. See Fine arts. 

H erbene pharmaeal co. See Books : Herb- 
ene premium list. 

Herdman (L. ) See Books: Nebraska. 
Supreme court. Repts. 

Heugel & cie. See Musical comp. 

Hickman ( W. A. ) Sacrifice of the Shan- 
non. See Books. 

Higbee ( F. D. ) See Books: Honor among 
adv. 

Hiiiton (H. L.) See Books: Nat. fire- 
proofing co. 

Hirt (C. J.) See Engravings, etc. 

Hodgins (J. L.) See Books: Fight for 
the flag. 

Hogg (C E. ) Equity procedure. See 
Books. 

Hollerith ( H. ) See Books: Book of cus- 
toms stat. 

Holt (H.) & co. See Books: Vos (B. J.) 
Essentials of Ger. 

Home advocate. See Periodicals: Home 
advocate. 

Home leaves pub. co. See Books: Goe- 
ringer (A.) Scar of chivalry. 

Hooke ( C. W. ) See Books : Fielding (H. ) 
Lesson from the play. 

Hopwood & Grew. ltd. See Musical comp. 

Hotchkiss (C. Ci) See Books: Hotch- 
kiss anal, system. 

Houghton, Mifflin & co. See Books: 
Montaigne (M. E. de). Essays. 

Houpt (G. K. ) See Books: Missives. 

How we get patents. See Books. 

Howe (E.) See Books: Red cross. 

Howe (E.) and Morris (J. B.) See 
Books: Amer. nat. red cross emer. 
chart. 

Hubbard ( Elbert ) . See Periodicals : Little 
journeys. 

Hudson (W. G.) Mod. rifle shooting. 
See Books. 

Human vampire. See Dramatic comp. 

Humbug. See Dramatic comp. 

Humphries (M.) See Photographs. 

Humphries ( W. R. ) See Photographs. 

Hutchins (W.) See Musical comp. 

Ikeler (0. P.) See Musical comp. 

Illustrated cat. See Books. 

Industrial press. See Periodicals: Rail- 
way machinery. 



[international cable direct, co. See Books: 



Intern, cable direct. 

International com. of V. M. C. A. See 
Books: Young men's Christian ass'ns 
of X. Amer. R. R. educ. prospectus. 

International direct, of exeh. members. 
See Books. 

International invest, co. See Books: 
Making money. 

Intimate problems. See Dramatic comp. 

Irving (W.) Fur traders. See Books. 

Isham (A. H.) See Books: Greatest 
story. 

Israel's trip to the circus. See Dramatic 
comp. 

Jacobs (G. W.) & co. See Books: Coates 
(T. F. G.) Marie Corelli.. 
Riis (J. A.) Peril & preservation of 
home. 
| Jacobs (W. W.) See Books: Old charges. 
[ Jacoby (L. C.) See Musical comp. 
| Jamieson (K. E.) See Books: Dickie 
Dawdle-so. 

Janes (W. ) & co. Fine arts. 

Janvier (T. A. ) See Books: Founding of 
N. Y. 

Jara (G. de la). See Dramatic comp.: 
Intimate problems. 

Jewellers' circular pub co. See Periodic- 
als: Jewelers' (The) circular. 

Joel Mellrose. See Dramatic comp.: 
Temperance drama. 

John Counsellor's evolution. See King 
(T. B.) 

Johnson (V. H. ) See Musical comp. 

Johnson & Johnson. See Periodicals: 
Red cross notes. 

Jones ( C. H . ) See Periodicals : Cat ( The) 
journal. 

Jones ( E. D. ) See Musical comp. 

Judge co. See Periodicals: 
Judge quarterly. 
Sis Hopkin's own book. 

Kansas City star co. See Books: Trade in 
live stock. 

Kaufman & Strauss co. See Fine arts. 

Kaufmann (W.) See Books: Streifzuge. 

Keefe-Davidson co. & West (J. B. ) See 
Books: Cycl. digest for 111. 

Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. See Musical 
comp. 

Kellogg ( E. L. ) & co. See Periodicals : 
School (The) journal. 

Kellogg (J. H. ) See Books: Living tem- 
ple. 

Kepner (H. B.) See Books: Piece-work 
system. 

Ketchum (M. S.) See Books: Two- 
hinged roof arch. 

Kilmer (G. L. ) See Books: 
Disastrous forlorn hope. 
Fought & lost, 
Lee on his way. 

King (T. B. ) John Counsellor's evolu- 
tion. See Books. 

Kinsman (H. E. ) See Photographs. 



VI 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Kirkpatrick (W. J.) See Musical eornp. 

Kiser bros. See Photographs. 

Klopsch (L.) See Books: Talmage (F. 
De W.) Minister's joys. 

Kretsmar (B. ) See Musical comp. 

Lady servant, See Dramatic comp. 

Larlin & Rand powder co. See Books: 
Hudson (Walter Guy). Mod. rifle 
shooting. 

Landeker & Brown. See Engravings, etc. 

Langill (C. C. ) <SW> Photographs. 

Languid Lama. See Dramatic comp. 

Laura. See Dramatic comp. 

Law £ credit co. See Books: Credit 
guide. 

Lawyer's co-operative pub. co. See Pe- 
riodicals: 

All opinions of the United States su- 
preme court, advance sheet. 
Lawyers reports annotated. 

Lea brothers & co. See Books: 

Suter ( W. X.) Refraction & motility 

of the eye. 
Zapffe (F. C. ) Bacteriology. 

Leahy (W. T. ) See Books: Wilfrid 
Sweet. 

Lee (Olive B.) See Periodicals: Lee's 
magazine. 

Lee & Shephard. See Books: Dudley 
(A. T. ) Following the ball. 

Lemoine i H. ) & cie. See Musical comp. 

Lemos ( A. de) See Fine arts. 

Leslie (P.) publishing company. Sei 
Musical comp. 

Levin i M. I See Musical comp. 

Lewis ( A. B. ) See Books: Boy's Fourth 
of July. 

Lewis (C. B. ) Set Books: 
Bowser, the painter. 
Honest Abe. 

Lewis (0. A.) Sei Books: Landon's dia- 
gram. 

Libbey (M. A.) See Photographs. 

Libby, McNeill cc Libby. See Chromos 
and lithos. 

Life of Christ. Si - Books. 
Lin- pub. co. Sei Engravings, etc. 
Liljenberg (J. ) Set Musical com]). 
Little bk. of interest. See Books. 
Livingston (M. J.) Sei Musical comp. 
Lockwood I L. M. I Sei Musical com]). 
Lodgel R. I Life of Richelieu. See Books. 
Loeffler (A. | See Photographs. 
Lord & Burnham co. See Books: Cat. 
Lorenz publishing company. Sei Mu- 
sical com]). 

Lothrop pub. co. See Looks: 

Bolster ( E. R. ) Ethel in Fairyland. 

Clover (S. T.) On special assign- 
ment. 

Van Zile (E. S.) Defending the 
bank. 

Wide awake story bk. 

Williams (E. L.) Mutineers. 

Wilson (H. L. ) Lions of the Lord. 



Louisiana purchase exposition co. See 

Fine arts. 
Lovell (A. F. ) See Books: Univ. Yel- 
low & blue. 
Luhr (Otto). See Periodicals: National 

(The) engineer. 
Lundell (O.) See Books: Thoughts of 

Eden. 
Lurie (C. X.) See Books: Montgomery 

(H. ) Dramatic episode. 
Lutjeharms (L. ) See Books: Union sys- 
tem. 
M' Arthur (P. ) See Books: Four fourths. 
McClure (T. C. ) See Books: 

Boelsche (W.) First stomach. 
Canfield (H. G.) His Winton slow- 

ne-s. 
When David came. 



Boy disposes. 
Her rival in mar- 

F. K.) Made-to- 



Col eman (S. L. ) 
Dangei field (C.) 

ble. 
Hutchinson (M. 

order item. 
Johnston (H. M. ) For the sake. 
Lewis (C. B. ) Our Miss Flemming. 
Preston (B. ) Two & a plum tree. 
Shelton (R. B. ) Burying a friend- 
ship. 
Webster (E.J.) His winning colors. 
Whitney (H.) Abby's failures. 
Wildman ( M. W. i In quest of Kate. 
See also Engravings, etc. 
McClure, Phillips&co. See Books: Des- 
potism ^v. democ. 
McCormick (C. ) See Periodicals: Oph- 
thalmologist (The). 
McCray refrigerator co. See Books: Res- 
idence refrig. 
McCutcheon ( B. F. ) See Books: Wonder- 
ful kingdom. 
MacDonald (John). See Periodicals: 

Western school journal. 
MacDonough (G. ) See Dramatic comp. : 

Babes in To viand. 
McFaul (A. 'D.) Ike Glidden. See 

Looks. 

McGrath (J. W. | Sei Musical comp. 
Mcintosh (Burr). See Periodicals: Burr 

Mcintosh monthly. 
McLaughlin (J. M. ) New first music 

reader. See Books. 
Macmillan co. See Books: Williams (F. 

H. ) Roentgen rays. 
Mile, la Jonquille. See Dramatic comp. 
Malcolm ( 0. C. ) See Chromos and lithos. 
Manning (Ulyses G.) See Periodicals: 

Manning's supplemental service. 
Marckres (A. D. ) See Books: My native 

home. 
Marie de France. Espurgatoire. Set 

Books. 
Marr (T. E. ) See Photographs. 
Marsden ( F. ) See Dramatic comp. 

I [umbug. 
I Marvin ( L. ) See Photographs. 



INDEX TO NO. 626 



VII 



Matthews (J. N.) co. See Maps: Gulf 
states turpentine terr. 
See also Periodicals: Illustrated (The) 
Buffalo express. 

Mencken ill. L.) See Books: Ventures 
into verse. 

Menges I F. C. ) ><, .Musical comp. 

Merrill & Webber. See Books: Res. &, 
bus. direct, of Kennebec co. 

Metal industry pub. CO. See Periodicals: 
Metal industry. 

Midnight mystery. See Dramatic comp. 

Miller (J. H.) See Books: Caldwell (H. . 
W.) Survey of Amer. hist. 

Miller (W. R) -St Books: 
City cV: country. 
Meekins (L. R. ) Animal trainer. 

Coming of Lipton. 

Our high protective fence. 

Memorial day. 

Uncle Sam's great army. 

Milwaukee. See Caspar (C. N.) co. 

Molineux (G.) See Musical comp. 

Monahan ( James ) . See Periodicals : Mon- 
ahan's cumulative annual digest of 
Penn. decisions. 

Montague (W.) See Dramatic comp.: 
Devil in skirts. 

Montaigne (M. E. de) . Essays. See 
Books. 

Montgomery (R. H.) See Musical comp. 

Moody (C. M. ) See Books: Greenfield. 

Moreland (F. L. ) See Musical comp. 

Morgan ( L. W. ) See Musical comp. 

Morning telegraph pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Morning (The) telegraph. 

Morris (J.) See Musical comp. 

Morse ( C. G. ) See Books : Morse ( T. V . ) 
Chip carving. 

Morse (T. V.) See Books: Chip carving. 

Midler (D. ) See Musical comp. 

Munroe (G. H.) See Books: Munroe 
corres. sch. piano tuning. 

Murphy (J. F. ) See Books: 150 glimpses 
of Boston. 

Musk (H.) See Books: James (A.) 
Carrying the news. 

Mutineers" See Williams (E. L. ) 

National fireproofing co. See Books. 

National penmanship press. See Period- 
icals: Penman's art journal. 

Nebraska. Supreme court. Repts. See 
Books. 

Needham (A. A.) See Musical comp. 

New England railway pub. co. See Pe- 
riodicals: ABC pathfinder and dial 
express list. 

A. B. C. pathfinder railway guide. 
Nickel (The) pathfinder. 

New Eng. tel. & tel. co. See Books: 
List of subscribers. 

New England water works assoc. See 
Periodicals: Journal of the New Eng- 
land water works assocn. 

New Hampshire register. See Books. 



N. Y. Herald co. See Books: Museum 
of the odd. 
See also Engravings, etc, 

N. Y. times. See Books: 

Janvier (T. A.) Founding of N. Y. 
London news. 
Man iu the street. 
On London 'change. 
Week's topics. 
New Yorker staats-zeitung. See Peri- 
odicals: Abendblatt der N. Y. Staats- 
zeitung. 
Nichols (J. L.) & co. See Books: Gib- 
son (J. W. ) Social purity. 
Nobles (N. T. B.) Textbk* See Books. 
Noel (B. ) See Dramatic comp. : Reuben 

Maxwell. 
Nolan publishing company. See Periodi- 
cals : 

Export implement age. 
Implement (The) age. 
Noonan (Justin M.) See Periodicals: 

Art (The) review. 
North American co. See Periodicals: 

North American. 
Norwich nickel & brass co. See Books: 

Cat. 
Novello & co., ltd. See Musical comp. 
Noyes (LP.) See Dramatic comp. : Tem- 
perance drama. 
O'Connor (J. C.) Esperanto. See 

Books. 
O'Connor (Patrick J. J.) See Periodic- 
als: St. Louis daily market reporter. 
Oehm (F. W.) &e"Books: Spots. 
Ogilvie (J. S.) pub. co. See Books: 

Griffing (J. R. ) Breakers ahead. 
Old dominion steamship co. See Peri- 
odicals: Pilot (The). 
Oldefest ( E. G. ) See Musical comp. 
Olmsted ( S. ) & Crichton ( J. ) See Books : 

Khu. 
One hundred and fifty glimpses of Bos- 
ton. See Books. 
Orlow (0. N.) ^Periodicals: Atmos. 
Osborne (W. H.) See Books: 
Conquest of N. Y. 
Dobbins. 
Osborne co. See Books: Salesman's 

handbk. 
Oxvchlorine. See Books. 
Page (C. H.) .See Books: Rousard (P. 

de). Songs and sonnets. 
Page (L. C.) & co. See Books: 

Balfour ( A. ) Golden kingdom. 
Carman (B. ) Canon of criticism. 

Lyric. 

Sinclair (U. B.) Prince Hagen. 
Palmer (C. S. ) Questions in chem. 

See Books. 
Panin (I.) See Books: Aphorisms. 
Parker (G. W.) .^Photographs. 
Parnell (C. S.) See Fine arts. 
Patten (G. ) Frank Merri well at Yale. 

See Books. 
Patuca. See Books. 



VIII 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Perm, remedy co. See Books: Prof. 

Hardy's rheumatic disks. 
Pepper (J. W.) See Musical comp. 
Perry ( E. A. ) See Books : 
Life of Christ. 
Musicians. 

See also Periodicals: Perry (The) mag. 
Peterman (A. L. ) Elem. of civil gov. 

See Books. 
Phelps pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Farm & home. Eastern ed. 

Southern ed. 

Good housekeeping. 
Philadelphia com. museum. See Books: 

Foreign com. guide. 
Philadelphia inquirer co. See Period- 
icals: Philadelphia inquirer. 
Phillips (D. L. ) See Books: Revolu- 
tionary martyrs. 
Photographische gesellschaft. See Fine 

arts. 
Pierson (C. D. ) See Books: Among the ' 

meadow people. 
Polk (R. L.) & co. See Books: 
Battle Creek city direct. 
Hastings city direct. 
Lafayette direct. 
Lewiston direct. 
Pollard (Charles Louis ) . See Periodicals : 

Plant (The) world. 
Pomeroy ( C. T. ) See Photographs. 
Pratt (P.) See Musical comp. 
Price & Lee co. See Books: Waterl >ury 

direct. 

See also Maps: Springfield. Ma>s. 
Princeton publishing co. See Periodicals: 

Princeton (The) alumni weekly. 
Procter & Gamble co. See Engravings, 

etc. 
Providence litho. co. See Chromos and 

lithos. 
Purchaser.-' ref. Set Books. 
Purdy (J. E. ) See Photographs. 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons. See Books: 
Erving (W.) Fur traders 
Stuckenberg (J. H. W.) Sociology. 
Pyroeide. See Books. 
Rahter ( D. ) See Musical comp. 
Rand-McNally cV- co. See Periodicals: 

Rand-MeXall v( The) bankers' monthl v. 
Rathom (J. R. > See Books: 
Frenchman in Chicago. 
In the ghetto. 
Rawlett (A. B. ) See Engravings, etc. 
Red book corporation. See Periodicals: 

Red (The) book. 
Redcliffe (F. J.) co. See Chromos and 

lithos. 
Redemption of satan. See Dramatic comp. 
Reese (J. L. ) See Musical comp. 
Reference handbk. of the med. sciences. 

See Books. 
Reinecke (G.) See Musical comp. 
Remsen (I.) See Books: Introd. to the 

study of carbon. 



Resident & bus. direct, of Kennebec co. 

See Books. 
Reuben Maxwell. See Dramatic comp. 
Revell ( F. H. ) co. See Books: 

Harband (B. M. ) Daughters of dark- 
ness. 
O'Connor (J. C. ) Esperanto. 
Rich (H. S. ) <fe co. See Periodicals: 

Western (The) brewer. 
Richards (F. I.) See Photographs. 
Richardson. Smith & co. See Books: 

Cady (M. R. ) Picture stories. 
Ricorcii ( G. ) and C. See Musical comp. 
Ridenour (C. H.), treas., army & navy 
pub. co. See Periodicals: XL S. navy 
and marine corps directory. 
Riis (J. A. ) Peril & pres. of the home. 

See Books. 
Riley (M.) See Dramatic comp. : Chris- 
tened. 
Roberts I Mrs. S. ) See Musical comp. 
Robertson ( M. ) Sinful Peck. See Books. 
Robinson (Wm. J.) See Periodicals 
Medico-pharmaceutical critic and guide. 
Rogers & Eastman. See Musical comp. 
Ronsard ( P. de ) . Songs. ■ See Books. 
Rosenfeld (M. H.) See Musical comp. 
Rosewig (A. H. ) X- Musical comp. 
Ruelberg (R. ) See Engravings, etc. 
Ruggles (E. L. ) See Musical comp. 
Rules for playing faciato. See Books. 
Russell (R. H.) See Books: 
Ade (G. I Modern fables. 
Hawks ! W. Boss canvasman. 
Le Gallienne (R. ) Literary letter. 
Rutherford (F. A.) See Musical comp. 
Saalfield iR. A. ) Sec Books: Fennimore 

I R. ) Bible stories. 
Sabin (E. L. ) See Books: Thrifty John- 
nie. 
Saint or sinner. See Dramatic comp. 
Salesman's handbk. See Books. 
Salisbury (0. D. ) See Books: Rules. 
Sanborn map co. See Maps: 
( ruernsey, Wyo. 
Hudson, N. Y. 
Jellico, Tenn. 
Lincoln. Nebr. 
Orlando, Fla. 
Quincy, Fla. 
Saint Louis. Mo. 
Tinimonsville. Mass. 
Troy, Ala. 
Wakefield. Mass. 
Wheatland, Wyo. 
Sargent (F. L. ) See Books: Scheme for 

plant anal. 
Schaefer (Joseph). See Periodicals: 

Christliche (Die) mutter. 
Schatzel (A.) See Books: Physical cul- 
ture. 
Schirmer (G.) See Musical comp. 
Schmidt (A. P.) See Musical comp. 
Schuberth (E. ) &co. See Musical comp. 



INDEX To No. 626 



IX 






Scran ton, Wetmore & co. See Books: 
Hallock (G. B. F. I See Books: Orange 
blossoms. 

Scribner's (C.) sons. See Chromos and 

lithos. 
Shaeffer (A.) See Musical comp. 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co. See [Musical 

comp. 
Sheard (C.) and co. See Musical comp. 
Shepard i F. ) co. See Books: 
Shepard'a Mich, citations. 
Supplement. 
Shibley (G. H.) See Books: Majority 

rule. 
Simmons hardware co. See Books: Fur- 
niture dealers' cat. 
Sinclair ( U. B. ) Prince Hagen. See 

Books. 
Sisters of Mercy. See Musical comp. 
Sites ( W. C. ) See Dramatic comp. : Lady 

servant. 
Six years of drama. See French (C. E. ) 
Slemona ( F. ) See Dramatic comp. : Saint 

or sinner. 
Smith (F. B. ) How Paris amuses itself. 

See Books. 
Smokers' magazine co. See Periodicals: 

Smokers (The) mag. 
Snyder (C.) New conceptions in sci. See 

Books. 
Sorby (H.) See Books: Oxychlorine. 
Spearman (F. H. ) See Books: Roadmas- 

ter's story. 
Spots & stains. See Books. 
Stace ( A. W. ; See Dramatic comp. : Mid- 
night mystery. 
Stahl (A.) See Musical comp. 
Stanton (John J.) See Periodicals: Milk 

(The) reporter. 
Stebbins ( N. L. ) See Photographs. 
Steele (C. J.) See Books: Music. 
Steele (J. G.) See Fine arts. 
Stein (F. J.) See Books: College course 

of shorthand. 
Stern (J. W. ) & co. See Musical comp. 
Stock (P. V.) See Dramatic comp.: Cla- 

risse Arbois. 
Stohwasaer (J. J.) See Musical comp. 
Stokes (F. A.) co. See Books: Hickman 

(TV. A.) Sacrifice of the Shannon. 
Street & Smith. See Books: 
Bravej& bold. 
Buffalo Bill stories. 
Diamond Dick, jr. 
Jesse James stories. 
New Nick Carter. 
Old Broadbrim weekly. 
Patten (G. ) Frank Mem well at Yale. 
Tip top weekly. 
Strobridge litho. co. See Chromos and 

lithos. 
Stuckenberg (J. H. W. ) Sociology. See 

Books. 
Success co. See Periodicals: Success. 
Summerfield (F. ) See Dramatic comp.: 

Away from home. 



Summy (C. F.) company. See Musical 
comp. 

Sun printing A: pub. assoc. See Period- 
icals: Evening (The) sun. 

Suter ( W. N.) Refraction & motility of 
the eye. See Books. 

Swan (F.) & Swan (J. A.) See Books: 
Swan (J. R. ) Treatise on laws of Ohio. 

Swan (J- P-) Treatise. See Books. 

Sweney (L. E.) and Hood (J. J.) See 
Musical comp. 

Swoboda (H. 0.) See Books: H. 0. S. 
all copper panelboard. 

Taber-Prang art co. See Photographs. 

Tarn men (H. H.) See Engravings, etc. 

Tanner (J. M. ) See Books: Utah suppl. 

Technical press of America. See Period- 
icals: Automobile (The) review & Au- 
tomobile news. 

Temperance drama. See Dramatic comp. 

Thompson (C. W.) & co. See Musical 
comp. 

Thompson ( H. B. ) Psychological norms. 
See Books. 

Tibbott (E. A. ) See Musical comp. 

To the shareholders in Patuca. See Books. 

Torbert ( W. S. ) See Books: Comprehen- 
sive index. 

Tousey (F.) See Books: 
Frank Reade. 
James boys weekly. 
Liberty boys of '76. 
Pluck "& luck. 
Secret service. 
Wild west weekly. 
Work & win. 

Tozer (A. E. ) See Musical comp. 

Treat (E. B.) & co. See Periodicals: Ar- 
chives of pediatrics. 

Trolley tripsin & around Phil. See Books. 

Trolley trips through southern New Eng. 
See Books. 

Trucksess (D. L. ) See Musical comp. 

Tuck (R. ) & sons co. See Engravings, 
etc. 

Tushinsky ( F. ) See Musical comp. 

Underwood & Underwood. See Photo- 
graphs. 

U. S. litho co. See Chromos and lithos. 
See also Photographs. 

University of Chicago. See Books: 

Marie de France. Espurgatoire Saint 

Patriz of Marie de France. 
Thompson (H. B. ) Psychol, norms. 

Univ. of Penna. press. See Periodicals: 
Univ. of Penna. medical bulletin. 

Vail(W. L.) See Books: 
Kip (I. L.) Betsy Ross. 
Washington's ragged rebels. 

Vandersloot music company. See Musical 
comp. 

Van Zile (E. S.) Defending the bank. 
See Books. 

Veazie (G. A.) jr. See Musical comp. 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Vos (B. J.) Essentials of Ger. See 

Books. 
Walker ( G. H. ) & co. See Maps : 

Boston proper. 

Copley Square (Around). 

North Shore, Mass. Bav. 

South Shore, Mass. Bay. 
Walsh (J. H. ) See Books: New gram. 

school arith. 
Walters (J.) See Chromos and lithos. 
Ward & Drammond co. See Books: 

Andrews (L. L. ) Bible markings. 
Warner (E. B. ) See Books: Gillespie , 

(A. V.) Why the old world. 
Warner (J. H. ) See Musical comp. 
Waterbury direct. See Books: 
AVehmarm (J.) See Musical comp. 
Wehse (F. ) See Books: Elem. of Ger. 

syntax. 
Werner (W.) See Books. 

After years of life. 

Grandma Bennett's welcome. 

Harriet's wedding. 

Her pursuit of the bubble. 

In neighboring gardens. 

Mrs. Chel ton's shroud. 

Modest Mr. Mann. 

Realized dream. 

Street player. 

Those gray horses. 
Wernthal (0.) See Musical comp. 
West pub. co. See Books: Federal re- 
porter. 
Western tire appliance co. See Books: 

Pyrocide. 
Western pub. co. See Books: Williams 

(S. ) Empire in the making. 
Westing house elec. & mfg. co. See Books: 

Westinghouse instruments. 

Westinu'house oil switches. 



Wheaton (W. D. ) See Musical comp. 
White (S. M.) See Photographs. 
White & Warner. See Books: Trolley 

trips. 
Whitney-Warner publishing company. 

See Musical comp. 
Widdows (J. M. ) See Musical comp. 
Wide awake story bk. See Books. 
Wideman (W. C.) See Books: Biolog. 

apparatus. 
Willcocks & co., ltd. See Musical comp. 
Willcox (H. H.) See Engravings, etc. 
Williams (E. L. ) Mutineers. See Books. 
Williams (F. H.) Roentgen rays. See 

Books. 
Williams & co. See Books: Purchasers' 

ref. 
Willig (G. ) & co. See Musical comp. 
Willson (H. B.) & co. See Books: How 

we get patents. 
Wilson (H. L. ) Lions of the Lord. See 

Books. 
Witkowski (K.) See Fine arts. 
Witmark (M. ) & sons. See Dramatic 

comp: Babes in Toy land. 

See also Musical comp. 
Wood (B. F. ) music company. See Mu- 
sical comp. 
Wood(W.)&co. See Books: Reference 

handbk. of the med. sciences. 

See also Periodicals: American (The) 
journal of obstetrics. 
Wooldridge (C. R. ) See Books: Detect- 
ive's guide. 
Young men's Christian ass'ns of North 

Amer. Ed. dept. R. R. ed. prospectus. 

See Books. 
Zapffe(F. C. ) Bacteriology. See Books. 



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Maps and Charts 

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Including book^ and pamphlets; leaflets, etc.; and periodical contributions; arranged alphabetically 

by author or title. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copyright bv American telephone journal company, New York. 
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Abbott (Arthur Vaughan). Electrical 
measurements. Article 13. 32031 

American telephone journal com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. A 62445, 
June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Abhedananda, swdmi. Vedanta philoso- 
phy. Divine heritage of man, by 
Swdmi Abhedananda. New York, 
The Vedanta society [1903] 215 p. 
front, (port.) 19^ cm. 
3—14879 32032 

Swdmi Abhedananda, Calcutta, 
India. A 58274, Apr. 27, 1903; 2 c. 
June 13, 1903. 

Adams (M. Winchester). The calendar. 

Sheet, 9 by 4 inches. 32033 

M. W. Adams, Newark, N. J. A 

62200, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Ade (George). Modern fables; the mod- 
ern fable of the cub lover, the superior 
dad and the ladv who told the truth. 

32034 
Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 61315, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 
17, 1903. 

The adventures of Tom Thumb and other 
stories . . . New York, McLough- 
lin brothers [1903] 2 p. 1., 154, [2] p. 
col. front,, illus. 24 cm. 
3—14865 32035 

Illus. t.-p. 

McLoughlin bros., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A 62067, June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 
1903. 

Aladdin; or, The wonderful lamp, and 
other stories. New York, McLough- 
lin brothers [1903] 2 p. 1., 155, [ljp. 
col. front., illus. 24 cm. 
3— 14S66 32036 

McLoughlin bros., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A 62066, June 16, 1903; 2 c" June 16, 
1903. 



Alden, [Isabella (McDonald)] " Mrs. G. 
R. Alden," 1841- Mara, by " Pansy " 
(Mrs. G. R. Alden) . . . Boston, 
Lothrop publishing company [1903] 
4 p. 1., 341 p. front., 3 pi. 19* cm. 
3—13620 32037 

Lothrop publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 60611, May 27, 1903; 
2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Aldrich (Eya). Self mastery. 34 pp. 
32°. 32038 

E. Aldrich, Emporia, Kans. A 56630, 
Apr. 2, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Ali Baba; or, The forty thieves, and other 
stories . . . New York, McLoughlin 
brothers [1903] 2 p. 1., 153, [3] p. col. 
front., illus. 24 cm. 
3—14864 32039 

Illus. t.-p. 

McLoughlin bros., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
A 62064, June 16, 1903 ; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

America' s dramatic correspondence 

school, system of instruction. 20 pp. 

16°. 32040 

Harry Smith, Detroit, Mich. A 

56360, Mar. 19, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Asotin and Whitman counties, Wash. 
Latah, Idaho, Nez Perces cos., Idaho, 
telephone directory. April, 1903. 10 
pp. 8°. 32041 

Pacific states telephone and telegraph 
company, San Francisco, Cal. A 57567, 
Apr. 15,' 1903; 2 c. May 13, 1903. 

Asphalt and gravel ready roofing, series 

10. 20 pp. illus. 48° obi. 32042 

Asphalt roofing company, St. Louis, 

Mo. A 60575, May 27, 1903; 2 c. June 

5, 1903. 

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At the note of danger. In Chicago daily 
news, June 12, 1903. 32043 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 60120, 
May 20, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Austin, Alfred. Flodclen Field; a trag- 
edy . . . New York and London, 
Harper & brothers, 1903. v, 136, [1] 
p. 20w cm. 



3—14574. 



32044 



Bashford, Herbert. 

care [poems] . . 
The Whitaker & 
corpora ted) 1901. 
3—13914 



Beyond the gates of 
San Francisco, 
Rav company (in- 
100 p. 18 cm. 

32049 



H. Bashford, San Francisco, Cal. A 

61229, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

The wolves of the sea and other 

poems . . . San Francisco, The 

Whitaker & Ray company (incorpo- 
rated) 1901. 63 p. 18 cm." 
3—13911 32050 

H. Bashford, San Francisco, Cal. A 

61230, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Bates, Alfred, ed. The drama; its history, 
Literature and influence on civilization. 
Editor-in-chief: Alfred Bates . . . 
[Victorian ed.] [v. 1] London, 

The Athenian society, 1903. 3 v. 
illus. (partly col.) plates. 24 cm. 
3—13946 32051-32053 

Associate editors: James P. Boyd . . . Prof. 
John P. Lamberton. 

Contents. — V. 1. Greek drama.— v. 2. Greek 
and Roman drama.— v. :!. Oriental drama. 

A. Bates, Philadelphia, Pa. A 60678, 
May 14, 1903; 2 c. Mav 25, 1903. A 
61340, June 1, 1903; 2 c. Mav 29, 1903. 
A 61089, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 



A. Austin, Great Britain. A 61215, | 
June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Bailev (Temple). Drusilla's garden. 

32045 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
62354, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. I 

Baker, Grant, Harney, Union and Wal- | 
Iowa counties telephone directory. J 
May, 1902. 14 pp. 8°. 32046 

Pacific states telephone and telegraph 
company, San Francisco, Cal. A 33943, 
May 26, 1902; 2 c. May 9, 1903. 

Balfour has only postponed the threat- 
ened cabinet crisis. 32047 
New York times, New York. N. Y. 
A 61943, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, ; 
1903. 

Barker (Anthony). The most scientific 
physical culture. 32048 

A. Barker, New York, N. Y. A 61443, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 



Baugh's animal bone fertilizers for autumn 
and spring use. 96 pp. 24°. nar. 

32054 
Baugh & sons company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 59810, May 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 5, 1903. 

Baumbach, Rudolf. Tales from Wonder- 
land; tr. by Helen B. Dole, adapted 
for American children bv William S. 
M. Silber . . . New York, A. Lovell 
& company, 1903. iv p., 1 1., 122 p. 
19 cm. 
3—14708 32055 

Contents.— The magic bow. — The Christmas 
rose.— The clover leaf. — The adder queen. — 
The water of forgetfulness.— The witching 
stone.— The donkey's spring. — The Easter 
rabbit. 

A. Lovell & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 57571, Apr. 15, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 
1903. 

Bell, J[ames] J[oy] Ethel . . . New 
York and London, Harper & brothers, 
1903. iii, 196, [1] p. 17J cm. 
3—13935 32056 

Harper & bros.. New York, N. Y. 
A 60546, May 27, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Benefits under accident policies. 1903. 

folder, 8x17. 32057 

Spectator company, New T York, N. Y. 

A 59510, May 13, 1903; 2 c. May 13, 1903. 

Bienailly (Paul). A country marriage. 

32058 
Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington, Vt. A 61886, June 15, 
1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Bierce (Ambrose). The melancholy au- 
thor and his troubles. 32059 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62310, June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Billings, John S[haw] ed. Physiological 
aspects of the liquor problem; investiga- 
tions made bv and under the direction 
of W. O. At water, John S. Billings, 
H. P. Bowditch, R. H. Chittenden, 
and W. H. Welch, sub-committee of 
the Committee of fifty to investigate 
the liquor problem. Boston and New 
York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 
1903. 2 v." 23 cm. 

3—14025 32060-32061 

J. S. Billings, New York, N. Y. A 
60780-60781, June 1, 1903; 2 c. each 
June 4, 1903. 

Blackburn (Kathleen). A passion in a 
prison. 32062 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61028, June 3, i903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 



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Blouet(Paulb rhe Englishman's wife, 

by Max O'Rell. 32063 

W. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 

62382, June 22, 1903; 2c. June 22, 1903. 

How to live on what you've got. 

32064 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York. X. Y. A 

62381, June 22, L903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

In defence of homeliness. 32065 

VY. R. Hearst. Xew York, N. Y. A 
61804, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Women and their correspondence. 

32066 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York, X. Y. A 

62380, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Boelsche (Wilhelm). Man's last enemy, 

the monster bacillus. 32067 

T. C. McClure, Xew Y'ork, X. Y. A 

62225, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Boyd's directory of Harrisburg and 
Steelton . . . 1903 [Harrisburg, Pa.] 
W. H. Boyd co., 1903. fold. map. 24 
em. 32068 

Guv Mortimer Bovd, Reading, Pa. 
A 60904, June 2, 1903 f 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Bradford's Xew York dry goods direc- 
tory . . . [11th annual ed. 1903- 
1901] Xew York, J. B. Bradford, 
1903. 15* x 8 cm. 32069 

James B. Bradford. Xew York, X. Y. 
A 61013, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Brezina (Stastny). Easy exercises for 

developing the legs. 320 7 

T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61916, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Bridges (John). The girl I left behind 

me. 32071 

T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61915, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Bridgman, Joseph Clark. Happenings 
in our home. 2d ed. ; with an intro- 
duction by Margaret E. Sangster; illus- 
trated by L. J. Bridgman. Boston, 
J. C. Bridgman [19031/ [216] p. front., 
illus. 26* cm. 

3—13800 " 32072 

J. C. Bridgman, Hvde Park. Mass. 

A 57163, Apr. 8, 1903; 2 c. May 14,1903. 

Brief treatise on patents, trademarks and 

copyrights. 16 pp. 16°. 32073 

Benj. T. Rood house and David P. 

Moore, Chicago, 111. A 55470, Mar. 18, 

1903; 2 c. May 21, 1903. 

Brochner, Jessie. Danish life in town 
and country. Xew Y^ork and Lon- 
don, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1903. vii, 
266 p. front., 15 pi. 19 cm. (Half- 
title: Our European neighbours . . . ) 
3—13073. 32074 

G. P. Putnam's sons, Xew Y'ork, 
X. Y. A 60130, May 21, 1903; 2 c. 
Mav 23, 1903. 



Brookline 1903 directory . . . no. 24. 
Boston, Mass., W. A. Greenough & co., 
1903. fold. map. 25.', x 20 cm. 

32075 
W. A. Greenough & co., Boston, 
Mass. A 60302, Mav 23, 1903; 2 c. 
June 9, 1903. 

Brooklyn engineers' club. Proceedings 
for i902 . . . Brooklyn, X. Y., 

Brooklyn engineers' club, 1903. front, 
(port.) plates, port., plans, diagrs. 
23£ cm. 32076 

Brooklyn engineers' club, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. A 61630, June 11, 1903; 2 c. 
May 20, 1903. 

Brown, Anna Robeson "Mrs. C. H. Burr, 
/V." Truth and a woman. Chicago, 
'H. S. Stone & company, 1903. 2 p. 1., 
206 p., 1 1. 18 cm. 

3—13592 32077 

Herbert S. Stone & co., Chicago, 111. 

A 60245, May 22, 1903; 2c. May 23, 1903. 

Brown (Cornelius Morton). Cotton tail; 

or, The rabbits convention. 6 pp. 16°. 

39078 

C. M. Brown, Xewark, X. J. A 59700, 
May 15, 1903; 2 c. May 9, 1903. 

Brown school of correspondence. Salt 
Lake City. Second grade normal course, 
no. 3 . . . Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Brown school of correspondence [1903] 
illus. 23 cm. 32079 

Brown school of correspondence, 
Salt Lake Citv, Utah. A 61107, June 
4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

[Browne, George Waldo] Little Snap 
the postboy; or, Working for Uncle 
Sam, by Victor St. (lair [pse,ud.] . . . 
Xew York and London, Street cv Smith 
[1903] 2 p. 1., ii, [7] -278 p. front., 
plates. 19 cm. 

3—13373 32080 

Street & Smith, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 60533, May 26, 1903; 2 c. Mav 26, 
1903. 

Browne (Walter). An artist's model. 

32081 
Dailv store publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. " A 61919, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Bulletin no. 4323, Mav, 1903. 7 pp. 4°. 

32082 
General electric company, Schenec- 
tady, X. Y r . A 60185, Mav 21, 1903; 2 
c. May 21, 1903. 

Burlington city and Winooski directory 
for 1903 . *. . [15th annual ed.] 
[Burlington, Vt.] L. P. Waite & co., 
1903. fold. map. 24 cm. 32083 

L. P. Waite & co., Xewburgh, X. Y. 
A 60222, Mav 22, 1903; 2 c. Mav 22, 
1903. 



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Burnz, Mrs. Eliza Boardnian. Pure phon- 
ics for home and kindergarten; short 
essays which present the need and 
method of teaching the elementary 
sounds of the English language to child- 
ren before they are taught to read script 
or print . . . New York, Burnz & 
company [1903] 2 p. 1., 7-85 p. 20 
cm. 
3—14575 32084 

E. B. Burnz, New York, N. Y. A 
59590, May 14, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Burrell (David James). The wireless 
messages of God. 8 pp. 12°. 32085 

D. J. Burrell, New York, N. Y. A 
60029, May 19, 1903; 2 c. May 19, 1903. 

Burton, Ernest De Witt. Principles and 
ideals for the Sunday school; an essay 
in religious pedagogy, by Ernest De 
Witt Burton & Shailer Mathews . . . 
Chicago, The University of Chicago 
press, 1903. vii, 207 p. 20 cm. 
3—13941 32086 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 58693, May 2, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Bushee, Frederick, Alexander] Ethnic 
factors in the population of Boston 
. . . New York, Published for the 
American economic association by the 
Macmillan company; London, S. Son- 
nenschieu & co., 1903. vi p., 1 1., 
171 p. 24] cm. (American economic 
association. Publications. 3d series, 
v. 4, no. 2) 
3—14875 32087 

American economic association, Ith- 
aca, N. Y. A 60181, May 14. L903; 2 
c. June 3, 1903. 

Bushnell, Horace. Nature and the super- 
natural as together constituting the one 
system of God. Centenaryed. New 

York, C. Scribner's sons,' 1903. xviii 

p., 1 1., 510 p. 20^ cm. 

3—14881 32088 

Mary A. Bushnell, Hartford, Conn. 
A 60560, May 27,1903; 2 c. June 12,1903. 

Caland, Elisabeth. Artistic piano-play- 
ing as taught by Ludwig Deppe, to- 
gether with practical advice on ques- 
tions of technic; authorized translation 
by Evelyn Sutherland Stevenson. 
[Nashville, Tenn., The Olympian 
publishing co., 1903] 2 pts. in 1 v. 
front., illus., port. 23.1 cm. 
3—14258 32089 

F. S. Stevenson. Nashville, Tenn. A 
59734. May 8, 1903; 2 c. May 8, 1903. 



Caldwell, Howard \V [alter] Great 

American legislators; source extracts 

. . . Chicago, 111., J. H. Miller, 

1900. viii, 247 p. 20 cm. 

3—11687 32090 

Contents.— Albert Gallatin.— John Quincy 

Adams. — Henry Clay.— Daniel Webster.— 

John C. Calhoun.— Charles Sumner. — Stephen 

A. Douglas.— William H. Seward.— Salmon P. 

Chase. — James G. Blaine. 

J. H. Miller, United States. A 60175 
May 9, 1903; 2 c. May 2, 1903. 

Can field (H. S.) The hotel clerk, Lo- 
quitur. . 32091 
Dailv storv publishing companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 62435, June 22, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 

i Captain's (The) ransom. 32092 

Foreign storv svndicate company, 

Burlington, Vt. A 62372, June 20, 
1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Cardinal primer and guide to health. 24 

pp. 16°. 32093 

Charles W. Johnson, Minneapolis, 

Minn. A 30827, Apr. 12, 1902; 2 c. 

Apr. 22, 1902. 

Care of the bathing girl's hair. 32094 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

62467, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Cams, Paul. The surd of metaphysics; 
an inquiry into the question, Are there 
things in themselves? . . . Chicago, 
The Open court publishing company; 
London, K. Paul, Trench, Triibner £ 
companv, ltd., 1903. vi, 233 p. 20 cm. 
3—14434 32095 

( >pen court publishing company, Chi- 
cago, ill. A 61084, June 4, 1903; 2 c. 
June 6, 1903. 

Casson (Herbert X. ) Curious power of 

organization. 32096 

\Y. D. Boyce company, Chicago, 111. 

A 62148, June 17, 1903; 2c. Junel7,1903. 

Chamberlain's plan still the chief topic 

in England. 32097 

New York times, New York. X. Y. 

A 62470, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 

L903. 

Chambers, I[saiah] Mench. The modern 

devil, his play between the false and 
the good; being a searching allegory 
on the subtle intrigues of the devil 
within the church, the home and 
modern society . . . with an introduc- 
tion by Rev. J. R. Miller, n. d. Pic- 
tures by J. Francis Hart. Philadel- 
phia, international publishing co. 
[1903] xxvi p., 1 1., 29-520 p. incl. 
front., 32 pi. 23.1 cm. 
3—14885 32098 

I. M. Chambers, Merchantville, N. J. 
A 53085, Feb. 14, 1903; 2 c. .Time 17. 
1903. 



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Charming, Edward. First lessons in 
United States history . . . New- 

York, London, The Macmillan com- 
pany, 1903. vi p., 1 I., 260 p. eol. 
front., illus., 5 col. pi. \9\ cm. 
3—13906 32099 

Macmillan company, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 60907, June 2, 1903; 2 c. 
June 2, 1903. 

Channing, William Ellery. Discourses 
on war, with an introduction by Ed- 
win IX Mead. Boston, For the In- 
ternational union [bv] Ginn & com- 
pany. 1903. lxi, 229 p. 20 cm. 
3—13571 32100 

Contents. — Introduction, by Edwin D. 
Mead.— War and human brotherhood.— First 
discourse on war.— Second discourse on war.— 
Lecture on war. — The citizen's duty in war 
which he condemns. — The passion for do- 
minion.— Lessons from the life of Napoleon 
Bonaparte.— The founder of the Massachu- 
setts peace society.— National destiny in na- 
tional character. 

International union, United States, 
A 59821, May 16, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 
1903. 

Cheeyer, Mrs. Harriet A [una] Lord 
Dolphin . . . illustrated by Diantha 
W. Home. Boston, D. Estes & com- 
pany, [1903] 97 p. inch front. 5 pi. 
19 cm. 

3—14861 32101 

Dana Estes & co.. Boston, Mass. A 

60636, May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Mother Bunny . . . illustrated by 

Diantha W. Home. Boston, D. Estes 

& company [1903] 97 p. inch front. 
5 pi. 19 cm. 

3—11706 32102 

Dana Estes & co., Boston, Mass. A 

60634, May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Childe, Cromwell. Xew York . . . 
[Brooklyn] Brooklyn daily eagle, 1903. 
80 p. illus. (incl. maps) 15 cm. 
(Brooklyn eagle library, y. 18, no. 4, 
serial no. 76) " 32103 

Brooklyn daily eagle, Brooklyn, 



X. Y. A 60152, 
June 1, 1903. 



May 21, 1903; 2 c. 



Clark (E. E.) says an equitable divi- 
sion of the rewards of toil the only 
basis for true prosperity. 32104 

W. D. Bovce company. Chicago, 111. 
A 62147, June 17, 1903;" 2 c. June 17, 
1903. 

Clark (Fred). Fading away. Sheet, 8 
by 5 inches. 32105 

*F. Clark, Pryor Creek, Ind. T. A ! 
62191, June 18. 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. I 



Clark | Fred) —Continued. 

A photograph from home. Sheet, 

9 by 6 inches. 32106 

F. Clark, Pryor Creek, Ind. T. A 

62190, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June IS, 1903. 

Clark, [Harriet Elizabeth (Abbott)] 
"Mrs. Francis E. Clark." Junior 
endeavor in theory and practice. 
Boston and Chicago, United society of 
Christian endeavor [1903] 232 p. 
19 cm. 

3—14425 32107 

United society of Christian endeavor, 
Boston, Mass. * A 60818, June 1, 1903; 
2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Clark, T[heodore] M[inot] Building 
superintendence; a manual for young 
architects, students and others inter- 
ested in building operations as carried 
on at the present day, . . . Xew ed. 
Rev. and rewritten. Xew York, 
London, The Macmillan company, 
1903. 4 p. 1., 306 p. illus. 22* cm.' 
3—13374 32108 

Macmillan company, Xew Y'ork, 
X. Y. A 60563. May' 27, 1903; 2 c. 
May 27, 1903. 

Coleman, AValter Moore. The elements 
of physiology for schools, . . . illus- 
trated by colored plates and manikin 
and 248 figures in the text. Xew 

Y"ork, London, The Macmillan com- 
pany, 1903. xi, 367 p. illus., pi. 
(partly col.) 20 cm. 
3—9638 32109 

Macmillan company, Xew Y^ork, 
X. Y. A 57503, Apr.' 14, 1903; 2 c. 
Apr. 14, 1903. 

Colton, Buel P[reston] Zoology, de- 
scriptive and practical. . . . pt. 1. 
Boston, D. C. ^Heath cc co., 1903. 
front., illus. 19 cm. (On cover: Sci- 
ence text-books) 

3—14440 32110 

Contents. — pt. 1. Descriptive. 
B. P. Colton, Normal, 111. A 61491, 
June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Conway (John Joseph). Frenchmen 

hail Loubet's visit to England as a 

proper warning to the Kaiser. 32111 

W. li. Hearst, Xew Y'ork, X. Y. A 

62453, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Cooley, Alice 'Woodworth. Language 
lessons from literature; book 2, by 
A. AY. Cooley . . . assisted by W. F. 
Webster . . . Boston, Xew York 

[etc.] Houghton, Mifflin and company 
[1903] illus. 19* cm. (Webster- 
Cooley language series) 32112 

Houghton. Mifflin & co., Boston, 
Mass. " A 60286, May 23, 1903; 2 c. 
Mav 25, 1903. 



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Cooper (Oswald). Hints on drawing. 
Pt. 4. In High school life, May, 1903. 

32113 
0. Cooper, Chicago, 111. A 60390, 
May 25, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Course of 12 lessons in Graham's standard 
phonography. Lesson 7. In American 
woman, July, 1903. 32114 

Andrew J. Graham & co., Xew York, 
N. Y. A 62116, .June 17, 1903; 2 c. 
June 25, 1903. 

Covey, A. Dale. The secrets of special- 
ists . . . 1st ed. Detroit, Mich., 
Physicians supply company [1903] 
304 p. illus. 23 cm. 
3—14131 32115 

A. D. Covey, Detroit, Mich. A 53883, 
Feb. 20, 1903; 2 c. May 20, 1903. 

Cowgill, Jean. " Fortune knocks once" 
. . . written for new thought people by 
J. Cowgill and F. G. Druiding. Chi- 
cago, S. Flower [1903] cover-title, 
86 p., 3 1. inch illus., plates, ports. 25 
cm. 32116 

SvdnevFlower, Chicago, 111. A 61396, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Coy ney ( AYeston ) . The world' s loneliest 

mail route. 32117 

AY. Covney, Dawson, Alaska, A 

61903, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Cozy corner library. 32118 

Prairie farmer pub. co., Chicago, 111. 

A 61409, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Crosby (G. Ellery). The triumph of the 

red-headed devil. 32119 

George E. Crosby, jr., Hartford, 

Conn. A 61581, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 

June 17, 1903. 

Cnlter, Mary McCrae. The girl who 
kept up. Illustrated by C. Louise Wil- 
liams. Boston, Lee and Shepard, 
1903. 6 p., 1 1., 7-301 p. front., 7 pi. 
19 cm. 

3— 14S52 32120 

Lee and Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 

53633, Feb. 21, L903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Cummins (Harle < hven ). When a caddie 

intervened. 32121 

T. C. McClure, New York, X. Y. A 

61912, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Czar's (The) right hand. 32122 

Frank G. Carpenter, Washington, 
1). C. A 61883, June 15, 11)03; 2 c. 
June 15. 1903. 

Dale (Alan). Four mature French 
actresses strive for London's favor. 

32123 

W. B. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 

62549, June 2:;, L903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 



Dana, H[arley] T[uttle]. Stray poems 
and early history of the Albany and 
Susquehanna railroad. York, Pa., 
P. Anstadt & sons, 1903. viii, 9-232 p. 
front, (port. ) illus. 19 cm. 
3—13559 32124 

H. T. Dana, Cobleskill, X. Y. A 
59991, May 7, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Dangerrleld (Clinton). How Michau 

kept his vow. 32125 

T. C. McClure, New York, X. Y. A 

62356, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Davids, T[homas] W[illiam] Rhys. 
Buddhist India . . . Xew York, 

G. P. Putnam's sons; London, T. F. 
Unwin, 1903. 1 p. 1. , xv, 332 p. front. , 
illus., fold. map. 20 cm. (The story 
of the nations) 

3—14836 32126 

G. P. Putnam's sons, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 61510, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 12, 1903. 

Death rate per cent of mean insurance in 
force of 29 life insurance companies 
from 1883 to 1902. Leaflet, 5 x 8*. 

3 _ 2127 

Spectator company, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 60291, May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

. [De la Ramee, Louise.] Printer's pie, a 

parable by Ouida. 32128 

Harper & brothers. New York, X. Y. 

A 60895, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

De Morales and his American wife go to 

Mexico. 32129 

W. R. Hearst. Xew YY)rk, X. Y. A 

61934, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Dill (James B.) The problem of success 
for young men and how to solve it. 

32130 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

62152, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Directory of directors in the city of Chi- 
cago [3d annual ed. . .. 1903] Chi- 
cago, The Audit company of Xew York, 
1903. 29 cm. 

3—14404 32131 

Audit company of Xew York, Chi- 
cago, III. A 52391, Feb. 5, 1903; 2 c. 
June 10, 1903. 

' Dix (Dorothy). How the little lambs 
went astray. 32132 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
62375, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

— Studies in natural history; the 

author. ' 32133 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York. X. Y. A 

61936, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 



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Pix ( Dorothv) —Continued. 

The sister. 32134 

W. K. Hearst, New York. N. Y. A 
62450, June 22, 1903; 2c. June22, 1908. 

Things that please men. 32135 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62309, June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

When economy doesn't pay. 32136 

W. R. Hearst, New York. N. Y. A 
62548, June 23, 1903; 2c. June 23, 1903. 

The wife who tried to be perfect, 

32137 

AY. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 

62219, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Dodge (Henry Xehemiah). The mys- 
tery of the west. 32138 
H. X. Dodge, Morristown, X. J. A 
62115, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Dos Passos, John R, The Anglo-Saxon 
century and the unification of the Eng- 
lish-speaking people . . . XewYork 
and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1903. 
xiii, 242 p. 22* cm. 
3—13928 32139 

J. R. Dos Passos, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 61185, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Du Bois (Tryntje). On the way to Belle- 
garde. 32140 
T. C. MeClure, Xew York, X, Y. A 
61911, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Dubbs, Joseph Henry. History of Frank- 
lin and Marshall college; Franklin col- 
lege, 1787-1853; Marshall college, 1836- 
1853; Franklin and Marshall' college, 
1853-1903. Lancaster, Pa., Franklin 
and Marshall college alumni associa- 
tion, 1903. xiv, 402 p. front., illus., 
plates, ports. 32* cm. 
3—14435 32141 

Bibliography: p. 382-394. 
Franklin and Marshall college alumni 
association, Lancaster, Pa. A 60082, 
May 20, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Memories of Yaie 



Dwight, Timothy 
life and men, 1845-1899. Xew York, 
Dodd, Mead and company, 1903. 5 p. 
>n ™). front., 11 pi., 36 port. 2H 

32142 



1. , 500 pp. 

cm. 

3—13568 

Dodd, Mead & co., Xew Y^ork, X'. Y. 
A 60618, May 28, 1903; 2 c. May 28,1903. 

Dyer. Edward 0[scar] Gnadensee, the 
lake of grace; a Moravian picture in a 
Connecticut frame . . . Boston, 

Chicago, The Pilgrim press [1903] 
291, [1] p., 1 1. front., plates. 21 cm. 
3— 14S7fi 32143 

E. 0. Over, Sharon, Conn. A 61110, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 



Eddy I Frances Marion), 
lover. 



A posthumous 
32144 



Dailv story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 61921, June L5, L903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. „ 

Edgar, William C[rowell] The story of 
a grain of wheat . . . with forty illus- 
trations. Xew York, D. Appleton 
and company, 1903. 195 p. inch front., 
illus. 19^ cm-. 
3—14136 " 32145 

D. Appleton & co., Xew York, X.Y. 
A 60628, May 28, 1903; 2 c. May 29,1903. 

Electricity in mining. 30 pp. 8°. 32146 

■\Yestinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 60109, 
May 20, 1903; 2 c. May 20, 1903. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. The complete 
works of R. W. Emerson ... v. 3. 
[Autograph centenary ed. Cam- 

bridge, Printed at the Riverside press, 
1903] front., pi. 23 cm. 32147 

Edward W. Emerson, Concord, Mass. 
A 60787, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 

The encyclopedia americana; a general 
dictionary of the arts and sciences, lit- 
erature, history, biography, geography, 
etc., of the world. Editor-in-chief: 
Frederick Converse Beach . . . man- 

- aging editor: Forrest Morgan . . . 
assistant editors: Nathan Haskell Dole 
. . . Edward Thomas Roe . . . Thom- 
as Campbell Copeland ... v. 1-2 
Xew York, Chicago, The Americana 
company [1903] front., illus., plates 
(partly col.) ports., maps. 27 cm. 
3—13061 32148-32149 

Frederick C. Beach, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 61232-61233, June 6, 1903; 2 c. each 
May 23, 1903. 

Evans (Thomas Coke). Personal remi- 
niscences of Horace Greeley. 32150 
T. C. Evans, Hewitt, X. J. A 62236, 
June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Personal reminiscences of James 

Gordon Bennett. 32151 

T. C. Evans, Hewitt, X. J. A 62235, 
June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Every composer must hold fast to the old 

masters. 32152 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

62452, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Examiner patterns nos. 8 & 9. 32153 

W. R. Hearst, Xew Y 7 ork, X. Y r . A 

61931, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 



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Expense rate per cent of mean insurance 

in force of 26 life insurance companies 

from 1883 to 1902. Leaflet, 8°. 32154 

Spectator company, New York, X. Y. 

A 60720, May 29, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Fennimore (Robert). Bible stories for 

little folks. Jacob's ladder. 32155 

Richard A. Saalfield, New York, N. Y. 

A 62363, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Rebekah at the well. 32156 

Richard A. Saalfield, New York, N.Y. 
A 61917, June 15, 1903; 2c. Junel5, 1903. 

Ferguson (Emma Henry). At eleven o' 
th' clock. 32157 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61030, June 3, i903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 

Fessenden, Mrs. Laura ( Dayton ) "2002' ' ; 
childlife one hundred years from now; 
pictures by S. P. Campbell. Chicago, 
Jamieson-Higgins co. [ c 1902] 1 p. 1., 
7-184 p. front, (port. ) illus. 22 cm. 
3-13818 32158 

Jamieson-Higgins company. Chi- 
cago, 111. A 29382, Mar. 24. 1903; 2 c. 
June 1, 1903. 

Fiske, Isabella Howe. A field of folk 
[poems] Boston, R. G. Badger, 1903. 
67 p. 20 cm. 

3—14030 32159 

Richard G. Badser, Boston, Mass. A 
61192, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Fitch, Clarke. The cruise of the train- 
ing ship; or, Clif Faraday's pluck . . . 
New York and London, Street & Smith 
[1903] 
19* cm. 

3—13933 32160 

Street & Smith, New York. N. Y. A 

61140, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

From port to port; or, Clif Faraday 

in many waters . . . New York 

and London, Street & Smith [1903] 
2 p. 1., ii, [7]-250 p. front. 192 cm. 
3—13931 32161 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
61139, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

A strange cruise; or, Clif Faraday's 

vacht chase . . . New York and 
London, Street & Smith [1903] 2 p. 
1., ii, [7]-268 p. front. 19. 1 , cm. 
3—13932 32162 

Street £ Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

61141, June 4, 1903; 2 c, June 4, 1903. 

Fitz-John Porter, a yicarious sacrifice. 
In Sunday call, Newark, N. J., June 

14, 1903. 32163 
Henry B. Schneidewind. New York, 

N. Y. A 61236, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 

15, 1903. 



Fling, Fred Morrow. Outline of histori- 
cal method . . . Lincoln, J. H. 
Miller, 1899. 124 p. 20 cm. 
3—12884 32164 

J. H. Miller, Chicago, 111. A 60176, 
May 9, 1903; 2 c. May 2, 1903. 

\ Foa, Mme. Eugenie [(Rodrigues-Gradis)] 
Le petit Robinson de Paris; ou, Le 
triomphe de l'industrie; ed. with notes 
and yocabulary, by Louise de Bonne- 
yille . . . New York, Cincinnati 
[etc.] American book company [1903] 
155 p. 18£ cm. 

3—14999 32165 

Louise de Bonneyille, Washington, 
D. C. A 56546, Apr. 1. 1903; 2 c. June 
17, 1903. 

Ford, S[amuel] H[o^ard] Baptist way- 
marks; principles and usages of gospel 
churches, mainly from authentic 
sources, with notes and comments. 
Philadelphia, American Baptist publi- 
cation society [1903] vi, 7-201 p. 
18J cm. 

3—14426 32166 

American Baptist publication society, 
Philadelphia, Pa. A 55462, Mar. 18, 
1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Forrester (Izola L. ) Prisoner of free- 
dom. 32167 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
62357, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Four-track series, no. 6. The Adiron- 
dack mountains. 83 pp. 8°. 2 maps. 

32168 
George H. Daniels, general passen- 
ger agent, New York, N. Y. A 60099, 
May 20, 1903; 2 c. May 20, 1903. 

Fowler (Lucy Vaughan). Her miniature. 

32169 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61024, June 3, 1903 ; 2 e. 
June 15, 1903. 



Fowler (Nathaniel C. ), 
teet. 



jr. The archi- 
32170 



N. C. Fowler, jr., Boston, Mass. A 
62441, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

The banker. 32171 

X. C. Fowler, jr., Boston, Mass. A 
62440, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Foxy Grandpa's Mother Goose. " Hark, 

hark, the dogs do bark." 32172 

W. P. Hearst, New York. N. Y. A 

61933, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15,1903. 

Humpty Dumpty. 32173 

\Y. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 
62468, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 



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Fremont, Augustus. Health and 

strength; a system of simple and effect- 
ive indoor exercises for the proper 
development of the human body . . . 
Philadelphia, Physical culture society 
of America [1903] 31 p. inch front. 
illus. 16" cm. 
3—14414 32174 

Henrv T. Coates & co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. A "58620, May 1, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 

1903. 

From Boston to Washington, one gigan- 
tic continuous city 50 vears from now. 

32175 

W. R. Hearst, New York. X. Y. A 
61928, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Fun and good health on a houseboat, no. 
3. 32176 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
61932, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Gambrill, J[ohn] Montgomery. Lead- 
ing events of Maryland history; with 
topical analyses, references, and ques- 
tions for original thought and research 
. . . Baltimore, Md., The Gushing 

co.. 1903. 1 p. 1., xi, 322 p. front., 
illus., maps. 19 cm. 
3—14873 32177 

" History of the counties of Maryland, from 
Tbe teachers' manual, comp. bvDr. M. Bates 
Stephens": p. [205] -237. 

J. M. Gambrill, United States. A 
59012, May 6, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

General electric company, Schenectady, 
X. Y. Instructions for testing direct 
current machinery . . . Schenec- 
tadv. X. Y., General electric company, 
1903. 71 p. diagrs. 19* cm. 
3—13587 32178 

no. 3ls6. 

General electric companv, Schenec- 
tady. N; Y. A 60299, May 23, 1903; 
2 c. May 23, 1903. 

Gidley (Will S.) Two letters. 32179 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61023, June 3, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Gilbert, Josiah H[otchkiss] Practical 
lessons in algebra, elementary, by 
Josiah H. Gilbert . . . and Ellen Sul- 
livan . . . Rev. ed. New York, 
Richardson, Smith & companv [1903] 
vi, 205, 32 p. 19* cm. 
3—14033 32180 

J. H. Gilbert and Ellen Sullivan, 
Albany, X. Y. A 60930, June 2, 1903; 
2 c. June 2, 1903. 



Gilder, Richard Watson. The new day; 
a poem in songs and sonnets. 4th ed. 
Now York, The Century co. [°1903] 
viii, [2], 11-103 p. 18^ cm. 
3—12986 32181 

R. W. Gilder, New York, N. Y. In 
renewal for 14 vears from Oct. 4, 1903. 
A 597S1, May 16, 1903; 2c. May 16, 1903. 

Going, Maud i. e. Ellen Maud. With the 
wild flowers from pussy-willow to 
thistle-down; a rural chronicle of our 
flower friends and foes, describing them 
under their familiar English names, by 
Maud Going (E. M. Hardinge) Rev. 
ed., illustrated with many line and half- 
tone engravings. New York, The 
Baker and Taylor company [ c 1901] 
xiv, 271 p. front., illus., pi. 18^ cm. 
3—13717. 3~2182 

Baker & Tavlor companv, New York, 
N. Y. A 8397, Apr. 30, 1901; 2 c. Apr. 
9, 1903. 

Going of Mary Ellen. In Chicago dailv 
news, June 13, 1903. 32183 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 60406, 
May 25, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Gore (James H. ) Holland as seen by an 
American. 31 pp. illus. 4° nar. 

32184 

Holland-America line, New York, 
N. Y. A 59439, May 12, 1903; 2 c. Mav 
12, 1903. 

Gould, Elizabeth Lincoln. A rose of 
Holly Court . . . illustrated by Ida 
"Waugh. Philadelphia, The Penn 
publishing company, 1903. 183 p. 
front., plates. 20 cm. 
3—14851 32185 

Penn publishing companv, Philadel- 
phia, Pa". A 61598, June 11, 1903; 2 c. 
June 12, 1903. 

Gregg, David. Individual prayer as a 
working-force. Chicago, London 
[etc.] F. H. Revell company, [1903] 
147 p. 19 cm. 

3—13943 32186 

Fleming H. Revell companv. Chi- 
cago, 111. " A 60905, June 2, 1903; 2 c. 
June 2, 1903. 

Gregory (Thomas B. ) Humanity's for- 
ward march. '32187 
W. R. Hearst, New York. N. Y. A 
62451, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Greville (Henrv). The hazel nuts. 

32188 
Foreign story svndicate companv, 
Burlington, Yt. A 62373, June 20\ 
1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Guide of the international massage move- 
ment cure institute. 14 pp. 16°. 

32189 

International massage & movement 

cure institute, New York, X. Y. A 

59506, May 11, 1903; 2 c. May 13, 1903. 

Hallam (James R.) The women of the 
human race. 32190 

J. R. Hallam, New York, N. Y. A 
58743, May 2, 1903; 2 c. May 9, 1903. 

Hamburg- American line. Five summer 
cruises to Norway and the North Cape 
. . . and to the Baltic Sea and the 
principal cities of Norway, Sweden, 
Russia, Denmark and Germany . . . 
New York, Chicago [etc.] Hamburg- 
American line, 1903. 40 p. illus. 
17* cm. 32191 

Emil L. Boas, general manager 
Hamburg-American line, New York, 
N. Y. A 61657, May 29, 1903; 2 c. 
Apr. 29, 1903. 

Hannibal. In Chicago dailv news, June 
15, 1903. 32192 

AY. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 60864, 
June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Hanson (lna AY right). One man's way. 

32193 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61031, June 3, 1903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 

Harper, William Warner. Andorra nur- 
series. Win. Warner Harper, proprie- 
tor, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. 
[Harrisburg, Pa., J. H. McFarland 
company, horticultural printers, 1903] 
1 p. I., 174 p. illus. 23cm. 
3—12304 32194 

W. VV. Harper. Philadelphia, Pa. A 
61164, June 5, 1903; 2 c. .May 4, 1903. 

Harris, Virginia Fisher. Tillie, a love 
story. [Tyler, Tex., Lee & Burnett, 
printers, L903] 1 p. 1., [5]-163 p. 
22 cm. 
3—14856 32195 

V. F. Harris, Tyler, Tex. A 58992, 
May 8, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Hart, Albert Bushnell. Handbook of 
the history, diplomacy, and govern- 
ment of the United States, for class 
use. Cambridge, Printed for the 
University, 1903. ' 3 p. L, 481 p. 21.! em. 
3—14946 ' 32196 

Contents. — Preliminary suggestions. — Mate- 
rials.— Lectures.— Parallel readings.— Weekly 
papers.— Special reports.— Examinations. 

Harvard university, Cambridge, 
Mass. A (51570, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 



Hart, Albert Bushnell, ed. The romance 
of the civil war; selected and annotated 
. . . with the collaboration of Eliza- 
beth Stevens . . . Xew York, Lon- 
don, The Macmillan company, 1903. 
xiv p., 1 1., 418 p. front., illus. m 
cm. (Source-readers in American his- 
tory, no. 4) 

3—13908 32197 

Macmillan company, New York, 
X. Y. A 60783, June 1, 1903; 2c. June 
1, 1903. 

I Hart, Percy W[illiam] E[dward] 
Jason — Xova Scotia, founded upon a 
romantic legend of my native land. 
Bv P. W. E. Hart ( Percie W. Hart) 
. . . New York, The Bibelot broth- 
ers; London; T. F. Unwin [1903] 238 
p. 16 cm. 

3—12972 32198 

P. W. Hart, Xew York, X. Y. A 

59764, May 16, 1903; 2 c. May 16, 1903. 

Hartley (Charles Austin). The lost 
formula. 32199 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61020, June 3, 1*903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 

Hartville is unique among Missouri, 
towns. 32200 

Pulitzer publishing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. A 62167,' June 18, 1903; 2 
c. June 8, 1903. 

: Hay ward, Edward F. The mothers [a 
drama] . . . Boston, R. G. Badger, 
1903. 27 p. 20 cm. 
.'5—14028 32201 

E. F. Ha v ward, Marlboro, Mass. A 
61193, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Heavenly calling and the earthly walk. 

32202 
J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 62214, 
June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 



cation in medicine. Chicago [Printed 
bv R. R. Donnelley and sons company] 
1903. m p., 1 1. 20 cm. 
3—14420 32203 

F. Henrotin, Chicago, 111. A 58282, 
Apr. 20, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Henry, G[eorge] W. Shouting: genuine 
and spurious, in all ages of the church, 
from the birth of creation . . . until 
the shout of the arch-angel: with 
numerous extracts from the Old and 
Xew Testament . . . Chicago. Met- 
ropolitan church association [1903] 
305 p. front., plates, ports. 20 cm. 
3—14729 32204 

Metropolitan church association, 
Chicago, 111. A 58396, Apr. 25, 1903; 
2 c. June 8, 1903. 



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725 



Hewlett (Maurice). The queen's quair. 
PgS. 60-119. 32205 

M. Hewlett, London, England. A 
59981, May L9, 1903; 2c. May L9, 1903. 

Jfichens ( Robert ) . Broken engagements. 
No. 1. Doctor Li>le. 5 pp. 8°. 32206 
R. Hichens, London, England. A 
59308, May 6, 1903; 2 e. May 6, 1903. 

— no. 2. Tiger heart. 6 pp. 12°. 

R. Hichens, London, England. A 
59428, May 12, 1903; 2 c. May 9, 1903. 

Hines (W. W.) Mike Donnelly's cele- 
bration. 32207 
W. W. Hines, New York, N. Y. A 
62353, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

His heart melted by his own love songs. 
In American magazine supplement, 
New York American and journal, June 
14, 1903. 32208 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. V. A 
61925, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

The history of woman suffrage, ed. by 
Susan B. Anthony & Ida H. Harper 

' . . . y. 4. lSSS^OO. Rochester, 

N. Y., S. B. Anthony [1902] front., 

ports. 24 J cm. 32209 

Susan B. Anthony, Rochester, N. Y. 

A 47910, Dec. 10, 1902; 2 c. Junel, 1903. 

Hitchcock (F. M.) Table of mean ef- 
fective pressures, absolute-condensing. 
Leaflet, 6x9. 32210 

F. M. Hitchcock, Xew York, N. Y. A 
60292, May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Grand- 
mother's story of Bunker Hill battle, 
and other verse and prose. Boston, 
Xew York [etc.] Houghton, Mifflin & 
company [1903] 1 p. 1., 96, 93 p. 
front. ( port. ) illus., 1 pi. 18cm. (The 
Riverside school library). 
3—13797 32211 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., Boston, 
Mass. . in renewal for 14 years from Mav 
17, 1903. A 59612, Mav 14, 1903; 2 c. 
May 29, 1903. 

Horrors of the French auto-tragedy told 

by the only woman in the race. 32212 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61927, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

How little Julia prayed for God to cure 

her blindness. 32213 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

62459, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

How Mrs. Somers' 81,000 society buds 

are polished. * 32214 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61924, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 



How to sharpen a razor and shave cor- 
rectly. Sheet, 5| by 12 inches. 32215 
Eugene Nicholas Hamen, Hastings, 
Xebr. A 60760, June 1, 1903; 2 c. May 

21, 1903. 

Howe, W[infred] Lewis. A treatise on 
the care of the expectant mother during 
pregnacy and childbirth, and care of 
the child from birth until puberty. 
Philadelphia, F. A. Davis company, 
1903. viii, 63 p. Ill cm. 
3—13904 32216 

F. A. Davis company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 59597, Mav 14,* 1903; 2 c. June 
2, 1903. 

Hubert, Philip G., jr. The Merchants' 
national bank of the city of Xew York; 
a history of its first century, comp. from 
official records at the request of the 
directors 1803-1903 . . . Xew York, 
Printed for the bank [by Trow direc- 
tory, printing & bookbinding company] 
1903. xi, 206 p. inch illus., plates, 
front., ports., map. 26 cm. 
3—14719 32217 

Merchants national bank, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 61074, Mav 27, 1903; 2 c. 
May 29, 1903. 

Hunt (J. W.) At the end of the trail. 

32218 
Daily story publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. A 61918, June 15, 1903; 
2c. June 15, 1903. 

Monsieur's account of it. 32219 

Daily story publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. * A 62436, June 22, 1903; 
2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Husband and a million barred out by her 
contract. In American magazine sup- 
plement, Xew York American and 
Journal, June 21, 1903. 32220 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
62462, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Hyde (Henry M.) Old man Hogan on 

the President's trip. 32221 

Sampson-Hodges company, Chicago, 

111. A 62429, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 

22, 1903. 

Hvne (Cutcliffe). An Alabama hermit. 

32222 

C. Hvne, London, England. A 

61803, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

I wonder where that boy will land. 

S2223 
Xew York herald co.. Jersey City, 
X. J. A 61642, June 11. 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 






Ideal return flue portable steel boilers. 
12 pp. illus. 16° obi. 32224 

American radiator company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 60377, May 25, 1903; 2 c. 
June 3, 1903. 

In disguise. In Chicago daily news, 
June 23, 1903. 32225 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 61435, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Indicator chart for 1903. 208 pp. 12°. 

32226 
F. H. Leavenworth publishing com- 
pany. Detroit, Mich. A 59357, May 11, 
1903; 2 c. May 11, 1903. 

Innocent, but almost hanged by circum- 
stantial evidence. 32227 
Pulitzer publishing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. A 62022, June 16,' 1903; 
2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Instalment advertising service. 11 pp. 

8°. 32228 

Whitman company. Xew York, X. Y. 

A 61018, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Instructions for using Armitage's slide 
rule textile calculator. 8 pp. 16°. 

32229 

B. Armitage, X. Adams, Mass. A 

60456, Apr. 20, 1903; 2 c. May 6, 1903. 

Insurance directory and business chart 
of Baltimore city, Washington, D. C., 
and the States of Ml., Del., Ya., and 
W. Ya. 1903. 112, 19 pp. 8°. 

32230 
James H. McClellan, Baltimore, Md. 
A 61072, May 27, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 
1903. 

The international year book . . . 1903, 
editor: V. M. Colby . . . consulting 
editor: II. T. Peck . . . associate ed- 
itor: E. L. Engle . . . New York, 
Dodd, Mead & company [1903] illus., 
plates, port., maps. 25.] cm. 32231 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York, X. Y. 
A 60617, May 28, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 
1903. 

is this "the limit" at last in disgusting 

plays. 32232 

\Y. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

62-161, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Jack and the bean-stalk, and other sto- 
ries. Xew York, McLoughlin broth- 
ers [1903] 2 p. I., 152, [4] p. col. 
front., illus. 24 cm. 
3—14868 32233 
McLoughlin bros., Brooklyn, X. Y. 
A 62065, June Hi, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 
1903. 



Jacobs, Joseph. As others saw him; a 
retrospect, a. d. 54 . . . with intro- 
duction, afterwords, and notes. Xew 
Y T ork, Funk &AVagnalls company, 1903. 
1 p. 1., 230 p. 20* cm. 
3—13569 32234 

A life of Christ from a Jewish standpoint. 
Funk and Wagnalls company, New 
York, X. Y. A 59986, Mav 19, 1903; 2 
c. May 19, 1903. 

Jamieson ( Kate E. ) Dickie Dawdle-so 
has an experience as a cake maker. 

32235 

K. E. Jamieson, United States. A 

62343, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Jim's mother. In Chicago daily news, 
June 25, 1903. ' 32236. 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 622S7, 
June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Just, Gustav. Life of Luther, with sev- 
eral introductory and concluding chap- 
ters from general church history . . . 
(Tr. from the German by S. and H.) 
St. Louis, Mo., Concordia publishing 
house, 1903. 2 p. 1., 103 p. front, 
(port.) illus. 19* cm. 
3—14837 32237 

Tr. by Martin Sommer and Fredrick W. 
Herzbefger. 

Concordia publishing house, St. Louis, 
Mo. A 61984, Mav 28, 1903; 2 c. May 
28, 1903. 

Kan-u-katch. 4 pp. illus. f°. 32238 

Strauss manufacturing company, 

Xew York, X. Y. A 60067, May 8, 

1903; 1 c. May 8, 1903, 1 c. June 3, 1903. 

Keigwin (Albert Edwin). The Bethle- 
hem of the heart, Christmas sabbath, 
1902. 4 pp. 12°. 32239 

A. E. Keigwin, Xewark, X. J. A 
61659, June 8, 1903; 1 c. June 8, 1903, 
1 c. June 17, 1903. 

Kemble, Duston. The higher realism 
. . . Cincinnati, Jenninga & Pye; 
Xew York, Eaton & Mains [1903] 
167 p. diagr. 19 cm. 
3—14424 32240 

Jennings & I've, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A 59608, .May 14, 1903; 2c. June 10,1903. 

King, Ruins. Ohio, first fruits of the 
< >r< li nan re < >f 1 787 ; with a supplementary 
chapter by Theodore Clarke Smith . . . 
[Xew ed.] Boston and Xew York, 
Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1903. 
5 p. 1., 446 p. front, (fold, map) 
183 cm. (American commonwealths) 
3—14874 32241 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., Cambridge, 
Mass. ~ A 59881, May 18, 1903; 2 c. June 



10, 1903. 



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BOOKS 



727 



Riser (S. E.) The oracle of Mulberry 

Center. 32242 

Sampson-Hodges company, Chicago, 

111. A 62430, June 22, 190;]; 2 c. June 

22. L903. 

Kling (Peter M.) The gentleman from 
New York. Sheet. 7 by 4 inches. 

32243 

P. M. Kling, Elizabeth, X. J. A 

58623, May 1, L903; 2 e. June 17, 1903. 

Knoeller (Herman). The Randolphs of 

Nevada. 32244 

Daily story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. . A 62438, June 22, 1903; 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 

La Luz drainage and transportation tun- 
nel company. 21pp. Map. 4°. 32245 
John M. Wiley, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 61097, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Lange, Frederick] C[harles] The in- 
dustrial crisis; or, Giant labor and giant 
capital face to face. A story of the 
"toiling masses" and the "thrifty 
rich/' " [Hartford? Conn.] 1903. 1 
p. 1.. 262 p. front., plates. 19i cm. 
3—14850 32246 

F. C. Lange, Hartford, Conn. A 
5S532, Apr. 30, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Larned (Charles Henry). The circle 

squared; or, How to find the areas of 

circles. 11 pp. 32°. 32247 

C. H. Larned, Santa Cruz, Cal. A 

54468, Mar. 4, 1903; 2 c. May 11, 1903. 

Lee (Eleanor). Her sacrifice. 32248 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61022, June 3, 1903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 

Lefevre (Edwin). The man. who won. 

32249 

E. Lei eyre, Xew York, X. Y. A 

62537, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

Le Gallienne (Richard) . A literary let- 
ter; summer reading. 32250 
Robert Howard Russell. Xew York, 
X. Y. A 61222, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 
17, 1903. 

Le Queux (William). The seyen secrets. 

32251 
T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 
45070, Nov. 1, 1902; 2 c. in parts Nov. 
8, 1902, to June 15, 1903. 

Lewis (C. B.) Bowser's busy bees. 

32252 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

61906, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Bowsers discovery. 32253 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 
62350, June 20, 1903; 2 c." June 20, 1903. 



Lewis ( C. P.) — Continued. 

Brother Gardner, he delivers a lec- 
ture on a growing evil. 32254 
C. P. Lewis, Brooklyn, N. Y. A 
62352, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Der German cobbler; Mr. Vogle- 

stein conies to talk oyer things. 32255 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

61909, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Finding the magnet, by M. Quad. 

32256 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

61908, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

The powder wagon, by M. Quad. 

32257 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

62351, June 20, 1903; 2 c." June 20, 1903. 

Q. Hope Jones; he returns to the 

show business and deliyers a lecture. 

32258 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

61907, June 15, 1903; 2 c.*June 15, 1903. 

Uncle Eli's fables; The owl who 

sang, The fox who flattered, etc. 

32259 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

62349, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20. 1903. 

j Wig- Wag's fate. 32260 

T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 
62358, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Linden (Minerya M. ) The tulip man. 

32261 

Authors publishing coniDanv, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61027, June'3, i903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 

List of subscribers, Eastern section, June 

1, 1903. 150 pp. 8°. 32262 

Xew England telephone & telegraph 

company, Boston, Mass. A 61162, June 

5, 1903; '2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Littlejohn, E[lbridge] G[erry] Texas. 
. . . Xew York, London, The Mac- 
millan company, 1903. xi, 94 p. illus. 
(incl. maps) 19x15^ cm. (Tarr and 
McMurry geographies, supplementary 
yolume) 

3—14974 32263 

'•Sources - ': p. ix. 

Macmillan company, Xew York. 
X. Y. A 61987, June' 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 

[Liyingston, Charles Adolphe] The path 
of the soul. [By] Livy [pseud.] 
[Gouyerneur, X. Y., The Livy press] 
1903. 4 p. 1., 56 p. 164 cm. 
3—13940 32264 

C. A. Liyineston, Gouyerneur, X. Y. 
A 59543, May 13, 1903; 2 c. May 13,1903. 

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The Llamarada. v. 9. [1904] [South 
Hadley, Mass.] Junior class of Mount 
Holyoke college, 1903. illus., plates. 
24 cm. 32266 

Nineteen hundred & four Llamarada 
board of editors, South Hadley, Mass. 
A 61514, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Lloyd's register of American yachts; con- 
taining particulars of yachts, yacht 
owners, yacht builders and designers 
and yacht clubs of the United States 
and Canada for 1903-4. New York, 
Lloyd's register of shipping [1903] 
col. plates. 14£ x 24 cm. 
3—14412 32267 

Lloyd's register of shipping, New 
York; N. Y. A 58917, Mav 5, 1903; 2 
c. May 27, 1903. 

Logan, Daniel. Hawaii; its people, cli- 
mate and resources. Honolulu, Pio- 
neer advertising company [1903] 117 
p. illus. (incl. map) 20h cm. 
3—14559 32268 

Charles R. Frazier, Honolulu, H. I. 
A 59878, May 18, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Logan (Mrs. John A.) The future of 

American women. 32269 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

61938, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

What is your capital? 32270 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62547, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

Logarithms, examination questions. 

Leaflet 6 by 9 inches. 32271 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 60801, June 1, 1903; 

2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Loredan (Jean). An old servant. 

32272 
Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington. Yt. A (U885, June 15, 
1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

Lorimer, George C[laude] The master 
of millions, a novel. New York, 
London [etc.] F. H. Revell company 
[190:5] 5SS p. 20 cm. 
3—14859 32273 

Fleming II. Revell companw Chi- 
cago, 111. A 61839, June 15, L903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

Lynch, Gertrude. The lighting chance, 
the romance of an ingenue; illustrated 
by Bayard Jones. New York, Lon- 
don, The Smart set publishing co. , L903. 
219 |>. inch front, plates. 20 cm. 
3—12968 32274 

Smart set publishing company, New- 
York, N. Y. A (51225, .Mav 21, 1903; 
2 c. May 20, L903. 



McCardell, Oliver C[romwell] Reform 
in the jungle; or, The history of Chim- 
mie Panzee mdciv; a juvenile jungle 
book, tr. from the Simian. Wash- 

ington. The Neale publishing company, 
1903. 4 p. L, [ll]-60 p. 18Jcm. 
3—14707 32275 

O. C. McCardell, Washington, D. C. 
A 61624, June 11,1903; 2c.Junell,1903. 

McGimsey (Robert H.) System and 
diagrams for calculating amount of 
fares taken on railway passenger trains. 
6 pp. 8°. 32276 

R. H. McGimsev, Alexandria, La. A 
59774, May 2, 1903; 2 c. May 16, 1903. 

Madden, W[illiam] J[oseph] Discourses 
on priesthood, with panegyric of St. 
Patrick; ed. with additions by Rev. 
Ferreol Girardev, c. ss. k. St. Louis, 
B. Herder, 1903. 115 p. 20* cm. 
3—14427 32277 

Joseph Gummersbach, St. Louis, Mo. 
A 61373, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Man (The) who gained wisdom, unp. 
illus. 16°. 32278 

American bonding company of Bal- 
timore, Baltimore, Md. A 58467. Apr. 
29, 1903; 1 c. June 3, 1903; 1 c. June 5, 
1903. 

Maniates (Belle). Dick's promoter. 

32279 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

61910, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Mann, C[harles] E[ben] Manual of 
geography and language . . . Chi- 
cago, M. A. Donohue & co. [1903] 
151 p. 18.> cm. 

3—14714 " 32280 

C. E. Mann, St. Charles, 111. A 
61399, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Manual of policies and rates. 1903. 11th 

annual ed. 126 pp. 8°. 32281 

Spectator company, New York, N. Y. 

A 51)512, May 13, 190*3; 2 c.May 26, 1903. 

Margery's indecision. 32282 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 60736, 
May 29, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Marshall (Emma Seckle). A week of 

play. 32283 

Dailv story publishing company, 

•Chicago, 111. A 62434, June 22, 1903; 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Martin ((leorge Madden). A Warwick- 
shire lad. In Collier's weekly, June 
20, 1903. ' 32284 

G. M. Martin. Anchorage, Kv. A 
02149, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 



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BOOKS 



729 



Marvin. Walter T[aylor] An introduc- 
tion to systematic philosophy. New 
York, The Columbia university press, 
Macmillan company, agents; London, 
Macmillan & CO. ltd., 1903. xiv p., 1 1., 
572 p. 23 em. 
»— 14883 32285 

Bibliography: p 

■'.«••.— Pt. 1. Metaphysics.— Pt. II. The 
theory of knowledge.— Pt. III. The philoso- 
phy or religion. — Pt. IV. Theoretical ethics.— 
Pt. V. /Esthetics.— Pt. VI. Philosophy as a 
science.— Appendix I. A scheme of the his- 
tory of philosophy.— Appendix II. A bibli- 
ography of bonks especially referred to for 
parallel reading. 

Macmillian company, New York, 
N. Y. A (31836, June' 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. 
Massachusetts reports, 116 . . . Sep- 
tember, 18 7-1- January, 1875. J. La- 
throp, reporter. Boston, Houghton, 
Mifflin and company [ c 1903] 24 cm. 

32286 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., Boston, 

Mass., in renewal for 14 -years from 

June 18, 1903. A 60273, May 23, 1903; 

2 c. June 16, 1903. 

The Master car builders' association. 
The car builders' dictionary; an illus- 
trated vocabulary of terms which des- 
ignate American railroad cars, their 
parts, attachments, and details of con- 
struction . . . Comp. for the Master 
car builders' association by Rodney 
Hitt, b. m. e., assisted by A. M. Waitt 
. .'. J. S. Lentz . . . W. P. Apple- 
yard . . . [1903 ed.] New York, 
The Railroad gazette, 1903. 3 p. 1., 
149, [2], 374 p. illus. (inch plans, 
diagrs.") 31 £ cm. 

3—13903 32287 

Railroad gazette, New York, X. Y. 

A 59798, May 16, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

Material men's mercantile association, 
limited, New York . . . The associa- 
tion's book [16th annual ed.] New 
York, Material men's mercantile asso- 
ciation, limited [1903] 26 cm. 32288 

Material men's mercantile associa- 
tion, ltd., New York N. Y. A 60520, 
May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

Mausoleums. May, 1903. 48 pp. 24°. 

32289 

Lazzari & Barton, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 61158, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Meekins (Lynn Roby). A terrapin 
stew. 32290 

L. R. Meekins, United States. A 
62345, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

1278—03 2 81 



Metcalf, Mrs. Ellen J[osephine] (Foss) 
The claims of Emanuel Swedenborg 
and Mary B. ('<. Eddy and their par- 
allelism. Boston, J. II. Earle & co. 
[1903] 122 p. 17.1 cm. 
3—14886 32291 
E. J. F. Metcalf, Boston, Mass. A 
61015, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Meyer, Balthasar Henry. . . . Railway 
legislation in the United States . . . 
Xew Y"ork, London, The Macmillan 
company, 1903. xiii, 329 p. 19 cm. 
(Half-title: The citizen's library of eco- 
nomics, politics, and sociology, ed. by 
R. T. Fly. ) 
3—14951. 32292 

Contents. — pt. 1. Introduction. — pt. 'J. The 
progress of railway legislation. — pt. 3. The 
past and future of the Interstate commerce 
commission. 

Macmillan company, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 61990, June 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 
Miss Hall's identity. In Chicago daily 
news, June 19, 1903. 32293 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 61434, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 
Mitchell's improved artificial stone posts. 
Leaflet 3^ by 6 inches. 32294 

J. A. Mitchell, Hillsdale, Mich. A 
61009, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 
Monroe (Harriet). In the hospital. 

32295 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X.'Y. A 

62217, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

The model. 32296 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
62069, June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

The next bride. 32297 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
62311, June 19, 1903; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

32298 
Montgomery, D[avid] H[enry] The 
leading facts of French history. [Rev. 
ed.] Boston and London, Ginn & 
company, 1903. vii, 328, xxvii p. 
front., plates, maps. 19 cm. (The 
leading facts of history series) 
3—14562 32298 

••A short list of books on French history": 
p. xiv. 

Ginn & co., Boston, Mass. A 52746, 
Feb. 10, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Mongtomery , Frances Trego. Bil ly Whis- 
kers' kids, or, Day and night: a sequel 
to "Billy Whiskers;" illustrated by 
W. H. Fry. Akron, O., Xew York 
[etc.] The Saalfield publishing co., 
1903. 134 p. col. front., illus., 5 col. 
pi. 34 cm. 

3—13936 32299 

Saalfield publishing company, Ak- 
ron, Ohio. A 61092, June 4, 1903; 2 c. 
June 4, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Montgomery, N[ellie] Ainsworth. A 
modern patrician [a novel] Boston, 
J. H. Earle & company [1903] 3 p. 1., 
[13]-444p. 19* cm. 
3—14709 32300 

James H. Earle & co., Boston, Mass. 
A 61014, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Mooney, Margaret S. Composition — 
rhetoric from literature, for high schools, 
academies and normal schools . . . 
Albany, N. Y., Brandow printing com- 
pany, 1903. xxiv, 344 p. illus. 19£ 
cm. 

3—14280 32301 

M. S. Mooney, Albany, N. Y. A 

58409, Apr. 28, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Morehouse, William Russell. Mystica 
Algooat. An Indian legend and story 
of southern California. Franklin, 

O., The Editor publishing co., 1903. 
4 p. 1., 200 p. 19 cm. 
3—13618 32302 

AY. R. Morehouse, San Jacinto, Cal. 
A 61122, June 4, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

Morev (Grace Kincaid). A confederate 

flag*. 32303 

Robert Howard Russell, New York, 

N. Y. A 61317, June 6, 1903; 2 c. 

June 17, 1903. 

Myers' perpetual calendar and book of 

tables. 56 pp. 24°. 32303* 

Edward K. Myers, Preston. Iowa. 



A 16412. 
1903. 



Sept. 



1901: 



c. 



May 20, 



The Nassau herald of the class of 1903 | 
of Princeton university, v. 39 ... j 
[Princeton, N. J.] 1903.' front, (port.) j 
illus., plates. 24 cm. 32304 

Walter Franklin Hollenbach, Prince- 
ton, N.J. A 60350, May 25, 1903; 2c. i 
June 13, 1903. 
■ 
Neilson (Frank). A woman's war. 

32305 j 
Dailv story publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. " A 61923, June 15, 1903; j 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

A new concordance of the American re- ; 
vised Bible (Standard ed.) With over 
10,000 references to the authorized ver- • 
sion of 1611 , combined with a subject- 
index and pronouncing dictionary of 
Scripture proper names. New York, i 
T. Nelson & sons [1903] 1 p. 1. 234 p. 
21 cm. 
3—14878 32306 

Thomas Nelson & sons, New York, j 
N. Y. A 59450, May 12, 1903; 2 c. June 
12, 1903. I 



New fashions in bathing suits. 32307 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

62465, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

No hats, hair in braids. 32308 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61926, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

New London directory, 1903 . . . [v. 14] 
[New Haven, Conn.], The Price & Lee 
co., 1903. fold. map. 24 cm. 32309 
Price & Lee company, New Haven, 
Conn. A 60242, May 15, 1903; 2 c. 
May 25, 1903. 

New York (State) Courts of record. Of- 
ficial edition of law reports and session 
laws. no. 124. May 16, 1903. 32310 
James B. Lvon, Albany. N. Y. A 

59906, May 18/1903; 2 c. May 22, 1903. 

Official edition of law reports and 

session laws. no. 126. May 30, 1903. 

var. paging, 8°. 32311 

James B. Lvon, Albany, N. Y. A 

61190, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Official edition of law reports and 

session laws. Supplement to no. 124. 

32312 
James B. Lvon, Albany, N. Y. A 

59907, May 18,* 1903; 2 c. May 21, 1903. 

New York (State) Legislature. Amend- 
ments of the code of civil procedure, 
code of criminal procedure, and penal 
code, 1903 . . . New York, Baker, 
Yoorhis & co., 1903. 1 p. 1., 3-46 
numb. 1. 23.] cm. 32313 

Baker, Yoorhis & co., New Y'ork, 
N. Y. A 60028, May 19, 1903; 2 c. May 
19, 1903. 

The code of criminal procedure of 

the state of New York. As amended, 
including 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 

1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902 and 1903. 
With notes of decisions, a table of 
sources. Complete sets of forms, and 
a full index. 22d rev. ed. Albany, 
N. Y., Banks & company, 1903. xxv, 
551 p. 19i cm. 

3—13576 " 32314 

Banks & co. , Albany, N. Y. A 60778. 
June 1, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

The penal code of the State of New 

York in force December 1, 1882, as 
amended bv laws of 1882, 1883, 1884, 
1885, 1886, 1887, 1888, 18S9, 1890, 1891, 
1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 

1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, and 1903, with 
notes of decisions to date, a table of 
sources and a lull index. 22d rev. ed. 
Albany, N. Y., Banks A: company, 1903. 
1 p. 1., [v]-xiii, 312 p. 19 cm. 
3—13814 32315 

Banks & co., Albany, X. Y. A 00779, 
June 1, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 



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731 



New York — Continued. 

Statutory revision of the laws of 

New York affecting banks, banking 
and trust companies . . . Prepared by 
Andrew Hamilton. Albany, N. Y.. 
Banks & company, 1903. [296] p. 23^ 
cm. 32316 

Appended: The tax law of 1896 . . . and 
amendments to . . . 1903. [164] p. 

Banks & company, Albany, N. Y. A 

60615, May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

— — Statutory revision of the laws of 
New York affecting insurance com- 
panies enacted in 1892 and amended in 
. . . 1903 . . . Prepared by A. Hamil- 
ton. Albany, N. Y., Banks & com- 
pany, 1903. [365] p. 23* cm. 32317 
Banks & co. , Albany, N. Y. A 60616, 
May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

The tax law of 1896 of the state of 

New York. Chapter xxiv of the gen- 
eral laws of New York, taking effect 
June 15, 1896, codifying, revising and 
repealing parts of the revised statutes 
and one hundred and fifty-one separate 
statutes, with a complete index, and 
amendments to date. 1903. Prepared 
by Andrew Hamilton. Albany, N. 
Y\. Banks & company, 1903. 1*40 p. 
22* cm. 

3—13919 32318 

Banks & co., Albany, N. Y. A 60613, 
May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

The tax law of the state of New York ; 

being L. 1896, chap. 908, entitled "An 
act in relation to taxation, constituting 
chapter twenty four of the general 
laws," with all the amendments thereto 
passed during the legislative sessions of 
1S97, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902 and 
1903 . . . 1903. Bender ed. Al- 
bany, N. Y., M. Bender, 1903. 168 p. 
23 cm. 

3—13920 32319 

Matthew Bender, Albanv, N. Y. A 

60650, May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Nothing funnier ever seen in comic opera. 

32320 

W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

61930, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Oil insulated self cooling transformers. 
Technical data no. 8005. 20 pp. illus. 
12°. 32321 

Westinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co. , Pittsburg, Pa. A 59470, May 
12, 1903; 2 c. May 12, 1903. 

Ollivier, M[arie] J[oseph] The friend- 
ships of Jesus. From the French by 
M. C. Keogh. With a preface by Rev. 
Michael M. O'Kane, o. p. St. Louis, 



Ollivier, M[arie] J[oseph] — Continued. 
Mo., B. Herder, 1903. 543 p. 20.', cm. 
3—14431 32322 

Joseph Gummersbacb, St Louis, 
Mo. A 61326, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 
10, 1903. 

Palace gold and copper co. 54 pp. illus. 
8°. 32323 

Palace gold and copper company, 
Buffalo, N. Y. A 58509, Apr. 6, 1903; 
2 c. Apr. 30, 1903. 

[Paret, Jahial Parmly] How to play 
lawn tennis. Containing practical in- 
struction from an expert on making 
lawn tennis strokes. Brief description 
and history of the game . . . New 
York, American sports publishing com- 
pany [1903] 80 p. inch front., illus. 
17 cm. (On cover: Spalding's athletic 
librarv, v. 14, no. 157) 
3—14417 32324 

American sports publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. A 61482, June 
9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Paschal (Lilian C. ) Without sentiment. 

32325 
T. C. McClure, New Y^ork, N. Y. 
A 61914, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903. 

Paul, Amasa C[opp] The law of trade- 
marks including trade-names and un- 
fair competition . . . St. Paul, 
Minn., Keefe-Davidson co., 1903. 2 
p. 1., [vii]-xviii, 981 p. 24 cm. 
3—13816 32326 

A. C. Paul, Minneapolis, Minn. A 
55543, Mar. 19, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

The people's natural history, embracing 
Living animals of the world and Living 
races of mankind; editors and special 
contributors: Charles J. Cornish, F. C. 
Selous, Ernest Ingersoll, Sir Harry 
Johnston, k. c. b., Sir Herbert Max- 
well, f.r. s., H. N.Hutchinson, f. e. g.s., 
J. W. Gregory, f. g. s., R. Lydekker 
. . . and many other eminent natural- 
ists. Nearly two thousand illustra- 
tions . . . New York, The Univer- 
sity society, 1903. 5 v. col. fronts., 
illus. (inch maps) col. plates. 29 cm. 
3—14871 32327-32331 

v. 1-3 and v. 4-5 issued separately under 
their special titles. 

v. 1-3 and v. 4-5 paged continuously; v. 1: 
2 p. 1., viii. 256 p.; v. 2: 2 p. 1., 257-512 p.; v. 3: 
1 p. 1., 513-776 p.; v. 4: 8, viii, 264 p.; v. 5: 1 
p. 1.. 265-584 p. 

Contents. — v. 1-3. Living animals of the 
world: v. 1. Mammals.— y. 2. Mammals (con- 
tin.) Birds.— y. 3. Birds (contin.) Fishes. 
Reptiles. Insects. 



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The people's natural history — Cont'd. 

v. 4-5. The living races of mankind: v. 4. 
Oceania. Asia. — v. 5. Africa. Europe. 
America. 

University society, New York, N. Y. 

A 52110-52111, Feb. 2, 1903; 52880- 
52882, Feb. 2, 1903; 2 c. each June 13, 
1903. 

Pepper, George Wharton. A digest of 
decisions and encyclopaedia of Penn- 
sylvania law, 1754-1898 . . . byG. W. 
Pepper . . . and W. D. Lewis . . . 
v. 16. Philadelphia, R. Welsh & 

company, 1903. 27* cm. 32332 

Rees Welsh digest and law publish- 
ing company, Philadelphia, Pa. A 
60497, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

[Perry, Joseph Franklin] Kennel dis- 
eases; their symptoms, nature, causes, 
and treatment, by "Ashmont" [pseud.] 
. . . Boston, Little, Brown, and 

company, 1903. xxi, 424 p. front., 
illus., plates. 24 cm. 
3—14250 32333 

Little, Brown & co., Boston, Mass. 
A 61004, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Philadelphia and suburban trolley cars. 
64 pp. 32° '32334 

Anderson publishing company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. A 59384, May 11, 1903; 
2 c. May 11, 1903. 

Pleasant parlor entertainment for old 

and young, folder. 48°. 32335 

W. G. Watson & co., United States. 

A 60101, May 20, 1903; 2 c. May 11, 

1903. 

Plummer (J. C.) A tar's diplomacy. 

32336 
Dail v story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, I'll. A 62437, June 22, 1903; 2c. 

June 22, 1903. 

Poking fun at American men, women 
and habits. In American magazine 
supplement New York American and 
journal, June 21, 1903. 32337 

W. K. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
62463, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903. 

Poole, Cecil P. Electric wiring. New 
York, The Power publishing company, 
1900. iv, 101 p. diagrs. 17 cm. 
3—14130 32338 

('. P. Poole, New York, Y. Y. A 
60502, May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Portage county, Ohio, pocket business 
directory . . . Scranton, Pa., The 
U. S. vest pocket directory co., 1903. 
cover-title, 72 p. 15 x 17£ cm. 32339 
U. S. vest pocket directory company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 59883, Mav 18, 1903; 
2 c. May 18, 1903. 



Porto Rico. Office of the attorney-general . 
Opinions of the attorney-general of Por- 
to Rico to the governor, the heads of 
departments, the judiciary and other 
officials in relation to their official 
duties and construing and explaining 
the insular constitution and laws; there 
are also included the annual reports of 
the attorney-general to the governor of 
Porto Rico and to the attorney-general 
of the United States, by James S. Har- 
lan . . . v.l. New York, TheBanks 
law publishing company, 1903. 24 cm. 
3—13719 32340 

Banks law publishing company, New 
York. X. Y. A 59791, Mav 16, 1903; 
2 c. May 16, 1903. 

Practical hints for writers, imp. 8°. 

32341 
College of journalism company, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. A 59262, May 9*, 1903; 
2 c. May 9, 1903. 

Preston (Barry). Under the car of Jug- 
gernaut. 32342 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 
62359, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Prices real estate trust stocks in Boston 
and information concerning them. 
June 15, 1903. Sheet, 15 by 9 inches. 

32343 
George Burroughs and George L. De 
Blois, Boston, Mass. A 61684, June 12, 
1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

The Providence directory and Rhode 
Island business directory . . . no. 63 
. . . 1903. Providence, Sampson, 
Murdock, & co., 1903. fold. map. 24 
cm. 32344 

Sampson, Murdock&co., Providence, 
R. I. A 60961, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 
2, 1903. 

Radiopathy versus the knife. 32 pp. 

24°. 32345 

George Cutler, Boston, Mass. A 

5S(i2S, May 1, 1903; 2 c. May 11, L903. 

Bamacharaka, yogi. The Hindoo-yogi 
science of breath; a complete manual 
of the oriental breathing philosophy of 
physical, mental, psychic and spiritual 
development, by Yogi Kamacharaka. 
Chicago, 111., Yogi publication society, 
1903. 1 p. 1., 73 p. 19 cm. 
3—14882 32346 

Yogi publication society, Chicago, 
111. A 60212, Mav 22, 1903; 2 c. June 
12, 1903. 

Rathom (John R. ) Our Italian colon v. 

32347 
J. R. Rathom, Chicago, 111. A 62215, 
June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 



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33 



Read (Opie). The jewels of his mind. 

32348 
Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 62439, June 22, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, WKX). 

The Red polled herd hook . . . Ameri- 
can series, v. 15. [Dayton. ().] The 
Red polled cattle club of America. 1903. 
24 cm. 32349 
Red polled cattle club of America, 
Davton, Ohio. A 60226, Mac 22, 1903; 
2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Redfern, Mrs. Charlotte H. The Lord's 
prayer; a paraphrase in verse bv Char- 
lotte H. Redfern and Chariest. Sem- 
pers. New York. The Homosum 
company. 1903. [15] p. 18?xl5cm. 
3—14161 32350 

Homosum company, Xew York. 
X. Y. A 61016. June 3. 1903: 2 c. 
June 3, 1903. 

Resolutions adopted by the city council 
of the city of Chicago. Feb. ] 6. 1903, 
011 the death of Honorable Denis J. 
Swenie. imp. illus. 8°. 32351 

John Dobson Rilev. Chicago, 111. A 
60791. June 1, 1903. " 1 c. June 1, 1903; 

1 c. June 17, 1903. 

Retail advertising; instruction paper, 1st 
ed. pt.l. 557A. pp. 19, 3, illus. 8°. 

32352 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 60990, June 3. 1903; 

2 c. June 3, 1903. 

1st ed. pt. 2. 557B. pp. 23. 2. 

illus. 8°. 32353 

International textbook company. 
Scranton, Pa. A 60992. June 3. 190*3; 
2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Richardson (A. S. ) In the storm's voice. 

32354 

T. C. McClure, New York. N. Y. A 

62355. June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Ripley. Frederic H. Harmonic second 
reader, by Frederic H. Ripley . . . 
and Thomas Tapper . . . New York, 
Cincinnati [etc. ] American book com- 
pany 1 1903] 144 p. 19*xl5* cm. 
( Their Natural music course) 
3—14259 32355 

Frederic H. Riplev and Thomas 
Tapper. Boston. Mass. A 5S103. Apr. 
23, 1903: 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Roberts (Charles G. D.) Word from 

outdoors; what the eagle saw. 32356 

Robert Howard Russell. New York, 

N. Y. A 60261, May 23, 1903; 2 c. 

June 17, 1903. 



Roberts, W. K. Divinity and man; an 
interpretation of spiritual law in its re- 
lation to mundane phenomena and to 
the ruling incentives and moral duties 
of man, together with an allegory deal- 
ing with cosmic evolution and certain 
social and religious problems. Rev. 
ed. New York and London, G. P. 
Putnam's sons, 1903. x. 330 p. 20* 
cm. 
3—13009 32357 

W. K. Roberts, Chicago, 111. A 
60035, May 19, 1903; 2 c, May 19, 1903. 

Robinson, Byron. Arteria uterina ova- 
rica; the utero-ovarian artery, or, the 
genital vascular circle, anatomy and 
physiology, with their application in 
diagnosis and surgical intervention . . . 
Chicago, 111., e!" H. Colegrove, 1903. 
viii, 182 p. inch illus. (partly col. ) pi. 
26g cm. 
3—13902 32358 

B. Robinson, Chicago, 111. A 60134, 
May 11, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Robinson, Charles Mulford. Modern 
civic art; or, The city made beautiful 
. . . Xew York and London, G. P. 
Putnam's sons. 1903. iv, 381 p. 22* cm. 
3—13052 32359 

C. M. Robinson, Rochester. X. Y. A 
60184, May 21, 1903; 2 c. May 23, 1903. 

Robson (Arthur YV. ) Facts of interest 
to travelers and importers bv rail or 
water. 1903 ed. 118 pp. illus. 8°. 

32360 

A. W. Robson, Baltimore, Md. A 

60993, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Roche, J[oseph] T [nomas] The obliga- 
tion of hearing mass on Sundays and 
holy days . . . [Fairbury? Neb.] 1903. 
71 p. 20 cm. 
3—14437 32361 

J. T. Roche. Fairbury, Xebr. A 
60012, May 19, 1903; 2 c. May 19, 1903. 

Rochester co-operative home company 
contract. 32362 

George C. Wolcott, Rochester, X. Y. 
A 58773". Apr. 17, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 24.1903. 

Royce, Josiah. Outlines of psychology; 
an elementary treatise, with some prac- 
tical applications . . . Xew York, 
London, The Macmillan company. 
1903. xxvii. 392 p. 20 cm. {Half-title: 
Teachers' professional library) 
3—13379 32363 

Macmillan company, Xew York, 
X. Y. A 60364, May 25. 1903; 2 c. 
Mav 25, 1903. 



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Ruggles (Emma Lauretta). When that 

old chair was new. 32364 

E. L. Ruggles, Philadelphia, Pa. 

A 61008, June' 3, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 

1903. 

Rules for playing the game of exchange 
or futures in wheat. Rev. ed. folder. 
16°. 32365 

William Henry Draughon, Spring- 
field, Tenn. A 61671, June 12, 1903; 
2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Russell, Afddison] P[eale] Library 
notes. New ed., rev. and enl. Bos- 
ton, Houghton, Mifflin and company 
[1903] 2 p. 1., 402 p. 20 cm. 
3—14998 32366 

Content?.— Insufficiency.— Extremes. — Dis- 
guises.— Standards.— Rewards. — Limits.— In- 
congruity. — Mutations. — Paradoxes. —Con- 
trasts.— Types.— Conduct. — Religion. 

A. P. Russell, Wilmington, Ohio, in 
renewal for 14 vears from July 23, 
1903. A 60272, May 23, 1903; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 

Russian army. 32367 

Frank G. Carpenter, Washington, 
D. C. A 61884, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

Safe retreat. 36 pp. illus. obi. 32°. 

32368 
Eastern granite roofing co., New 
York, N. Y. A 61339, June 1, 1903; 
2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Saltus (Edgar). The episode in Servia. 

32369 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 62220, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 
1903. 

Plots while you wait. 32370 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. 
A 61940, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903. 

The recent slump in Wall street. 

32371 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. 

A 62457, J nne 22, 1903; 2c. June 22, 1903. 

San Jose city directory including Santa 
Clara Count v . . . 1903-1904 . . . San 
Jose T Cal., F. M. Ilnsted, 1903. 24 cm. 

32372 

F. M. Husted, San Jose, Cal. A 

61625, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Saving her life. In Chicago daily news, 
June 22, 1903. ' 32373 

W. Werner. Chicago, 111. A 61032, 
June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Savings accounts opened by mail. 8 pp. 

16°. 32374 

Benjamin F. Seymour jr., Denver, 

Colo. A 59456, May 12, 1903: 2 c. May 

12, 1903. 



Sawver-Man lamps. Technical data no. 

S-MS008. 11pp. illus. 12°. 32375 

Sawver-Man electric company, Xew 

York, N. Y. A 59469, May 12,1903; 

2 c. May 12, 1903. 

Scholz, John. A sailor's log of the win- 
ter cruise of the Xorth Atlantic squad- 
ron, November 8th, 1902-Mav 1st, 

1903 . . . Xorth Tarrvtown,X. Y., 
F. Gerhardt, 1903. [36]' p. 15* x 12 
cm. 32376 

Frederick Gerhardt, Xorth Tarrv- 
town, X. Y. A 60220, May 22, 1903; 
2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Sch wickerath, Robert, Jesuit education; 
its history and principles viewed in 
the light of modern educational prob- 
lems . . . St. Louis, Mo.,B. Herder, 
1903. xv, 687 p. 20* cm. 
3—14884 32377 

Bibliography: p. 662-670. 
Joseph Gummersbach, St. Louis, Mo. 
A 61375, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

The Scott stamp & coin company, I'd. 
The national stamp album . . . 1903 
ed. Xew York, The Scott stamp £ 
coin company, limited, 1903. 92 1. 
illus. 30. 1 , cm. 

3—14724 " 32378 

Scott stamp and coin company, ltd, 
Xew York, X. Y. A 60576, May 27, 
1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

[Scudder, Horace Elisha] Doings of the 
Bodley family in town and country, by 
the author of "'Stories from my attic," 
"Dream children," and " Seven little 
people and their friends "; with seven- 
ty-seven illustrations. Boston, 
Houghton, Mifflin and company [1903] 
vi, [9]-250p. incl. illus., plates, front. 
21.1 x 18 cm. 

3—14867 32379 

Grace Owen Scudder, Cambridge, 
Ma<s., in renewal for 14 years from 
Aug. 13, 1903. A 60271, May 23, 1903; 
2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Sculptors, manufacturers, and importers. 

1904 ed. 116 pp. obi. 8°. 32380 
A. Da Prato c^ co., Boston, Mass. 

A 61160, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Seattle business directory . . . May 1, 

1903 . . . [Seattle/ Wash.] L. R. 

Stradley [1903] 23£ cm. 32381 

Le Roy Stradley, Seattle, Wash. A 

61476, May 22, 1903; 2 c. May 21, 1903. 

Serviss (Garrett P.) The clairvoyant's 

vision as a scientific problem. 32382 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. V. A 

61941, June 15, 1903; 2c. June 15. loo.!. 



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Berviss (Garrett P.) — Continued. 

Mind reading and the Belgrade 

tragedy. 32383 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

62221, June 18, L903; 2c. June 18, L903. 

Our overcrowded book shelves. 

32384 

W. R. Hearst. New York. N. Y. ,V 

62456, June 22. 1903; 2c. June 22, 1903, 

Radio-activity is infinitesimal "par- 
ing." 32385 
V. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
02153, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

The recession of a great century. 

32386 

W. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. A 

61935, June 15, 1903; 2 e. June 15, 1903. 

Science for young folks. 32387 

AY. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
61939, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Shadduck (Merwin). The love that 

endures. 32388 

Daily storv publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. * A 62433, June 22, 1903; 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 

[Shakespeare, William]. The merchant 
of Yen ice; ed. with introduction, notes, 
appendices, and glossary by Thomas 
Marc Parrott . . . Xew York, H. 
Holt and company, 1903. xli, [2], 
220 p. 17J cm. (On cover: English 
readings) 

3— 14578 32389 

Henrv Holt & co., Xew York, X. Y. 
A 61246, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 
1903. 

Shepard, Thomas Gr[riffin] ed. Yale 
melodies, a collection of the latest songs 
used by the Yale university glee club; 
composed, comp. and ed . . . assisted 
by James W. Reynolds . . . Xew 
Haven, Conn., T*. G. Shepard, 1903. 
104 p. 27 cm. 

3—14741 32390 

T. G. Shepard, Xew Haven, Conn. 

A 59796, May 16, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Shibley (George H.) Majority rule the 
twentieth century revolution. Divi- 
sion 3. In Anier. co-operator, June 
20, 1903. 32391 

G. H. Shiblev, Washington, D. C. 
A 61782, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 
1903. 

Sire (Emilie). How John won Jenny. 

32392 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61029, June 3, 1903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 



skinner, Hubert M[arshall] The story 
of the Britons . . . Chicago, New 
York, A. Flanagan company [1903] 
241 p. inch front., illus. L9 cm. 
3— 14S44 32393 

•'Hooks for reference ami for reading": 
p. 236-237. 

A. Flanagan company, Chicago, 111. 
A 61 108, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Smith, William Augustus. His pseudoic 
Majesty: or. The knights of the fleece; 
illustrated by A. West, from original 
drawings by the author. Xew Y'ork, 
The Liberty publishing company, 1903. 

1 p. 1.. 397 p. front., 7 pi. 19^ cm. 
3—14853 ~ 32394 

W. A. Smith, Xew York, X. Y. A 
57725, Apr. 17, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Smith, William Henry. A political his- 
tory of slavery; being an account of the 
slavery controversy from the earliest 
agitations in the eighteenth century to 
the close of the reconstruction period in 
America, . . . with an introduction by 
Whitelaw Reid . . . Xew York and 
London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1903. 

2 v. front, (port.) 23£ cm. 
3—12843 ' 32395-32396 

Delavan Smith, Indianapolis, Ind. 
A 60033-60034, May 19, 1903; 2 c. each 
May 19, 1903. 

Snap shots at Xew Y^ork fashionables on 

their coaches. 32397 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y r . A 

62458, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Somebody's sister, by Uncle Jim. 32398 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61026, June 3. 1903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 

Sommerville, Maxwell. Joliffe; inci- 
dents of peculiar beliefs in meridional 
France . . . illustrated bv the author. 
Philadelphia, D. Biddle, 1903. 214 p. 
col. front., pi. (partly col.) 18i cm. 
3—14715 " 32399 

A. J. Drexel Biddle, Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 572S2, Apr. 1, 1903: 2 c. Apr. 
1, 1903. 

Songs of Cornell. Ithaca, X. Y., B. F. 



Lent [1903] 93, [2] p. illus. 



97A 






^ cm. 

32400 

B. F. Lent, Ithaca, X. Y. A 60195, 

May 21, 1903; 2 c. May 22, 1903. 

j Staines (Bassett). Mac Turk, lone em- 

I pire builder. 32401 

E. B. Warner, Hackensack, N. J. 

A 61904, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

— The man who talks with birds. 

32402 

E. B. Warner, Hackensack, X. J. 

j A 61444, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



Standard casualty tables. 
12°. 



1903. 39 pp. 
32403 



Standard publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 58804, May 4, 1903; 2 c. 
May 13, 1903. 

Standard chart of scientific massage and 
Swedish movements. Sheet, illus. 
23x31. 32404 

International massage & movement 
cure institute, New York, N. Y. A 
59507, May 11, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 30, 1903. 

Stan van (Frank H.) Dive into philoso- 
phy, Dad! Advice of custom made 
son to his readv made father. In Bos- 
ton Sunday globe, June 7, 1903. 32405 

Globe newspaper companv, Boston, 
Mass. A 61470, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 

16, 1903. 

Static protection for alternating current 
circuits. Technical data no. 8004. 40 
pp. illus. 12°. 32406 

Westinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 59471, 
May 12, 1903; 2 c. May 12, lw03. 

Stedman, Edmund Clarence. Victorian 
poets; revised, and extended, by a sup- 
plementary chapter, to the fiftieth year 
of the period under review . . . Bos- 
ton and New York, Houghton, Mifflin 
and company [1903] 1 p. 1., ix, [xiii]- 
xxiv p., 1 I.] 521 p. 20jj cm. 
3—14997 32407 

E. C. Stedman, Philadelphia. Pa. 
In renewal for 14 years from Aug. 5, 
1903. A ii()274, May 23. 1903; 2 c. June 

17, 1903. 

Steele (Clarence T.) Music in the first 
year, no. 4. In Prhnarv school, June, 
1903. 32408 

('. T. Steele. New York, N. Y. A 
62125, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 
1903. 

Stine, M. 11. Baron Stiegel [a novel] 

Philadelphia. Pa., Lutheran publica- 
tion society [1903] vi, 7-331 p. 20 
cm. {On cover; The John Hung prize 
series ) 
3—14710 32409 

Lutheran publication society, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. A 58285, Apr. 27, 1903; 
2 c. May 28. 1903. 

Stories from the Bible. And there came 
a certain poor widow and she threw 
in two mites, imp. illus. 4°. 32410 

McLoughlin brothers, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. A 61114, June 4. 1903; 2 c. 
June 4, 1903. 



Stories from the Bible — Continued. 
' ' Suffer little children to come unto 

me." imp. illus. 4°. 32411 

McLoughlin brothers, Brooklvn, 

N. Y. A 61116. June 4. 1903; 2 c. 

June 4, 1903. 

There cometh a woman of Samaria 

to draw water; Jesus saith unto her, 
"Give me to drink." unp. illus. 4 C . 

32412 
McLoughlin brothers, Brooklvn, 
N. Y. A 61113, June 4, 1903; 2 c. 
June 4, 1903. 

"Whosoever shall give a cup of water 

in my name. unp. illus. 4°. 32413 
McLoughlin brothers, Brooklvn. N. 
Y. A 61115, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 
1903. 

Stratemeyer. Edward. Joe the surveyor; 
or, The value of a lost claim . . . illus- 
trated bv A. B. Shute. Boston, Lee 
and Shepard, 1903. viii p., 1 1., 248 p. 
inch front. 3 pi. 19 cm. 
3—14862 32414 



Lee and 
60161, Mav 



Shepard, 
21, 1903; 



Boston, Mass. A 
2 c. June 13, 1903. 



Sudden surrender. In 
' news, June 16, 1903. 
W. Werner, Chicago 
June 10, 1903; 2 



Chicago daily 
32415 
111. A 61573, 
June 18, 1903. 



Supplement to Shepard's Illinois annota- 
tions contained in vol. 200 and 201. 
2 sheets. 32416 

Frank Shepard companv, New York, 
N. Y. A 62140, June 17, 1903; 2 c. 
June 17, 1903. 

Illinois appellate annotations con- 
tained in vol. 103. 32417 
Frank Shepard company, New York, 
N. Y. A 61977, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 6, 1903. 



— Missouri appeal 
tained in vol. 94. 



annotations con- 
32418 



Frank Shepard companv. New York. 
N. Y. A 62277, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 



— ( Oregon annotations 
vol. 41. 



Sutcliffe (Ilalliwell). 
queen of smugglers. 



contained in 
32419 

Frank Shepard company, New York, 
X. Y. A 62276, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 

The kin- and 
A cargo of good 

schnapps. 32420 

Pearson publishing company, New 

York. X. Y. A 55663, Mar. 21, 1903; 

2 c. Mar. 21, 1903. 



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Sutclift'e ( Halli well)— Continued. 

no. 2. 32421 

Pearson publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. A 58013, Apr. 22, 1903; 

2 c. Apr. 22, 1903. 

no. 3. The man who chased him- 
self. 32422 
Pearson publishing company, New 
York, X. Y. A 60200, May 22, 1903; 
2 e. May 22, 1903. 

no. 4. The fight in Ghostly Hollow. 

32423 
Pearson publishing company, New 
Y^ork, N. Y. A 62379, June 22, 1903; 
2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Sweet (Frank H.) The trapper's loye 

story. 32424 

Daily story publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. * A 61922, June 15, 1903; 

2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Swift, Frederick] E. Florida fancies, 
witli drawings by Albert E. Smith. 
New York and London, G. P. Put- 
nam's sons, 1903. iii, 120 p. front., 
illus., lOpl. 20 cm. 
3—13606 32425 

'•'Jack' Stanlev, a romance of the Cuban 
war": p. 93-120. 

F. R. Swift, Bridgeport, Conn. A 
59069, May 7, 1903; 2 c. May 8, 1903. 

Table of divisions ... as obtained with 
the universal dividing head, folder. 
8°. 32426 

Cincinnati milling machine company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. A 58777, Apr. 24, 
1903; 2 c. May 19, 1903. 

Talmadge (D. H.) Ezra Briggs' revenge. 

32427 

T. C. McClure, New York, X. Y. A 

61913, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Talmage ( Frank De Witt ) . Summer red- 
lights. In Christian herald, June 24, 

1903. 32428 

Louis Klopsch, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61777, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

Telephone directory of the Xew York 
telephone company and the Xew York 
and Xew Jersev telephone company, 
May 10th, 1903." 875 pp. 4°. 32429 
Xew Y T ork telephone company, Xew 
Y^ork, X. Y. A 61086, June 4, 1903; 2 
c. June 4, 1903. 

Test of genuine repentance. 32430 

J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 62213, 
June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Theuriet Andre i. e. Claude Adhtmar An- 
dre. Le mariage de Gerard . . . with 
explanatory notes in English by Ralph 
Emerson Bassett . . . Xew York, W. 



Theuriet, Andre" — Continued. 

R. Jenkins [1903] iv, [7] -285 p. ls.\ 
cm. {Oncover: Romans choisis, no. 3) 
3—14273 32431 

William R. Jenkins, Xew York, X. 
Y. A 61063, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 
1903. 

Thorp (William). Lord Lansdowne's 

see-saw career. 32432 

W. Thorp, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61445, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Thrice a bridesmaid, never a bride. 32433 

W. R. Hearst, Xew Y T ork, X. Y. A 

61929, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Told in the twilight. In Chicago daily 
news, June 17, 1903. 32434 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 61572, 
June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Tolman's water color labels. Book no. 

22. imp. illus. 24°, obi. 32435 

Tolman job print, Brockton, Mass. 

A 60270, July 8, 1902; 2 c. May 25, 

1903. 

Tower's waterproof oiled clothing. Il- 
lustrated price list no. 23. 24 pp. 16°. 

32436 
A. J. Tower company, Boston, Mass. 
A (50712, May 29, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 
1903. 

The Trust book & credit co. Credit 
reference and trust book for Omaha, 
Xebraska . . . [15th ed., 1903] Oma- 
ha. Xeb., The Trust book & credit co. 
[1903] 20 cm. 32437 

Trust book and credit company, 
Omaha, Xebr. A 61371, June 8, 1903; 
2 c. May 2, 1903. 

Tugman (Alfred Best). Tugman's index 
to the manufactures of the United 
States, 1903. vol. 3. pt. 1. unp. f°. 

32438 

A. B. Tugman, Philadelphia, Pa. A 

61802, June 15, 1903; 2c. June 17, 1903. 

Turning of the tide. In Chicago daily 
news, June 18, 1903. 32439 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 61199, 
June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Universal cyclopaedia and atlas. Pros- 
pectus, new ed. 32440 
D. Appleton & co., Xew York, X. Y. 
A 60721, May 15, 1903; 2 c. May 20, 1903. 

Unterbrink, John R[oman] The book- 
keeping owl; or, Practical bookkeeping 
explained, designed for the use of the 
general reader . . . Valparaiso, 

Ind., Wade & AYise, 1903. 102 p. 
front., illus. 15£ cm. 
3—14870 32441 

J. R. Unterbrink, Ottawa, O. A 
60295. May 13, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



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Vere (Percy). The story of a picture. 

32442 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61021, June 3, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Vervins, Alfred de. Flamina. Frank- 
lin, 0., The Editor publishing com- 
pany, 1903. 104 p. front. 17£ x 10£ 
cm. 

3—14991 32443 

Translated by Katherine P. White. 
Editor publishing company, Frank- 
lin, Ohio. A 61184, June 4, 1903; 2 c. ! 
Apr. 30, 1903. 

Viskniskki (Guy T.) Where and when 

flat dwellers make love. 32444 

G. T. Viskniskki, New York, X. Y. 

A 61905, June 15,1903; 2c. June 20,1903. 

Walsh, John H[enry] New primary 
arithmetic . . . Boston, D. C. Heath 
& co., 1903. viii, 211 p. 19 cm. 
3—13349 32445 

J. H. Walsh, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 
60246, May 22, 1903; 2 c." May 22, 1903. 

Ward. Susan Hayes. George H. Hep- 
worth, preacher, journalist, friend of 
the people; the story of his life. New 
York, E. P. Dutton and company, 
1903. vii, 294 p. front., plates, ports. 
2U cm. 

3—14975 32446 

E. P. Dutton £ CO., New York, N. Y. 

A 6156t), June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 13,1903. 

The Washington school for boys, Wash- 
ington, I). C. Year-hook, 190&-1904 
. . . [Washington, D. G, Printed 

by B. S. Adams, 1903] front., plates, 
map, plans. 25 em. 32447 

Louis L. Hooper, Washington, D. C. 
A 61091, June 4," 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Wasmann, Erie. Instinct ami intelli- 
gence in the animal kingdom. A crit- 
ical contribution to modern animal 
psychology. Authorized translation of 
the 2d and enl. ed. St. Louis, Mo., 
B. Herder, 1903. x, 171 p. 20 A cm. 
3—14430 3"2448 

Joseph Gummersbach, St. Louis, Mo. 
A61377, JuneS, 1903; 2c.Junel0, Do;;. 

Weather bulletin. June 27, 1903. 32449 

W. T. Foster, Washington, D. C. A 

61 132, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

Weed, Clarence M[oores] Birds in their 
relations to man; a manual of economic 
ornithology for the United States and 
Canada, by Clarence M. Weed . . . 
and Ned Dearborn . . . Philadel- 
phia and London, J. B. Lippincott 



Weed, Clarence M[oores] — Continued, 
company, 1903. viii p., 1 1., 380 p. 
front., iilus., plates. 2H cm. 
3-14872 32450 

••A partial bibliography of the economic 
relations of North American birds, by Clar- 
ence M. Weed"; p. 326-373. 

C. M. Weed and Ned Dearborn, 
United States. A 60385, May 25, 1903; 
2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Weeks, Arland D[eyett] The control of 
pupils . . . Syracuse, N. Y., C. W. 
Bardeen, 1903. 50 p., 1 1. 17^ cm. 
3—14887 32451 

C. W. Bardeen, Syracuse, X. Y. A 
61627, June 11, 1903 f 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Weir, Harrison [William] The poultry 
book. American ed. edited by Willis 
Grant Johnson assisted by George 0. 
Brown, as associate editor, and many 
American experts . . . [pt. 1] New 
York, Doubledav, Page & company, 
1903. col. front., illus., col. pi. 26 
cm. 

3—14249 32452 

Doubleday, Page & co., New York, 
N. Y. Ao9687,^May 15, 1903; 2 c. 
May 15, 1903. 

West (Eleanor). The point of view. 

32453 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61025, June 3, 1902; 3 
c. June 15, 1903. 

What physical exercise will do. 32454 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

62464, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

What to do when a girl says no. 32455 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

62466, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

White (Thomas J.) Beneath the Mis- 
sissippi skies. Sheet 8 by 5 inches. 

32456 

T. J. White, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

60902, June 2, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Why they hated Queen Draga. 32457 

W. R. Hearst, Xe\y York, X. Y. A 

(52460, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Wilcox (Ella Wheeler). All of success 

lies in you. 32458 

W. R. Hearst, Xe\y York, X. Y. A 

61937, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Little ironies of life. 32459 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. V. A 
62455, .June 22, L903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Love much. 32460 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
62546, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 



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Wilcox (Ella Wheeler)— Continued. 

Uproot the weeds in your heart. 

32461 

W. R. Hearst, Now York, N. V. A 

62449, June -2-2, L903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Women who play cards. 32462 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
62218, June IS, 1903; 2 e. June IS, 1903. 

Willard (JosiahFlynt) and Walton (Fran- 
cis). The great idea. 32463 
MeClure. Phillips & CO., New York, 
X. Y. A 62068, June 16, 1903: 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 

On sentence day. 32464 

s. s. MeClure company, New York, 
X. Y. A 55915, Mar. 11, 1903; 2 c. 
Mar. 11, 1903. 
Williams (Martha M'Culloch). Auto de 
Fe. 32465 

Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 61920, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

Williamstown directory, 1903-1901 . . . 
J. B. Goussett, compiler . . . 4th ed. 
Pittsfield, Mass., Gorman & Daly com- 
pany, printers, 1903. 24 cm. ' 32466 
J.' B. Goussett, Pittsfield, Mass. A 
61767, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Wilson (Etta S.) One of Michigan's 
strangest stories. 32467 

E. 8. Wilson, Detroit, Mich. A 61983, 
June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 



Wright (Carroll 1). ) says, The employer 

must treat his employe, as well as the 

stockholder, as an investor. 32468 

W. I). Boyce company, Chicago, 111. 

A 62146, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Wright (Wilbur Leslie). The art of mak- 
ing and casting cream fondants in plain 
white, maple, coffee, and chocolate. 
24 pp. 16°. 32469 

Coleman company, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 59443, May 12, 1903: 2 c. May 21 , 1903. 

Youngs (The) to sue Oregon county for 

false imprisonment. 32470 

Pulitzer publishing company, St. 

Louis, Mo. A 62192, June 18, 1903; 2 

c. June 18, 1903. 

1903 premium rates of American life in- 
surance companies. 1903. 119 pp. 
12°. 32471 

Spectator company, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 58303, Apr. 27, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

The 1904 Cornellian . . . [v. 35] 
[Ithaca, X. Y.] 1903. front, illus. 
(inch ports. ) plates. 25 £ cm. 32472 
Xineteen hundred and four cornellian 
board, Ithaca, X. Y. A 55794, Mar. 
13, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 



Xumber of books and pamphlets entered since Jan. 1, 1903 5, 725 

Number of leaflets, etc., entered since Jan. 1, 1903 1, 864 

Xumber of periodical contributions entered since Jan. 1, 1903 4, 052 

Total number of Books entered since Jan. 1, 1903 11, 641 



CLASS D, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalog ce. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full. "Copyright by Aaron Hoffman & Addison Burkhardt, Chicago, 111. 
Class D. XXc, no. 3644. June 13. 1903; 2 typewritten copies received June 12. 1903." 



Baron Munchausen, a comic opera in 2 
arts. Book, lyrics and music by Aaron 
S. Hoffman and Addison Burkhardt. f . 

32473 
Aaron S. Hoffman & Addison Burk- 
hardt, Chicago, 111. D 3644, June 13, 
1903; 2 typewritten c. June 13, 1903. 

Boston (A) crank; a musical comedy in 
three laughs bv John Ernest McCann. 
4°. 32474 

J. E. McCann, Xew York, X. Y. 
D 3661, June 26, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 26, 1903. 



i Camillo; operatic, comedv in three acts, 
bv Robert M. Sterret. ' 87 pp. 4°. - 

32475 
R. M. Sterret, Providence, R. I. D 
3623, June 19, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 19, 1903. 

Harvest (A) of sin, sensational melo- 
drama, in four acts, bv Vera De Xoie. 
4°. 32476 

V. De Xoie, Xew York, X. Y. D 
3651, June 25, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
I June 25, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Jack and Jill, a three act farce corned v, 

by William Henry Shelton. 4°. 32477 

' W. H. Shelton, New York, N. Y. D 

3621, June 19, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

June 19, 1903. 

Justice, a drama in four acts, by Ralph 
Austin Marchand. 89 pp. 4°'. 32478 
Ralph Austin Marchand, Cambridge, 
Mass. D 3622, June 19, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. June 19, 1903. 

Manager's (The) baby, a farce by Payson 



Irwin. 4 C 



32479 



P. Irwin, New York, N. Y. D 3650, 
June 25, 1903; 2 typewritten c. June 
25, 1903. 

Mis' Deborah has a visitor, a monologue, 

by May Isabel Fisk. 3 pp. 8°-. 32480 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. Y. 

D 3626, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Off for Europe, a musical coined v in 3 acts, 

by Edward E. Kidder. 4°. * 32481 

E. E. Kidder, New York, N. Y. D 

3649, June 16, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

June 16, 1903. 

Old (The) oaken bucket, comedy drama 
in four acts, by Maurice J. Fielding. 
106 pp. 4°. 32482 

M. J. Fielding, New York, N. Y. 
D 3634, June 22, 1903; 2 typewritten 
c. June 22, 1903. 



Our daily bread; a drama, by Justin 

Adams.* 69 pp. 4°. ' 32483 

J. Adams, Chelsea, Mass. D 3064, 

Feb. 27, 1903; 2 typewritten c. June 27, 

1903. 

Plav-actress (The); a one act farce bv 
Edythe Lewis Sch mitt. 40 pp. 4°. 

32484 
E. L. Schmitt, New York, N. Y. 
D 3639, June 23, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Professor (The); a satirical comedy in 
four acts, by Rollin J. Wells. 45 pp. 
f°. 32485 

R. J. Wells, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 
D 3630, June 20, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 20, 1903. 

Rohan; a romantic play in eight tableaux, 

by Kate Ernst. 82 pp. 4°. 32486 

Mrs. Kate Ernst, Toledo, Ohio. D 

3622, June 22, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

June 22, 1903. 

Ten nights in a bar-room ; a temperance 
play in five acts, bv William Tecumseh 
Nelson. f°. 32487 

W. T. Nelson, Chicago, 111. D 3662, 
June 26, 1903; 2 typewritten c. June 
26, 1903. 

Troubles at twenty. f°. 32488 

Anna Fink Thomas, Philadelphia, 
Pa. D 3631, June 20, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. June 19, 1903. 



Number of Dramas entered since Jan. 1, 1903 555 



CLASS E, MAPS AND CHARTS 

Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, it' printed in lull. "Copyright bv Sanborn map company, New York, N. Y. Class E, 
XXc, no. 4220, June 23, 1903; 2 copies received June 23, 1903." 



Apalachicola, Franklin co., Fla. May, 
1903. 4 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 32489 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N . Y . E 4220, .J une 23, 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 

Arkansas (map of), showing location of 
University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. 
Size, 4h by ()<] inches. 32490 

J. M. Matthews companY, Buffalo, 
N. Y. E 4189, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 



Brewton, Escambiaco., Ala. May, 1903. 
4 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 32491 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4219, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 

Bristol, Bucks co., Pa. (Insurance maps 
of). May, 1903. 15 sheets, 25 by 21 
inches. Scale, 50 ft. to inch. 32492 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E 4218, June 23, 1903; 2c. June 
23, 1903. 



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741 



Bristol, Bristol co., R. I. (Insurance 
maps of). May, L903. L3 sheets, 25 
by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 

32493 
Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4217, June 23, L903; 2 c. June 
28. 1903. 

Connecticut (Scarborough's map of). 
Size. 36 by 39 inches, on roller; scale. 
approximately 2* miles to the inch, 

32494 

Scarborough company, Boston, Mass. 

E 4121, May 29, 1903; 2c. June 29,1903. 

Dothan, Houston co., Ala. May, 1903. 
7 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 32495 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4216, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 

Eastman, Podge Co., Ga. May, 1903. 
3 sheets 25 bv 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. ' 32496 

Sanborn map company. New Y'ork, 
N. Y. E 4237, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 
26, 1903. 

Farmington, Franklin Co., Ale. May, 
1903. 3 sheets 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 32497 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E4230, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

Globe trolley map. 1903. Size, 11 by 13 

inches. 32498 

Globe newspaper co., Boston, Mass. 

E 4153, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Harrison and Kearny and the borough of 
East Xewark, Hudson co., N. J. 1903. 
(Atlas of the towns of) 8 plates bound, 
size of yolume 20 by 16 inches. 32499 
D. L. Miller & co.. Adams, Alass. 
E 4102, Alay 16, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Highland Falls, Orange Co., X. Y". Alay, 
1903. 4 sheets 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 32500 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E 4215 June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 

Lake \Vinnipesaukee, Xew Hampshire. 
Alap of. Size, 20i by 30£ inches. 

32501 
Elliot X. Burnwell, \Vinthrop, Mass. 
E 4069, Alay 16, 1903; 2 blueprint c. 
June 12, 1903. 

Le Roy, Genesee Co., X. Y. Alay, 1903. 
6 sheets 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 32502 

Sanborn map company, Xew Y'ork, 
X. Y. E 4236, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 
26, 1903. 



Milt'onl. Worcester co., Mass. (Insurance 
maps of) 20 sheets 25 by 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 32503 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E 4235, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 
26, 1003. 

Alinneapolis and St. Paul (Outline map 
of). Showing the parks, lakes and sum- 
mer resorts in the vicinity. Size, 16 by 
16 1 , inches. 32504 

H. A. Blodgett, St. Paul, Minn. E 
4152, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Mumford, Alonroe co., X. Y. Alay, 1903. 
Size, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an 
inch. 32505 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y\ E 4229, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 
26, 1903. 

Xew Y'ork, (Bridgman's new railroad 
and township map of). In six sheets, 
each 36 bv 28 inches. 32506 

E. C. Bridgman, Xew York, X. Y. 
E 4224, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 
1903. 

Xew Y T ork, (Improvement in the city 

plan). Size, 9 by 6 inches. 32507 

House and garden, Philadelphia, Pa. 

E 4128, Alav 28, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 

1903. 

Xew Y^ork city, (Alatthews-Xorthrup 
map of part of) with new distance in- 
dicating index. Size, 11J by 7j inches; 
scale one mile = 5,280 feet.' 32508 

J. X. Alatthews company, Buffalo, 
X. Y. E 4191, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

Xorth Berwick, Y'ork co., Ale. Alav, 
1903. 2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 32509 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y. E4231, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

Xorth Platte, Lincoln co., Xebr. Apr., 
1903. (Insurance maps of.) 5 sheets, 
25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an 
inch." 32510 

Sanborn map company, Xew Y"ork, 
X. Y. E4193, June 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 

Xorthern Wisconsin and Alichigan ( Hunt- 
ing and fishing resorts, reached by the 
Chicago and Xorth western Railway). 
Size, 27i by 22 inches. 32511 

Chicago & Xorth western Bv. co., 
Chicago, 111. E 4183, June 8, 1903; 2 
c. June 29, 1903. 

Phillips, Franklin co., Ya. Alay, 1903. 
2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 32512 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 
X. Y~. E4228, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 



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Pulaski, Pulaski co., Va. May, 1903. 
7 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 32513 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4227, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

Pleasanton, Alameda co. , Cal. May, 1903. 
5 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 32514 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4192, June 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Roanoke, Roanoke co., Va. (Insurance 
maps of. ) 37 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 
Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 32515 

Sanborn map company. New York, 
N. Y. E 4226, June 26 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

Salem, Roanoke co., Ya. May, 1903. 10 
sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. * 32516 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4234, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo co., 
Cal. May, 1903. 24 sheets. 25 by 21 
inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 

32517 
San horn map company, San Fran- 
cico, Cal. E 4182, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 9, 1903. 

Scotland (Scarborough's map of). Size. 

42 by 3<i inches, (in roller; scale, English 
statute miles, approximately 7 to the 
inch. 32518 

Scarborough company, Boston, Mass. 
E4124, June 1, 1903;* 2 c. June 29, 
1903. 



Scottsville, Monroe co., N. Y. May, 
1903. 2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 32519 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4233, June 2*6, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

Sebastopol, Sonoma co., Cal. May, 1903. 
5 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 35520 

Sanborn map company, Xew York, 



N. Y. E4213, 
June 23, 1903. 



June 23, 1903; 



Spearville, Lawrence co., S. Dak. 
1903. 5 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 
50 ft. to an inch. 



May, 
Scale, 
32521 

Sanborn map company. New York, 
N. Y. E4232, June 26,-1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

Stoneham, Middlesex co., Mass. May, 
1903. 10 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 32522 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E4214, June 2*3, 1903; 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Tennille, Washington co., Ga. May, 
1903. Size, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft. to an inch. 32523 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E4225, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

United States and its new possessions. 
Puerto Rico, Cuba, Hawaii, Philippine 
Islands, and Alaska, with general 
maps of Europe, Asia. Africa, and Pan- 
America. Approximate scale of miles, 
112 to the inch. Size, 36 by 39 inches, 
on roller. 32524 

Scarborough company, Boston, Mass. 



E40?o, 

1903. 



May is, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 



Number of Maps and charts entered since Jan. 1, 1903 



986 



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PERIODICALS 



CLASS B, PERIODICALS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
if printed in full would read. •• Copyright by New England railway publishing company, Boston, 
Mass. Class B. XXc. no. 39G32, June 7, 1903: 2 copies received June 1. 1903." 



ABC (The) pathfinder and dial once a 

week. v. 42. no. 23. June 7, 1903. 

2 c. June 1, 1903. 32525 
v. 42. no. 24. June 14, 1903. 2 c. 

June 8, 1903. 32526 
v. 42, no. 25. June 21, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 32527 
v. 42, no. 26. June 28, 1903. 2 c. 

June 23, 1903. 32528 

New England railway publishing 

company, Boston, Mass. B 39632- 

39635, Dec. 9, 1902. 

Abendblatt der N. Y. staats-zeitung 
[dailv]. folio, New York. v. 69, no. j 
148. 'Mondav, June 22, 1903. 2 c. June 

23, 1903. 32529 
v. 69, no. 149. Tuesday, June 23, ' 

1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. * 32530 
v. 69, no. 150. Wednesday, June 

24, 1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. " 32531 
v. 69, no. 151. Thursday, June 25, ! 

1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. ' 32532 
v. 69, no. 152. Friday, June 26, ! 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. ' 32533 
v. 69. no. 153. Saturday, June 27, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. ' 32534 

Xew Yorker staats-zeitung, New 

York, N. Y. B 44125-44130, Jan. 2, 

1903. 

Advance (The), v. 45, no. i960. June 

4. 1903. 2 c. June 5, 1903. 32535 

v. 45, no. 1961. June 11, 1903. 2 



Advance reports supplemental to "The 
Legal intelligencer " — Continued. 

v. 60, no. 25. June 19, 1903. 32540 

Frank M. Fuller, secretary of the 
commonwealth, for the State of Penn- 
sylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. B 54592, 
June 19, 1903; 2 c, June 20, 1903. 

Agricultural advertising, v. 10, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 32541 

Frank B. White company, Chicago, 

111. B 54774, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 

26, 1903. 

Ainslee's. v. 11, no. 6. July, 1903. 

32542 
Ainslee magazine co.. Xew York, 
N. Y. B 54118, June 15, 1903: 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

American agriculturist [weekly], quarto, 
Xew York. v. 71, no. 23. June 6, 
1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 32543 



c. June 12, 1903. 
— v. 45, no. 1962. 
c. June 19, 1903. 



32536 

June 18, 1903. 2 

32537 



v. 45. no. 1963. June 25, 1903. 



c. June 26, 1903. 



32538 



Advance publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 50251-50254, Mar. 23, 
1903. 

Advance reports supplemental to "The 
Legal intelligencer" [weekly] 8°, Phila. 
v. 60, no. 24. June 12, 1903. 32539 
Frank M. Fuller, secretary of the 
commonwealth, for the State of Penn- 
sylvania, Harrisburg. Pa. B 53871, 
June 12. 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 



— v. 71, no. 24. 
June 11. 1903. 

— v. 71, no. 25. 
June 19, 1903. 

— v. 71, no. 26. 
June 27, 1903. 



June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

32544 

June 20, 1903. 2 c. 



32545 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

32546 

Orange Judd company, Xew York, 
X. Y. B 46436-46439, Jan. 10, 1903. 

American bankruptcy reports annotated. 

v. 9, no. 6. June, '1903. 32547 

Matthew Bender, Albany, X. Y. B 



53631, June 6, 1903; 



June 9, 1903. 



America (La) cientifica. no. 162. June, 

1903. 32548 

Munn & co., Xew York, X. Y. B 

43537, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

American (The) echo. v. 1. no. 2. Julv, 
1903. 32549 

The American echo publishing com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. B 53865, June 
12, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 
American exchange and review, v. 57. 
no. 6. June, 1903. 32550 

Review publishing and printing com- 
pany. Philadelphia, Pa. B 46128, Jan. 
I 8, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 
95 369 



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American (The) field, v. 59, no. 23. 
June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 5, 1903. 32551 



— v. 59, no. 24. 
June 12, 1903. 

— v. 59, no. 25. 
June 19, 1903. 

— v. 59. no. 26 
June 26, 1903. 



June 13. 1903. 
June 20, 1903. 



i c. 
3^552 



32553 

June 27. 1903. 2 c. 

32554 

American field publishing companv. 
Chicago, 111. B 49894-49897. Mar. 2. 
1903. 

American (The) hatter, v. 32. no. 11. 

June, 1903. 32555 

The Gallison & Hobron co.. Xew 

York. X. Y. B 46474, Jan. 10. 1903: 2 

c. June 24. 1903. 

American (The) home journal, v. 2. no. 

2. June, 1903. 32556 

^y. R. Hearst. Xew York, X. Y. B 

53735, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

American lumberman. June 6, 1903. 

32557 
American lumberman. Chicago. 111. 
B 53666, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June S, 
1903. 

June 13, 1903. 32558 

American lumberman, Chicago, 111. 
B 53963, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903. 

June 20, 1903. 32559 

American lumberman, Chicago, 111. 
B 54760, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22. 1903. 

American manufacturer and iron world, 
v. 72. no. 23. June 4, 1903. 2 c. June 

5, 1903. 32560 
v. 72. n«». 24. June 11, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 32561 
v. 72. no. 25. June 18. 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, L903. 32562 
v. 72. no. 26. June 25, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26, 1903. 32563 

National iron and steel publishing 

companv, Pittsburg, Pa. B 41774- 

41777, Dec 27, 1902. 

American medicine, v. 5, no. 2:5. June 

6, 19 _ .Inn.- 6, 1903. 32564 
v. 5, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 32565 

v. 5. no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 2' i. L903. 32566 

v. 5. no. 2t). June 27. 11)03. 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 32567 

American medicine publishing com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. B 50996- 
50999, Apr. 6. 1903. 

American (The) monthly magazine, v. 

22, no. 6. June, 1903.' 32568 

Xational society daughters of the 

American revolution, Washington, D. C. 

B 42099, Dec. 31, 1902; 2c. June 25, 1903. 



American (The) mother, v. 17, no. 4. 

June, 1903. 32569 

The American mother co., Battle 

Creek, Mich. B 50553, Mar. 23. 1903; 

2 c. June 15, 1903. 

American physical education review . v. 
8, no. 2. June. 1903. 32570 

American physical education associa- 
tion, Brooklyn, X. Y. B 54710, June 
19, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

American (The) telephone journal, v. 7. 

no. 25. June 18. 1903. 32571 

The American telephone journal co., 

Xew York. X. Y. B 5477-5, June 22, 

1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

American woman's home journal, v. 2, 

no. 2. June, 1903. 32572 

W. B. Hearst. Xew York, X. Y. B 

53721, June 8. 1903: 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Annals of surgerv. v. 37, no. 6. June, 

1903. 32573 

J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 53772, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 

10, 1903. 

Argosy I The) . v. 42. no. 4. Julv, 1903. 

32574 

The Frank A. Munsev companv, 
Xew York. X. Y. B 53433. June 2, 
1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Army and navy register, army ami navy 
illustrated supplement. June 6. 1903. 

32575 
Army and navy publishing companv, 
Washington, D.* C. B 53621, June *6. 
1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Art (L') de la mode. no. 250. Aug., 

1903. 32576 

The Morse-BrouLrhton co.. Xew 

York, X. Y. B 38989, Xov. 28, 1902; 

2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Association bo vs. v. 2, no. 4. Aug., 
1903. 32577 

The International committee of 
young men's christian association, 
Xew York. X. Y. 15 53770. June 10, 
1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Atlantic (The) monthly. Julv, 1903. 

32578 

Houghton, Mifflin & co., Boston, 

Mass. B 46806, Jan. 16, 1903; 2 c. 

June 24, 1903. 

Atlantic reporter [weekly], 8° [St. Paul]. 

v. 54, no. 14. June 11, 1903. 32579 

West publishing companv, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 53641, June 6, "1903; 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 

v. 54, no. 15. June 18, 1903. 

32580 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54119, June 15, '1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 



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371 



Automobile (The). June 27, 1903. 

32581 
The Class journal CO., New York, 
N. Y. B 46952, Jan. 17, 1903; 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. 

Ave (The) Maria, v. 56, no. 23. June 
6, 1903. 2 e. June 5, 190:;. 32582 



— v. 50, no. 24. 
June 12, 1903. 

— v. 56, no. 25. 
June 19, 1903. 

— v. 56, no. 26. 
June 26, 1903. 



June 13, 1903. 



June 20, 



June 27. 



32583 
1903. 2 c. 

32584 
1903. 2 c. 

32585 
B 



D. E. Hudson, Notre Dame. In 
42755-42758, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Baby (The) pathfinder railway guide. 

v. 18, no. 6. June 15, 1903. " 32586 

New England railway publishing 

company, Boston, Mass. B 39667, Dec. 

9, 1902; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Bakers review, v. 7, no. 3. 32587 

Win. R. Gregory co., New York, 
N. Y. B 53498, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 
19, 1903. 

Bankers' (The) magazine, v. 66, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 32588 

The Bankers publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. B 52888, Mav 21, 

1903: 2 c. June 12, 1903. 



Beauty and health. 
1903. 



i, no. 4. July, 
32589 



Bernarr Macfadden, New York, 
N. Y. B 53372, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

Benziger's magazine, v. 5, no. 10. July, 

1903. 32590 

Benziger brothers, New York, N. Y. 

B 54862, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24,1903. 

Berkshire (The) Hills, v. 3, no. 9. May, 

1903. 32591 

Wm. H. Phillips, Pittsfield, Mass. 

B 51943, Apr. 27, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

Bibliographer (The), v. 2, no. 6. June, 

1903. 32592 

Dodd, Mead & co., New Y T ork, N. Y. 

B 54222, June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Biles' semi-monthly pocket edition 

whiskey price list. v. 13, no. 23. June 

10, 1903. 32593 

The J. W. Biles co. , Cincinnati, Ohio. 

B53477, June 4, 1903; 2c. Junel3, 1903. 

Black (The) cat. v. 8, no. 10. July, 

1903. 32594 

The Short story publishing company, 

Boston, Mass. B 54237, June 17, 1903; 

2 c. June 19, 1903. 

1278—03 3 97 



Black (The) diamond, v. 30, no. 23. 

June 6, 1903. 32595 

The Black diamond co., Chicago, 111. 

B 53672 June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

v. 30, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 32596 

The Black diamond co., Chicago, 111. 
B 54766, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 15,1903. 

v 30, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 32597 

The Black diamond co., Chicago, 111. 
B 54923, June 24, 1903; 2c. June 22,1903. 

Book of the month, v. 1, no. 4. July, 

1903. 32598 

John B. Sullivan, Yonkers, N. Y. 

B 54765, June 22,1903; 2c. June 22, 1903. 

Booklovers (The) magazine, v. 2, no. 1. 

July, 1903. 32599 

The Library publishing company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. B 53622, June 6, 

1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Bookman (The), v. 17, no. 5. July, 

1903. 32600 

Dodd, Mead & co., New York, N. Y. 

B 55066, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Boston American, v. 2, no. 5. June, 

1903. 32601 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 

B 53722, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 



Boston (The) daily g 
Sunday, June 7, 
1903. 

63, no. 159. 

2 c. June 9 

63, no. 160. 



1903 

— v. 
1903 

— v. 



lobe. v. 63, no. 158. 

1903. 2 c. June 8, 

32602 

Monday, June 8, 
, 1903. 32603 

Tuesday, June 9, 



2 c. June 10, 1903. 32604 

63, no. 161. Wednesday, June 

10, 1903. 2 c. June 11, 1903. " 32605 

— v. 63, no. 162. Thursday, June 11, 
1S03. 2 c. June 12, 1903. 32606 

— v. 63, no. 163. Friday, June 12, 
1903. 2 c. June 13, 1903. 32607 

— v. 63, no. 164. Saturday, June 13, 
1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 32608 

The Globe newspaper co., Boston, 
Mass. B 50013-50019, Mar. 19, 1903. 



— v. 63. 
17, 1903. 

— v. 63, 
1903. 2 

— v. 63, 
1903. 2 

— v. 63, 
1903. 2 

— v. 63, 
1903. 2 

— v. 63. 
1903. 2 

— v. 63, 
24, 1903. 

— v. 63, 
1903. 2 



no. 168. Wednesday, June 

2 c. June 18, 1903. 32609 

no. 169. Thursday, June 18, 

c. June 19, 1903. 32610 

no. 170. Friday, June 19, 
c. June 20, 1903. 32611 

no. 171. Saturday, June 20, 
c. June 22, 1903. 32612 

no. 173. Monday, June 22, 
c. June 23, 1903. " 32613 

no. 174. Tuesday, June 23, 
c. June 24, 1903. 32614 

no. 175. Wednesday, June 
2 c. June 25, 1903. 32615 

no. 176. Thursday, June 25, 
c. June 26, 1903. 32616 



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Boston (The) daily globe — Continued. 
v. 63, no. 177. Friday, June 26, 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. 32617 
v. 63, no. 178. Saturday, June 27, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. * 32618 

The Globe newspaper co., Boston, 

Mass. B 53969-53978, June 15, 1903. 

Boston Sunday journal. June 14, 1903. 

32619 

Frank A. Munsey, New York, N. Y. 

B 53775, June 10, 1903 ; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

June 21, 1903. 32620 

Frank A. Munsey, New York, N. Y. 
B 54230, June 16, 1903 ; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Botanical (The) gazette, v. 35, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 32621 

The University of Chicago, Chicago, 

111. B 35312, Sept. 2, 1902; 2 c. June 

27, 1903. 

Boys of America, v. 2, no. 88. June 6, 

1903. 32622 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 

B 52619, Mav 12, 1903; 1 c. May 22, 

1903; 1 c. June 17, 1903. 

v. 2, no. 91. June 27, 1903. 32623 

Street & Smith. New York, N. Y. B 
53112, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

V. 2, no. 92. July 4, 1903. 32624 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. B 
53473 r June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

v. 2, no. 93. July 11, 1903. 32625 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. B 
53769, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Bradstreet's [weekly], quarto, New York, 
no. 1301. June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 6, 



Brown (The) book. v. 7, no. 3. July, 
1903. 326:55 

Richards publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. B 48248, Feb. 13, 1903; 2 c. 
June 25, 1903. 

Browning's magazine. July, 1903. 

32636 
Browning, King & co., New York, 
N.Y. B 39213, Dec. 4, 1902; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 

Bulletin (The) of pharmacy, x. 17, no. 
6. June, 1903. 32637 

William M. AVarren, Detroit, Mich. 



B 53966, June 15, 1903; 
1903. 



c. June 12. 



1903. 






32626 


— no. 1302. 


June 13, 


1903. 


2 c. June 


13, 1903. 






32627 


— no. 1303. 


June 20, 


1903. 


2 c. June 


20, 1903. 






32628 


— no. 1304. 


June 27, 


1903. 


2 c. June 


27, 1903. 






32629 



The Bradstreet company, New York, 
\. V. B 45249-45252, Jan. 3, 1903. 

Brainard's musical, v. 4, no. 4. 32630 
The S. Brainard's sons co., New York, 
X. Y. B54928, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 
24, 1903. 



Brooklyn life. no. 692 

2 c. June 6, 1903. 
no. 693. June 13, 1903 



13, 1903. 

— no. 694. 
20, 1903. 

— no. 695. 
27, 1903. 

Brooklyn life 
Brooklyn', X. Y 
19, 1902. 



June 6, 1903. 

32631 

2 c. June 

32632 

2 c. June 

32633 

2 c. June 

32634 

publishing company, 

B 41134-41137, Dec. 



June 20, 1903. 
June 27, 1903 



Burr Mcintosh monthly, v. 1, no. 3. 

32638 

Burr Mcintosh, New York, N. Y. B 

54167, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Butterick fashions, y. 53, no. 1. July, 

1903. 32639 

The Butterick publishing company, 

limited, New York, N. Y. B 53799, 

June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Buyers' (The) reference, street railway 

edition. June, 1903. 32640 

The Buyers' reference com pan v. 

New York, N. Y. B 53702, June 8, 

1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Plumbers' edition. June, 1903. 

32641 
The Buyers' reference co., inc., New 
York, N. Y. B 54223, June 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Calendar (The) of monthly intentions. 

v. 20, no. 7, 1903. 32642 

Apostleship of prayer, New York, 

N. Y. B 42988, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. June 

24, 1903. 

Callanan's monthly, v. 6, no. 8. June, 

1903. 32643 

L. J. Callanan, New York, N. Y. B 

54792, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

Carpet (The) and upholstery trade re- 
yiew. v. 34, no. 12. June 15, 1903. 

32644 
Reyiew publishing company, New 
York, X. Y. B 53838, June 12, 1903; 
2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Carriage (The) monthly. Year 39 no. 

3. June, 1903. 32645 

Ware brothers, Philadelphia, Pa. B 

50295, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Caterer (The), v. 13, no. 10. May. 

1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 326*6 
v. 13, no. 11. June, 1903; 2 c. June 

11, 1903. 32647 

The Caterer publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. B 54448-5444 ; >, 

June 11, 1903. 



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Catholic news. v. 17, no. 32. June 3, 

1903. 2 c. June 2, 1903. 32648 
v. 17, no. 33. June 10, 1903. 2 c. 

June 9, 1903. 32649 
v. 17, no. 34. June 17, 1903. 2 c. 

June 16, 1903. 32650 
v. 17, no. 35. June 24, 1903. 2 c. 

June 23, 1903. 32651 

Catholic news publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. B 4317(i-43179, Jan. 
2. 1903. 



— v. 17, no. 33. 
June 8, 1903. 

— v. 17, no. 34. 
June 13, 1903. 

— v. 17, no. 35. 
June 20. 1903. 

— v. 17, no. 36. 
June 27, 1903. 

Catholic news 
New York, N. Y. 
2, 1903. 



June 6, 1903. 



32652 

June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

32653 
June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

32654 
June 27. 1903. 2 c. 

32655 

publishing company, 

B 43125-43128, Jan. 



Century (The) magazine, v. 66, no 3. 

July," 1903. 32656 

The Century co., Xew York, X. Y. 

B 54759, June' 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 

1903. 

Chautauquan (The), v. 37, no. 4. July, 

1903. 32657 

The Chautauqua press, Springfield, 

Ohio. B 36587, Oct. 1, 1902; 2 c. June 

25, 1903. 

Chicago apparel gazette, v. 27, no. 9. 

June 10, 1903. 32658 

Waldo-Fairchild company, Chicago, 

111. B 53872, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 

13, 1903. 

Chicago (The) daily news, folio, Chicago. 

y. 28, no. 142. Monday, June 15, 1903. 

2 c. June 17, 1903. 32659 
v. 28, no. 143. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. 32660 
v. 28, no 144. Wednesday, June 17, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. 32661 
y. 28, no. 145. Thursday, June 18, 

1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. ' 32662 
v. 28, no. 146. Friday, June 19, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. * 32663 
v. 28, no. 147. Saturday, June 20, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. " 32664 

The Chicago daily news company, 

Chicago, 111. ~ B 52842-52847, May 18, 

1903. 

Chicago the electric city. v. 1, no. 3. 

June, 1903. 32665 

Electric city publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. B 51269, Apr. 13, 1903; 

2 c. June 27, 1903. 



Christian herald, v. 26, no. 22. June 3. 

1903. 2 c. June 2, L903. 32666 
v. 26, no. 23. June 10, 1903. 2 c. 

June 9, 1903. 32667 
v. 20, no. 24. June 17, 1903. 2 c. 

June 16, 1903. 32668 
v. 26, no. 25. June 24, 1903. 2 c. 

June 23, 1903. 32669 

Louis Klopsch, Xew York, X. Y. B 

42338-42341, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Christian (The) science journal, v. 21, 

no. 2. May, 1903. 32670 

Mary Baker G. Eddy, Concord, N. H. 

B 53771, June 10,1903; 2 c. June 10,1903. 

Christian (The) science quarterly, v. 14. 

no. 2. July, Aug., Sept., 1903. 32671 

Mary Baker G. Eddy, Concord, X. H. 

B 53598, June 6, 1903;' 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Churchman (The), v. 87, no. 23. June 
6, 1903. 2 c. June 5, 1903. 32672 



— v. 87, no. 24. 
June 13, 1903. 

— v. 87, no. 25. 
June 19, 1903. 

— v. 87, no. 26. 
June 26, 1903. 



June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

32673 
June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

32674 
June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

32675 



The Churchman co., Xew York, 
X. Y. B 45325-45328, Jan. 3, 1903. 

Citator (The). Iowa edition, v. 2, no. 

1. May, 1903. 3267 6 

Beed, Adams & co., Lapeer, Mich.. 

B 37708, Oct. 31, 1902; 2 c.June 27,1903. 

Cleveland American, v. 2, no. 2. June. 

1903. 32677 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. B 

53723, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Cleveland Journal, v. 2, no. 2. June, 

1903. 32678 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York. X. Y. B 

53724, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Clothier (The) and furnisher. June, 

1903. 32679 

The Geo. X. Lowrev co., Xew York.. 

X. Y. B 53754, June 9, 1903; 2 c[ 

June 9, 1903. 

Coal (The) trade bulletin, v. 9, no. 1. 

June 1, 1903. 2 c. June 1, 1903. 32680 
v. 9, no. 2. June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 32681 

The coal trade co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

B 52624-52625, May 9, 1903. 

Cold storage, v. 9, no. 6. June, 1903.. 

32682 
The cold storage publishing com- 
pany. Xew York, N. Y. B 47245, Jan.. 
24, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 



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Collier's weekly, v. 31, no. 5. Mav 2, 
1903. 2 c. Apr. 29, 1903. 32683 

v. 31, no. 6. May 9, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 32684 

v. 31, no. 7. Mav 16, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 32685 

v. 31, no. 8. Mav 23, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13. 1903. 32686 

v. 31, no. 9. May 30, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 32687 

P. F. Collier and son. New York, 
N. Y. B 50677-50681, Mar. 30, 1903. 

Colored ( The) American magazine. Mav, 
June. 1903. 32688 

Colored co-operative publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. B 54877, June 23, 
1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Commercial advertiser Saturday pictorial 
review, no. 212. June 6, 1903. 2 c. 



June 6, 1903. 

— no. 218. June 1 
13, 1903. 

— no. 224 
22, 1903. 



1903. 



— no. 230. 
27. 1903. 



Tune 20, 1903. 
lime 27, 1903. 



32689 
2 c. June 

32690 
2 c. June 

32691 
2 c. June 

32692 



The Commercial advertiser associa- 
tion, New York, X. Y. B 53623-53626, 
Jane 6, 1903. 

Congregationalist (The), v. 88, no. 23. 
June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 5, 1903. 32693 
- v. 88, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 



June 11, 1903. 

— v. 88, no. 25 
June 19, 1903. 

— v. 88, no. 26 

June 25. 1903. 



June 20, 1903. 
June 27, 1903. 



32694 

c. 

32695 

2 c. 



Cordage trade journal 
June 4, 1903. 



32696 
Congregational Sunday school and 
publishing society, Boston, Mass. B 
42026-42029, Dec. 15, 1902. 

Cook's American travellers gazette, v. 

53, no. 7. July, 1903. 32697 

Thos. Cook & son, New York, N.Y. B 

53785, June 11, 1903: 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

v. 26, no. 11. 

32698 

Chas. H. Delano & son. New York, 

N. Y. B 53509, June 5. L903; 2 c. June 

8, 1903. 

v. 26, no. 12. June 18, 1903. 32699 

Chas. H. Delano & son, New York, 
N. Y. B 54576, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
June 20, 1903. 

Costume (Le) royal, v. 7, no. 11. Aug., 

1903. 32700 

The royal pattern co., New York, 

X. Y. B 45604, Jan. 7, 1903; 2 c. June 

24, 1903. 

100 



Country life in America. 
July/ 1903. 



v. 4, no. 3. 
32701 



Doubledav, Page & co., New Y'ork, 
N. Y. B 54865, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 
June 24, 1903. 

Craw's (Geo. R.) bulletin, v. 2, no. 5. 
May, 1903. 32702 

Geo. K. Craw, Chicago, 111. B 53030. 
May 25, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Crescent (The) and grip. v. 1, no. 1. 

May, 1903. 32703 

J. M. Dresser, United States. B 

52904, May 18, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Criterion (The), v. 4, no. 4. July, 1903. 

' 32704 
The Criterion publication co., New 
York, N. Y. B 54225, June 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Critic (The), v. 43, no. 1. July, 1903. 

32705 

The Critic company, New Y'ork, X'. Y. 

B 54822, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Cuba (The) bulletin, v. 1, no. 1. June. 

1903. 32706 

Munson steamship line, Xew York. 

N. Y. B 53742, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 

13, 1903. 

Daily racing form, folio, Chicago, v. 9. 

no. 136. Sunday, June 7, 1903. 2 c. 

June 8, 1903. 32707 
v. 9, no. 137. Tuesday, June 9, 1903. 

2 c. June 10, 1903. 32708 
v. 9, no. 138. Wednesday, June 10, 

1903. 2 c. June 11, 1903. 32709 
v. 9, no. 139. Thursday, June 11. 

1903. 2 c. June 12, 1903. * 32710 
v. 9, no. 140. Friday, June 12, 1903. 

2 c. June 13, 1903. 32711 

v. 9, no. 141. Saturday, June 13, 

1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. * 32712 

v. 9, no. 142. Sunday, June 14, 1903. 

2 c. June 15, 1903. 32713 
v. 9, no. 143. Tuesday, June 16, 190:!. 

2 c. June 17, 1903. 32714 
v. 9, no. 144. Wednesday, June 17, 

1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. 32715 
v. 9, no. 145. Thursday, June is, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. " 32716 
v. 9, no. 146. Friday, June 19, 190:5. 

2 c. June 20, 1903. 32717 

v. 9, no. 147. Saturday, June 2<>. 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. " 32718 

v. 9, no. 148. Sunday, June 21, 1903. 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 32719 
v. 9, no. 149. Tuesday, June 23, 1903. 

2 c. June 24, 1903. 32720 
v. 9, no. 150. Wednesday, June 24. 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. 32721 
v. 9, no. 151. Thursday, June 25, 

1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. 32722 
v. 9, no. 152. Friday, June 26, L903. 

2 c. June 27, 1903. 32723 






V. 35, No. 2' 



PERIODICALS 



375 



Daily racing form — Continued. 

v. 9, no. 153. Saturday,, June 27, 

1903. 2 c. Juno 29, L903. ' 32724 

Frank II. Brunell, Chicago, 111. B 

54168-54185, June 16, 1903. 

Delineator (The). July, 1908. 32725 
The Butterick publishing company, 
limited, New York, N. Y. B 53796, 
June 12, 1903; 2 e. June 12, 1903. 



v. 18, no. 3. Julv, 
32726 



Designer (The) 
1908. 

Standard fashion co., New York, 
X. Y. B 53663, June 8, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903. 

Devotional meeting topics. June 1, 1903. 

32727 

Rov S. Marsh, Fredonia, X. Y. B 

52542, May 9, 1903; 2 e. June 8, 1903. 

July 1, 1903. 32728 

RovS. Marsh, Fredonia, N. Y. B 
53249, May 29, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Dietetic (The) and hygienic gazette, v. 

19, no. 6. June, 1903. 32729 

The Gazette publishing company, 

New York, X. Y. B 48017, Feb. 6, 

1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Dolphin (The), v. 4, no. 1. July, 1903. 

" 32730 
American ecclesiastical review, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. B 47034, Jan. 19, 1903; 
2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Dry goods guide, v. 11, no. 5. June, 

1903. 32731 

Black publishing: company, Xew 

Y^ork, X. Y. B. 54593, June 19, 1903; 

2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Ecclesiastical (The) review, v. 29, no. 1. 
July, 1903. 32732 

American ecclesiastical review, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. B 46712, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Education, v. 23, no. 10. June, 1903. 

32733 

The Palmer company, Boston, Mass. 

B 53661, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Elite stvles. v. 7, no. 8. Aug., 1903. 

32734 
Elite styles company, Xew York, 
X. Y. B 39935, Dec. 11, 1902; 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Emerson college magazine, v. 11, no. 2. 

Dec, 1902; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1902. 32735 
v. 11, no. 3. Jan., 1903. 2 c. Jan. 

22, 1903. 32736 
v. 11, no. 4. Feb., 1903. 2c. Feb., 

27, 1903. 32737 
v. 11, no. 5. Mar., 1903. 2c. Mar. 

28, 1903. 32738 



Emerson college magazine — Continued. 

v. 11, no.' 6. Apr., 1903. 2 c. May 

20, L903. 32739 

v. 11, no. 7. May, 1903. 2 c. June 

10, 1903. 32740 

Herbert Drakelv Bard, Boston, Mass. 
B 53744-53749 June 9, 1903. 

Engineers' (The) list. v. 12, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 32741 

Geo. I. Roberts and bro., Xew York, 

X. Y. B 53787, June 11, 1903; 2 c. 

June 6, 1903. 

Engineers' society of Western Pa., Pro- 
ceedings, v. 19, no. 3. Apr., 1903. 

32742 
Engineers' society of Western Penn- 
sylvania, Pittsburg,' Pa. B 53673, June 
8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Epworth league topics. July 1, 1903. 

32743 

Roy S. Marsh, Fredonia, X. Y. B 

53250, May 29, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Era (The) v. 11, no. 6. June, 1903. 

32744 
Henry T. Coates & co., Philadelphia, 



Pa. B 53764, June 9, 1903; 
11, 1903. 



June 



Espejo (El) de la moda. Julv, 1903. 

32745 
The Butterick publishing company, 
limited, Xew Y/ork, X. Y. B 53798, 
June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Evening (The) bulletin. Monday, May 

25, 1903. 2 c. June 13, 1903. " 32746 
Tuesday, May 26, 1903. 2 c. May 

27, 1903. 32747 
AYednesday, May 27, 1903. 2 c. 

May 28, 1903. 32748 
Thursday, May 28, 1903. 2 c. May 

29, 1903. 32749 
Friday, May 29, 1903. 2 c. June 1, 

1903. 32750 
Saturday, May 30, 1903. 2 c. June 

1, 1903. 32751 

The Bulletin company, Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 51846-51851, Apr. 25, 1903. 

Monday, June 8, 1903. 2 c. June 9, 

1903. 32752 

Tuesday, June 9, 1903. 2 c. June 

10, 1903. " 32753 

AYednesdav, June 10, 1903. 2 c. 

32754 

2 c. June 

32755 

2 c. June 

32756 

2 c. June 

32757 



June 11, 1903. 

— Thursday, June 11, 1903 

12, 1903. 

— Friday, June 12, 1903. 

13, 1903." 

— Saturday, June 13, 1903 
15, 1903. 

The Bulletin company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. B 51858-51863, Apr. 25, 1903. 



101 



376 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Evening (The) bulletin — Continued. 
Monday, June 22, 1903. 2 c. June 

23, 1903. * 32758 
Tuesday, June 23, 1903. 2 c. June 

24, 1903. * 32759 
Wednesday, June 24, 1903. 2 c. i 

June 25, 1903. 32760 
Thursday, June 25, 1903. 2 c. June 

26, 1903. 32761 
Friday. June 26, 1903. 2 c. June 

27, 1903/ 32762 
Saturday, June 27, 1903. 2 c. June 

29, 1903. ' 32763 

The Bulletin company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. B 51870-51875, Apr. 25, 1903. 

Evening (The) post. v. 102. Monday, | 

June 8, 1903. 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

32764 
v. 102. Tuesday, June 9, 1903. 2 c. 

June 10, 1903. 32765 
v. 102. Wednesday, June 10. 1903. 

2 c. June 11, 1903. 32766 
v. 102. Thursday, June 11, 1903. 

2 c. June 12, 1903. ' 32767 
v. 102. Friday, June 12, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 32768 
v. 102. Saturday. June 13, 1903. 

2 c. June 16, 1903. " 32769 
v. 102. Monday, June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 16, 1903. 32770 
y. 102. Tuesday, June 16, 1903. 2 c. 

June 17, 1903. 32771 
v. 102. Wednesday, June 17. 1903. 

2 c. June 18, 1903. 32772 
v. 102. Thursday. June 18, 1903. 

2 c. June 19, 1903. 32773 
v. 102. Friday, June 19, 1903. 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 32774 
v. 102. Saturday, June 20, 1903. 

2 c. June 22, 1903. ' 32775 
v. 102. Monday, June 22, 1903. 2 c. 

June 23. 1903. 32776 
v. 102. Tuesday, June 23, 1903. 2 c. 

June 24, 1903. 32777 
v. 102. Wednesday, June 24, 1903. 

2 c. June 25. 1903. 32778 
v. 102. Thursday, June 25, 1903. 

2 c. June 26, 1903. ' 32779 
v. 102. Friday, June 26, 1903. 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 32780 
v. 102. Saturday, June 27, 1903. 

2 c. June 29, 1903. 32781 

New York evening post co., New- 
York, X. Y. B 52970-52987, May 23. 

1903. 

Evening (The) post real estate record. 

v. 5, no. 5. May, 1903. 32782 

New York evening post co., New 

York, X. Y. B 53776, June 10, 1903; 

2 c. June IS, 1903. 

Evening (The) sun. v. 17, no. 60. Mon- 

!. May 26, 1903. 

32783 



Evening (The) sun — Continued. 

v. 17, no. 61. Tuesday, Mav 26, 

1903. 2 c. May 27, 1903. * 32784 
v. 17, no. 62. Wednesday, Mav 27. 

1903. 2 c. Mav 28, 1903. 32785 
v. 17, no. 63. Thursday, Mav 28. 

1903. 1 c. May 29, 1903, 1 c. June 10, 

1903. 32786 
v. 17, no. 64. Friday, May 29, 1903. 

2 c. June 1, 1903. 32787 
v. 17, no. 65. Saturday, May 30, 

1903. 2 c. June 1, 1903. 32788 

The Sun printing and publishingasso- 

ciation. New York, X. Y. B 44514- 

44519, Jan. 2, 1903. 



— v. 
1903. 

— v. 

1903. 

— v. 
1903. 

— v. 
1903. 



17, no. 84. Monday, June 22, 
2 c. June 23, 1903. " 32789 

17, no. 85. Tuesday, June 23, 
2 c. June 24, 1903. * 32790 

17, no. 86. Wednesday, June 24, 
2 c. June 25. 1903. 32791 



day, May 25, 1903. 



17, no. 87. Thursday, June 25, 
2 c. June 26, 1903. " 32792 

v. 17, no. 88. Friday, June 26, 1903. 

2 c. June 27, 1903. 32793 

v. 17, no. 89. Saturday, June 27, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. ' 32794 

The Sun printing and publishing: asso- 
ciation. New York, X. Y. B 44538- 
44543, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Everybody's magazine. v. 9, no. 1. 

July, 1903. 32795 

The Ridgwav-Thaver company, Xew 

York, X. Y. B 54140, June lo, 1903; 

2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Examiner (The), v. 81, no. 23. June 4, 

1903. 2 c. June 4, 1903. 32796 
v. 81, no. 24. June 11, 1903. 2 c. 

June 11, 1903. 32797 
v. 81, no. 25. June 18, 1903. 2 c. 

June 18, 1903. 32798 
v. 81, no. 26. June 25, 1903. 2 c. 

■lime 25. 1903. 32799 

The Examiner company, Xew York. 

X. Y. B 41383-41386, Dec. 22, 1902. 

F. O. G. (The) mandolin, banjo and gui- 
tar journal. May-June, 1903. 32800 
F. (). Gutraan, Cleveland, Ohio. B 
54229, June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Farm and home. Western edition, v. 24, 
no. 480. June 1, 1903. 2 c. Mav 29, 
1903. 32801 

v. 24, no. 481. June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 32802 

The Phelps publishing company, 
Springfield, Mass. B 46874-46875, Jan. 
16, 1903. 

Farm implement news. v. 24, no. 23. 

June 4, 1903. 2 c. June 0. 1903. 32803 
v. 24, no. 24. June 11, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 32804 



102 



V. 35. No. 27 



PERIODICALS 



377 



Farm Implement news — Continued, 



June 18, L903. 2 e. 

32805 
June 25, 1903. 2 c. 

32806 



— v. 24, no. LM. 
June 20, 1903. 

v. 24, n.>. 26. 

June 27, 100:5. 

Farm implement news co., Chicago, 
111. B 53368-53371, June 1, 1003. 

Fashion world, v. 0, no. 6. July, 1003. 

32807 

L. X. Cushman, Boston, Mass. B 

53762, June 0, 1003; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Fate. v. 3, no. 34. June, 1903. 32808 

Albert H. Pastel, Lansdowne, Pa. B 

54435, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Feather (The), v. 8, no. 9. June, 1903. 

32809 
George E. Howard, ^'ashington, 
D. C. "B 53929, June 13, 1903; 2 c. 
June 11, 1903. 

Federal reporter [weekly], 8° [St. Paul]. 

v. 121, no. 5. June 4, 1903. 32810 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 53327, June 1, *1903; 2 c. 

June 8, 1903. 

v. 121, no. 6. June 11, 1903. 

32811 
AYest publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 53642, June 6," 1903; 2 c. 
June 13, 1903. 

y. 122, no. 1. June 18, 1903. 

32812 
"West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54120, June 15," 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 



Field and fancy. 

May 23, 1903/ 
May 30, 1903. 

June 6, 1903. 

June 10, 1903. 
June 13, 1903. 



May 23, 1903 2 c. 
32813 
2 c. May 29, 1903. 

32814 
1 c. June 6, 1903; 1 c. 
32815 
2 c. June 13, 1003. 
32816 
— June 20, 1903. 1 c. June 20, 1903; 
1 c. June 22, 1903. 32817 

The Field and fancy publishing: com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B ol207- 
51211, Apr. 11, 1903. 



Forest and stream, v. 60, no. 23. 


June 


6, 1903. 2 c. June 4, 1903. 




32818 


v. 60, no. 24. June 13, 


1903 


2 c. 


June 11, 1903. 




32819 


y. 60, no. 25. June 20, 


1903. 


2 c. 


June 18, 1903. 




32820 


v. 60, no. 26. June 27, 


1903 


2 c. 


June 25, 1903. 




32821 



Forest and stream publishing com- 
pany, New York. N. Y. B 50580- 
50583, Mar. 28, 1903. 



Furniture (The) trade review, v. 2:], 

no. 8. June 10, 1903. 32822 

Review publishing company, New 

York, X. V. B 53757, June 0, 1903; 2 

c. June 15, 1903. 

Gardening, v. 11, no. 259. June 15, 

1903. 32823 

The Gardening co., Chicago, 111. B 

52427, May 6, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

General digest American and English Bi- 
monthly advance sheets. no. 34. 
Apr., 1903. 32824 

The Lawyer's co-operative publish- 
ing company, Rochester, N. Y. B 
53650, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Golden davs for bovs and girls, v. 24, 

no. 32. "June 20, 1903. 32825 

James Elverson, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 53664, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

v. 24, no. 33. June 27, 1903. 32826 

James Elverson, Philadelphia. Pa. 
B 53880, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Golden hours [weekly], 1. quarto, New- 
York, v. 31, no. 804. June 27, 1903. 

32827 

Norman L. Munro, New r York, N. Y. 

B 54451, June 11, 1903; 2 c.June 11, 1903. 

v. 31, no. 805. July 4, 1903. 32828 

Norman L. Munro, New York, N. Y. 
B 54453, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

v. 31, no. 806. July 11, 1903. 32829 

Norman L. Munro. New York, N. Y. 
B 55024, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Golden moments, v. 24. no. 6. July, 

1903. 32830 

Lane's list, inc., Augusta, Me. B 

54130, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Golfers' (The) magazine, v. 3, no. 2. 

June, 1903. 32831 

Crafts W. Higgins, Chicago, 111. B 

54267, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Grand Rapids (The) furniture record. 

v. 7, no. 1. June, 1903. 32832 

Grand Rapids furniture record co., 

Grand Rapids, Mich. B 54745, June 

20, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Grand (The) union herald, v. 3, no. 7. 

July, 1903. 32833 

Grand union tea company, Brooklyn, 

N. Y. B 54462, June 18.* 1903; 2 c. 

June 18, 1903. 

Green (The) bag. v. 15, no. 6. June, 

1903. 32834 

The Boston book company, Boston, 

Mass. B 53788, June 11, 1903; 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 



103 



378 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Harper's bazar, v. 37, no. 7. Julv, 1903. 

32835 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. Y. 

B 53809, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Harper's monthly magazine, v. 107. 

July, 1903. 32836 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. Y. 

B 53802, June 12, 1903 ; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

Harper's weekly, v. 47, no. 2424. June 
6, 1903. 2 c. June 3, 1903. 32837 

v. 47, no. 2425. June 13, 1903. 

2 c. June 10, 1903. 32838 

v. 47, no. 2426, June 20, 1903. 



c. June 17, 1903. 



32839 



v. 47, no. 2427. June 27, 1903. 

2 c. June 24, 1903. 32840 

Harper & brothers, New York, N.Y. 
B 50215-50218, Mar. 23, 1903. 

Harvard (The) graduates magazine, v. 
11, no. 44. June, 1903. 32841 

Harvard graduates magazine associa- 
tion, Boston, Mass. B 33812, July 24, 
1902; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Hatman (The), v. 2, no. 6. June, 1903. 

32842 
The Crofut £ Knapp co., Boston, 
Mass. B 50109. Mar. 21, 1903; 2 c. 
June 10, 1903. 

Health, v. 53, no. 7. July, 1903. 

32843 
Health publishing company, New- 
York, N. Y. B 46922, Jan. 2, 1903; 
2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Healthy (The) home quarterly, v. 3, 

no. 1. May, June, July, 1903. 32844 

Winfield H. Brock, Athol, Mass. 

B 54753, Juno 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 

1903. 

Hints, v. 5, no. 6. June, 1903. 32845 
Hints publishing company, New 
York, X. Y. B 5:5518, June 5, 1903; 
2 C. June 22, 1903. 



Home and farm. 



29, no. 11, 



1, 1903. 2 c. June 1, 1903. 



June 
32846 



- v. 2y, no. 12. June 15, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 32847 

Home and farm publishingcompany, 

Louisville, Kv. B 42904-42905, Jan. 

2, 1903. 

Home journal and news. v. 20, no. 18. 

May 2, 1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 32848 
v. 20, no. 19. May 9, 1903 

June 6, 1903. 
v. 20, no. 20, 

June 6, 1903. 
v. 20, no. 21 

June 6, 1903. 



32849 
May 16, 1903. 2 c. 

32850 
May 23, 1903. 2 c. 

32851 



Home journal and news — Continued. 
v. 20, no. 22. May 30, 1903. 2 c. 

June 6, 1903. 32852 

The Yonkers Catholic news co., 

Yonkers, N. Y. B 53592-53596, June 

6, 1903. 

v. 20, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 32853 

The Yonkers Catholic news co. , Yonk- 
ers, N. Y. B 54231, June 17, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 

Home (The) monthly, v. 26, no. 3. 

July, 1903. 32854 

TheHome monthly, New York, N. Y. 

B 55064, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 

1903. 

Homiletic (The) review, v. 46, no. 1. 
July, 1903. 32855 

Funk & WagnalFs companv, New- 
York, N. Y. B 54830, June 23, 1903; 
2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Hooper's service. July, 1903. 32856 

Will P. Hooper, New York, N. Y. 

B 53704, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Aug., 1903. 32857 

Will P. Hooper, New York, N. Y. 
B 54751, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 
1903. 

Horseless (The) age. v. 11, no. 23. June 

10, 1903. 32858 

E. P. Ingersoll, New York, N. Y. B 

53791, June 11, 1903, 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Hotel (The) monthly, v. 11, no 123. 
June, 1903. 32859 

John Willy, Chicago, III. B 55022, 
June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Hotsolder. v. 3, no. 5. June, 1903. 32863 

J. L. Perkins ct co., Chicago, 111. B 

53239, May 22, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

House (The) beautiful, v. 14, no. 2. 

July, 1903. 32861 

Herbert S. Stone, Chicago, 111. B 

54217, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

I. C. S. messenger, no. 5. 32862 

International textbook companv, 
Scranton, Pa. B 53667, June 8, 190*3; 
2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Journal (The) of geography, v. 2, no. 

6. June, 1903. 32863 

E. M. Lehnerts, Winona, Minn. B 

51972, Apr. 27, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Kansas City (The) jeweler and optician. 

v. 3, no. 2. June, 1903. 32864 

W. S. Smyth, Kansas City, Mo. B 

52581, May 11, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 190:'). 



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379 



Lace (The) maker, v. 1, no. 2. Feb., 

1903. 32865 

I), s. Bennett, New York, N. Y. B 

54454, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Mail (The) and express illustrated Sat- 
urday magazine. June 6, 1903. 2 c. 
June 6, 1903. 32866 

June 13, 1903. 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

32867 

June 20, 1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

32868 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

32869 
The Mail and express company. New 
York, N. Y. B 51320-51329, Apr. 1, 
1903. 

New York (The) family story paper 

[weekly], folio, New York. y. 30, no. 

1554. July 18, 1903. 32870 

Norman L. Munro, New York, N. Y. 

B 55023, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Official railway guide of Chicago, v. 1, 
no. 21. June 20, 1903. 32871 

W. T. Berg, Chicago, 111. B 54756, 
June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Paragon (The) monthly, v. 6, no. 7. 

July, 1903. 32872 

The Paragon monthly, New York, 

N. Y. B 54750, June 20, 1903; 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 

Railroad (The) employee. June, 1903. 

32873 

B. E. Chapin, . Newark, N. J. B 

54813, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Scientific American [weekly], 1. quarto, 
New York. y. 88, no. 23. June 6, 
1903. 2 c. June 4, 1903. 32874 



— v. 88, no. 24. 
June 11, 1903. 

— v. 88, no. 25. 
June 18, 1903. 

— v. 88, no. 26. 
June 25, 1903. 



June 13, 1903 

June 20, 1903 
June 27, 1903 



32875 



32876 



32877 

Munn & co., New York, N. Y T . B 
43450-43453, Jan. 2, 1903. 



Scientific American supplement [weekly], 
1. quarto, New York. no. 1431. June 



6, 1903. 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

— no. 1432. June 13, 1903 
11, 1903. 

— no. 1433. 
18, 1903. 

— no. 1434. 
25, 1903. 



June 20, 1903. 
June 27, 1903. 



32878 
2 c. June 

32879 
2 c. June 

32880 
2 c. June 

32881 



Munn & co., New York, N. Y. B 
43502-43505, Jan. 2, 1903. 



Town & country, no. 2978. 

1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 
no. 2979. June 13, 1903. 



13, 1903. 

— no. 2980. 
20, 1903. 

— no. 2981. 
27, 1903. 



June 20, 1903. 



June 27, 1903. 



June 6, 
32882 

2 c. June 
32883 

2 c. June 
32884 

2 c. June 
32885 



The Stuyvesant company, New York, 
N. Y r . B 37361-37364, Oct. 24, 1902. 

Washington (The) mirror, v. 15, no. 1, 

May 30, 1903. 2 c. June 1, 1903. 32886 

v. 15, no. 2. June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 



6, 1903. 

— y. 15, no. 3. 
June 13, 1903. 



32887 
June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

32888 
June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

32889 



v. 15, no. 4. 

June 20, 1903. 
v. 15, no. 5. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 32890 

American newspaper syndicate, 

Washington, D. C. B 53355-53359, 

June 1, 1903. 

Y^outh's (The) companion, v. 77, no. 23. 
June 4, 1903. 2 c. June 2, 1903. 32891 



— v. 77, no. 24 
June 9, 1903. 



June 11, 1903. 



32892 

- v. 77, no. 25. June 18, 1903. 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 32893 

v. 77, no. 26. June 25, 1903. 2 c. 

June 23, 1903. 32894 

Perry Mason company, Boston, Mass. 
B 41063-41066, Dec. 19j 1902. 



Number of Periodical entries since Jan. 1, 1903 11,618 



105 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



CLASS C, MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. "Copyright bv American advance music co.. New York. N. Y. 
Class C, XXc. no. 46610, Apr. 24. 1903: 2 copies received June 15. 1903." 



American advance music co., 

New York, N. Y. 

Honey. 32895 

C46610. Apr. 24, 1903 ; 2 c.June 15, 1903. 

Audet music company, Bos- 
ton. Mass. 
Practical self-instructor for playing the 
citaharp; by F. X. Audet. 32896 

A61854, June 15,1903; 2 cJune 1,1903. 

Balmer oc Weber music house 
co., St. Louis. Mo. 
May song; melodie gracieuse for piano, 
composed by E. M. Schweer. 32897 
C49781, June 17, 1903; 2c. Junel7,1903. 

Bauer brothers music co., 
Oshkosh. Wis. 
Dream (A) of heaven: waltz, for mando- \ 
lin and guitar by Arthur AY. Bauer. 

32898 
C 42378. Jan. 24.1903; 2 c. Jan. 24.1903. 

Berler ( Nathan ) , Ne w York, 

N. Y. 

Since I bought my babe an automobile; 

words and music, bv Nathan Berler. 

32899 
C 47449, May 8, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Biglow and Main co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Girded for battle; words by Fanny J. 

Crosbv : music by Victor H. Benke. 

32900 
C49912.Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Press to the mark; words by Fanny J. 
Crosbv; music by Victor H. Benke. 

32901 
C49913,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Up with the dawn; words by Fanny J. 
Crosbv: music by Victor H. Benke. 

32902 
C49911,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903 

10 



Birdsall (K. N.), New York, 
N. Y. 

Grimalkin land; cake walk rag time, by 

Walter Bobbett and Michael Kegrize, 

for piano. 32903 

C49141,May23.1903; 2 c.May 23.1903. 

Bloom (Sol), New York, N. Y. 
Lalla; words by J. Fred Half: music by 
Byrd Dougherty. 32904 

049795, Junel7,1903: 2c. Junel7,1903. 

She's all right; song from the "Knicker- 
bocker girl;" words by George Totten 
Smith: music by Alfred E. Aarons. 

32905 
C49794,Junel7,1903;2c.Jimel7,1903. 

Boosey & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
As I love thee; song, words by Algernon 
C. Swinburne; music by C. A. Lidgev. 

32906 
C49566,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Chase (The); sacred song, words from 
Isa. xli. 17; words by H. Suso; set to 
music by Alicia Adelaide Needham. 

32907 
C49569,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Good (The) shepherd; sacred song, words 
by Frederick William Faber: set to 
music bv Alicia Adelaide Needham. 

32908 
C 49565, Junelo, 1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

In storm and shine; sacred song, words 
by Katherine Tynan-Hinkson: set to 
music, by Alicia Adelaide Needham. 

32909 

C 49568, Junel5,1903:2c.Jimel5, 1903. 

To the night: (Bitte) words by N. Lenau: 
English version by Percy Pinkerton; 
music composed by Oscar Morley. 

32910 
C 49567, Junel5.1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 
7 567 



568 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Bosworth & co., Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Compositionen fur violine, von Josef 
Blaha no. 4; Ail printemps; caprice 
melodieuse de conzert fur piano & vio- 
line. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 32911 
C 49561, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

Stimmen der heimath; sammlung aus- 
gewiihlter beliebter mannerchore mit 
und ohne begleitung des pianoforte, 
von End. Weinwurrn; Ausgeflogen; 
volkslied, werke fur mannerchor ohne 
begleitung. Leipzig, Bosworth &co. 

32912 
C 49563, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June4, 1903. 



Friihlingszeit; ged. von Fr. Boden- 

stedt; werke fur mannerchor ohne 
begleitung. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

32913 
C49562, June 15, 1903; 2c. June4, 1903. 

Bo wen (J. Howard), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
On the beach of a grand hotel; words by 
J. Howard Bowen; music by Rudolf 
Thaler. 32914 

C 45715, Apr. 9, 1903; 2c. Junel9, 1903. 

Breitkopf <x Hartel, Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Arien, von G. F. Handel; Tutta raccolta 
ancor; (Gram fullt mein wundes herz) 
drei altitalienische arien fiir hohere 
singstimme mit begleitung des piano- 
forte; herausgegeben und iibersetzt 
von Adolf Wallnofer; Breitkopf und 
Hartel's klavierauszug - bibliothek. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 32915 

C 49759, June 17, 1903; 2c. Junel7, 1903. 

von Giacomo Carissimi; Vittoria 

rnio core; (Viktoria, nun end' ich das 
bangen) drei altitalienische arien fiir 
eine hohere singstimme mit beglei- 
tung des pianoforte; herausgegeben 
und iibersetzt von Adolf Wallnofer; 
Breitkopf und Hartel's klavierauszug- 
bibliothek. Leipzig, Breitkopf <N: 
Hartel. 32916 

C4975S,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

von Tommaso Giordani; Caro mio 

ben; (Teuerstes lieb) drei altitalieni- 
sche arien fur eine hohere singstimme 
mit begleitung des pianoforte: heraus- 
gegeben und iibersetzt von Adolf Wall- 
i infer. Breitkopf und Hartel's klavier- 
auszug-bibliothek. Leipzig, Breit- 
kopf & Hartel. 32917 

C49760,Junel 7,1903; 2c. Junel7,1903. 



Breitkopf & Hartel, Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Beitrage zur fingerbildung; technische 
klavierstudien; (Contributions to fin- 
ger cultivation ; technical piano studies ) 
von Xaver Scharwenka: op. 77. part 1 ; 
hand and fingers in the ordinary posi- 
tion; exercises with a supporting finger; 
for elementary and middle classes. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 32918 
C49756,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Konzert; fiir violine und orchester von 

Leone Sinigaglia: op. 20; partitur. 

Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 32919 

C 49859, Junel9, 1903 ; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Konzert in F dur; fiir zwei blaserchore 
und streichorchester; von G. F. Han- 
del; fiir den konzert vortraug bearbeitet 
und genau bezeichnet von Gustav F. 
Kogel; partitur. Leipzig, Breitkopf 
& Hartel. 32920 

C 49762, Junel7, 1903; 2c. Junel7,1903. 

I Musik am sachsischen hofe, band 4; fiir 
klavier von Peter August; revidiert 
und herausgegeben von Otto Schniid. 
no. 1, Erster satz einer senate in C moll. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 32921 

C 49754, Junel7,1903; 2c.Junel7,1903. 
Orchester-bibliothek; harmoniemusik, 
dirigirstimme; Lohengrin, von Wagner; 
Feierlicher zug (Elsas brautgang) zum 
Miinster, fiir infanteriemusik und zu 
Montreauffiihrungen eingerichtet von 
J. H. Matthev. no. 1531. Leipzig, 
Breitkopf & Hartel. 32922 

C49871,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

fiir kavallerie musik eingerichtet von 

A. Franz. no. 1531 a. Leipzig, 

Breitkopf £ Hartel. 32923 

C 49872, Junel9,1903; 2c. Junel9,1903. 
Partitur-bibliothek; kleinere orchester- 
werke. Praludium.aria und fuga von J. 
K. F. Fischer; aus dessen neugesam- 
melten bearbeitet von Hugo Rahner. 
Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 32924 

C49757,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Werke fiir orchester, von G. F. Handel; 

orgel-konzerte bearbeitet von Max Seif- 

fert: op. 4, no. 1; partitur. Leipzig, 

Breitkopf & Hartel. 32925 

C 49761, Junel7,1903; 2c. Junel7,1903. 
25 konzert-yresange; fiir eine singstimme 
mit begleitung des pianoforte, von Adolf 
Wallnofer; vierter band; Deutsch-eng- 
lisch ; Englische iibersetzung v< >n Ludm. 
Kirschbaum; original-ausgabe; no. 1, 
Wiegenlied fiir einen buben; (Lullaby 
for a boy) gedicht von Friedr. Hebbel. 
(English version by L. Kirschbaum.) 
Revidirt von F. H. Schneider: op. 71, 
no. 1. Leipzig, Breitkopf & Hartel. 

32926 

C49755, June 17, 1903; 2c. Junel7, 1903. 



108 



V. 36, No. 27 



MU8I0AL COMPOSITIONS 



569 



Breitkopf & Hartel, New 

York. N. V. 
Romance; tor violoncello or violin and 
piano, composed by Eduard Tiedge- 
Min^els. Breitkopf £ Hartel. 

32927 
C 49782, Jimel 7, 1903 ; 2 c. Jimel 7, 1903. 

Cary £ co., London, Ens- 
land. 
I love you: words and music by Daisy 
McGeoch; no. 1 in E. London, Cary 
& co. 3292*8 

C49560,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Central music publishing co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Chorus (The) girl; march and two step 
by Joe Bren, for piano. 32929 

'C49703,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Union Pacific march; by Jack Riley, for 

piano. 32930 

C49704,Junel5,1903; 2 c.June 15,1903. 

Chappell & co., London, 

England. 

In days of old; suite of Three dances; 

pianoforte solo by Meredith Ball. 

London, Chappell & co. 32931 

C49837,Junel9,1903; 2c. June 19,1903. 

Naughty little word; song, words and 

music bv Frederic Norton. London, 

Chappell & co. 32932 

C49839,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

" dry those tears;" by Teresa del Rie- 

go; "I'll sing thee songs of Araby;" 

by F. Clay, for orchestra. London, 

Chappell & co. 32933 

C49838,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Choudens, Paris, France. 
Petite (La) maison; opera-eomique en 3 
actes; poeme de Alexandre Bisson et 
Georges Docquois; musique de William 
Chaumet; chant et piano. Paris, 
Choudens. 32934 

C 49573, Junel5,I903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Church (John ) company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Acrobat (The); characteristic piece for 
the piano, bv John Francis Gilder: op. 
57. 32935 

C49796,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Invincible folio of songs and ballads for 

high voice. 32936 

A62154,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Where violets grow; song, words by 

Eileen Ashton; music bv Cyril Thorne. 

no. 2 in C. 32937 

C49733,Junel6,1903;2c.Junel6,1903. 



Coleman (Harry), Philadel- 
phia, l'a. 
Columbiana march: by O. R. Farrar: 
pianoforte arrangement. 32938 

C49750,Jimel(),1903;2c..hmel6,1903. 

Infantry corps state feneibles march; 
by Jos. Weisenborn, band arrangement. 

32939 
C 48722, May 22, 1903; 2 c.May 22, 1903. 

Reubens (The) on parade; march co- 
mique, by S. E. Morris, band arrange- 
ment. 32940 
C49749, June 16,1903; 2c. Junel6,1903. 

V. P. I. cadet march; by Walter Lewis, 

band arrangement. 32941 

C 48721 , May 22, 1903 ; 2 c. May 22, 1903. 

Collin (Gustav A.), Wissa- 
hickon, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Channels only; words anon.; music by 
Gustav A. Collin. 32942 

C 49639, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Day by dav; words and music by Gustav 

A. Collin. 32943 

C 49653, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Have faith in God; words and music by 

Gustav A. Collin. 32944 

C 49650, JuneS, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

I rejoice, O heavenly Father; words and 

music by Gustav A. Collin. 32945 

C 49636, June 8, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Jovmllv a pilgrim; words and music by 

Gustav A. Collin. 32946 

C 49649, June 8,1903; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Light in the valley; words and music bv 

Gustav A. Collin. 32947 

C 49658. June 8,1903; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

March on! words by Gustav A. Collin; 

Swedish national hymn; arr. by May 

Agnew Stephens. ' 3294*8 

C 49644, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

i Messenger (The) of life; words by Flattie 
E. Buell; music bv Gustav A. Collin. 

32949 
C 49635, June 8,1903; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

1 O might v God eternal; words and music 

by Gustav A. Collin. 32950 

C 49637, June 8,1903; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

Praise Him I will; words and music bv 

Gustav A. Collin. 32951 

C 49659, June 8, 1903; 2 c.June 8,1903. 

See the blood-stained banner waving 
words and music bv Gustav A. Collin. 

32952 
C 49642, June 8,1903; 2 c.June 8,1903. 



109 



570 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Collin (Gustav A.), Wissa- 
hickon, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Soldiers of the army; words and music 
by Gustav A. Collin. 32953 

C 49648, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

'Tis only a little while; words and music 

by Gustav A. Collin. 32954 

C 49660, JuneS, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

Walking and talking with Jesus; words 

and music by Gustav A. Collin. 32955 

C 49646, JuneS, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Continental music co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Mascagni's farewell; intermezzo for pi- 
ano. 32956 
C49S77, June 19, 1903; 2 c.June 19, 1903. 

Cook (Will Marion), Xew 

York, N. Y. 

Brown-skin, baby mine; words by Will 

Marion Cook and Cecil Mack; music 

by Will Marion Cook. London, 

Keith, Prowse & co. 32957 

C49813, June IS, 1903 ; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Coveney (J. Ignatius), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Class of 1903; march and two step, by J. 
Ignatius Coveney for piano. 32958 

C49800,Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Cranz (Aug.), Leipzig, Ger- 
many. 
Fleur de neige; valse lente par Alfred 
Margis; edition for piano. Leipzig, 
Aug. Cranz. 32959 

C49581,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

DeMoll(O.J.) & co., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Master (The); sacred song, words by R. 
Priestly (laves; music by Charles R. 
Bartlett; for high voice in' F. 32960 
C 49773, J"nel6, 1903; 2 c.Junel6,1903. 

for low voice in C. 32961 

C49772,Junel6,1903;2c.Junel6,1903. 

Deslandres (Adolphe), Paris, 

France. 

Trois pieces en quintette; pour flute, 

hautbois, clarinette, cor, basson par 

Adolphe Deslandres. Paris, Adolphe 

Deslandres. 32962 

C49570,Junelo,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Ditson (Oliver) company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Almighty Father; evening hymn, by 

Emil Held: op. 21, for soprano, alto, 

tenor, bass and organ, no. 11138. 

Oliver Ditson company's < ictavi > edition. 

32963 
C 49719, Junelo, 1903; 2 c.Junel5, 1903. 

1 



Ditson (Oliver) company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Echo song; by Carl Reinecke: op. 122, 

no. 5; edited and lingered by Hans 

Lichter, for piano, four hands. 32964 

C 49729, Junel5,1903; 2 c.Junel5, 1903. 

Emily polka; by J. Levy; arr. by T. H. 
Rollinson. no. 169. Concert ed. mili- 
tary band. 32965 
C 49708, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

: Fierrabras overture; by Fr. Schubert; 
arr. by R. Gruenwald. no. 299. Con- 
cert edition for orchestra. 32966 
C49731,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Gipsy mazurka; by Carl Bohm: op. 102; 

edited and fingered by Hans Lichter 

for piano. 32967 

C 49730, Junel5, 1903; 2 c.Junel5, 1903. 

Clown's (The) serenade; by Leo Oehm- 

ler for piano. 32968 

C49722,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Hail to the flag; march for piano, bv 

Robert E. Austin. 3296*9 

C 49726, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Heavens (The) proclaim Him; anthem 
for general use; by Ludwig Van Bee- 
thoven; arr. by Adolph Baumbach, for 
soprano, alto, tenor, and bass. no. 
2101. Oliver Ditson company's octavo 
edition. 32970 

C 49706, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel 5, 1903. 

I arise from dreams of thee; words by 

Percy Bysshe Shelley; music by John 

P. Marshall; in key of C for medium 

voice. 32971 

C 49727, Junel5,1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Longing; words from the German of 

Heinrich Heine; music by W. C. E. 

Seeboeck; in key of D for medium 

voice. 32972 

C49723,Junel5,1903; 2c. Junelo, 1903. 

Love song; (Liebeslied) by Adolf von 

Henselt: op. 5, no. 11; edited by H. 

Clough-Leighter, for piano. 32973 

C49720,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Lover (A) and his lass; words by William 

Shakespeare; music by (reran! Barton; 

in key of C for bass voice. 32974 

049724, June 15, 1903; 2 c. Junelo, 1903. 

Off for the hunt; for piano bv Robert E. 

Austin. 32975 

C49714,June 15, 1903;2c. Junelo, 1903. 

Old (The) sexton; words by Park Benja- 
min; music bv Henry Russell; in key 
of D for bass voice. ' 32976 

C49721 , June 15, 1903; 2 c. Junel 5, 1903. 
10 



V. 36, No. 27 



Ml'SICAL COMPOSITIONS 



571 






Ditson (Oliver) company, 

Boston, Mass. 
On tip-toe; for piano, by Robert E. Aus- 
tin. 32977 
C49716,Jimel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

( toe sweetly solemn thought; sacred part 

song for men's voices: by K. S. Am- 
brose; air. by Homer N. Bartlett. 
no. 11120. Oliver Ditson company's 
octavo edition. 32978 

C49710, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Parade of the dolls; (Puppen parade) by 

R. Grnenwald. no. 168. Concert eel. 

military band. 32979 

C49709, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Petite marche; by Alexandre Guilmant: 

op. 48, no. 4; edited and fingered by 

Hans Lichter for piano. 32980 

C49712, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Protect us through the coming night; 
evening anthem, by Karl Freidrich 
Curschmann: arr. by Adolph Baum- 
bach. no. 3742. Oliver Ditson com- 
pany's octavo edition. 32981 
C49705, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Shout the glad tidings; Christmas anthem; 
words by W. A. Muhlenberg; music by 
Richard AYagner; arr. by Adolph 
Baumbach. no. 3542. Oliver Ditson 
company's octavo edition. 32982 

C49707,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Soldier's song; for piano, by Robert E. 

Austin. 32983 

C49713,Junel5,1903; 2c. June 15,1903. 

Summer noon; reverie for piano, bv 

Robert E. Austin. 32984 

C49715,Junel5,1903;2c.Juuel5,1903. 

Tarentelle; by Alexandre Guilmant: op. 

48, no. 6; edited and fingered by Hans 

Lichter for piano. 32985 

C49711,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

To Thee do I lift up my soul; anthem for 

advent or general use by H. J. Storer. 

no. 11135. Oliver Ditson company's 

octavo edition. 32986 

C49718,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Turn Thy face from my sins; anthem, 
words from Psalm LI; verses 9-12, 
paraphrased; music by Sydney Thom- 
son, no. 11150. Oliver* Ditson com- 
panv's octavo edition. 32987 

C49717,Jimel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

When that I was and a little tiny boy; 
clown's song in "Twelfth Night"; 
words by William Shakespeare; music 
by Gerard Barton; in key of E flat for 
bass voice. 32988 

C49728,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 



Ditson (Oliver) company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Where violets grow; for piano by Robert 
E. Austin. 32989 

C49725, June 15, 1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

Dntton (M. J.), Monroe, 
Mich. 
Johnson's Island; waltz by Marie J. 
Dutton: op. 3 for piano. 32990 

C 49598, June 5,1903; 2 c. June 5,1903. 

Eulenburg (Ernst), Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Schiiler-concertino; in den ersten 3 lagen 
ausfiihrbar, fur violine mit begleitung 
des pianoforte; componirt von Adolf 
Huber: op. 5. Leipzig, Ernst Eu- 
lenburg. 32991 
C49870, June 19, 1903 ; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Excell (Edwin Othello), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Blessed be the name of the Lord, by Mrs. 
Carrie B. Adams, for soprano, alto, 
tenor, bass and organ. 32992 

C 49344, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Earth (The) is the Lord's, by E. H. Pack- 
ard, for soprano, alto, tenor, bass and 
organ. 32993 

C 49348. June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Enthroned is Jesus now, by August 

Halter, for soprano, alto, tenor, bass 

and organ. 32994 

C 49347, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 

1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Hail to our star-gemed flag! by Wm. 

Grant Brooks, for soprano, alto, tenor, 

bass and organ. 32995 

C 49343, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 

1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Happy song-land, by C. A. Havens, for 
soprano, alto, tenor, bass and organ. 

32996 
C 49355, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Hear us, Father, words and music by 

Justin Le Roy Harris, for soprano, alto, 

tenor, bass and organ. 32997 

C 49349, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 

1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

I will extol Thee, by J. S. Fearis, for 
soprano, alto, tenor, bass and organ. 

32998 
C 49357, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903: 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

I will lift up mine eyes, by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel, for soprano, alto, tenor, bass and 
organ. 32999 

C 49345, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10.. 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 



Ill 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Excell (Edwin Othello), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
O come, let us sing, by H. P. Danks, for 
soprano, alto, tenor, bass and organ. 

33000 
C 49356, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

O how I love Thy law, by T. Martin 
Towne. 33001 

C 49352, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Praise the Lord, by R. L. Blowers. 33002 
C 49350, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Praise ye the Lord, by Geo. Hahn. 

33003 
C 49346, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10. 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Savior, breathe an evening blessing; by 

Lee G. Kratz, for soprano, alto, tenor, 

bass and organ. 33004 

C 49351, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 

1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Silently the shades of evening, for male 

voices; words by C. C. Cox; music by 

Carey Boggess. " 3300*5 

C 49358, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 

1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Sing unto the Lord, by Chas. M. Davis, 
for soprano, alto, tenor, bass and organ. 

33006 
C 49354, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Sweet the moments; words by J. Allen; 
arr. from Beaumont by Henry A. Lewis. 

33007 
C 49353, June 10, 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Fairbank (II. W. ) publishing 
co., Chicago, 111. 
Christ our Passover; Easter anthem, by 
H. W. Fairbank. 33008 

C49831,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903 

Faster chimes; words by Emma Playter 

Seaburv; music by T. Martin Towne. 

33009 
C49832,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

Fairbank's anthems no. 1; edited by 

H. W. Fairbank. 33010 

A62198,Jimel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

Hark ten thousand harps and voices; an- 
them by II. W. Fairbank. 33011 
C49830,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

() sacred head; anthem, music by (has. 

H. Gabriel. ' 33012 

C49833,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 



Fairbank ( H. W. ) publishing 
co., Chicago, 111. 
J Savior breathe an evening blessing; an- 
them by H. W. Fairbank. 33013 
C 49829, June 18, 1903; 2c. June 18,1903. 

Savior like a shepherd lead us; words bv 

D. A. Thruff; music by Richard R. 

Trench. 33014 

C 49828, June 18, 1903; 2 c.June 18, 1903. 

Favor (E. P.), Gardiner, Me. 
Celebration (The); inarch, by Edward 
P. Favor for piano. 33015 

C49746,Junel6,1903;2c.Junel6,1903. 

Flatterv (M. D. ) & Kanrich 
(M. L\), Boston, Mass. 
I Some day I'll see old Ireland; words and 
music by M. D. Flattery. 33016 

C47993,Mayl6,1903;2c.Junel6,1903. 

Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Aus den klavier-abenden; (From the 
piano recitals) von Eugen d' Albert no. 
4; Phantasie, von Robert Schumann: 
op. 17. Leipzig, Rob. Forberg:. 

^33017 
C49766,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

no. 5; Suite anglaise no. 6, von J. S. 

Bach. Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. 33018 
C49767,Junel7, 1903; 2c. June 17,1903. 

Frauen-chore von Franz Schubert: op. 
132; Psalm XXIII "Gott, meine Zu- 
versicht;" (The 23rd Psalm, God is my 
Shepherd) fur vierstimmigen frauen- 
chor mit orchester, pianoforte oder 
orgel; orchestrirung von Arno Rentsch ; 
orgel-begleitung von Rob. Papperitz; 
text deutsch und englisch; orchester- 
partitur mit unterlegteni clavier und 
orgelauszug. Leipzig, Rob. For- 

berg. 33019 

C49857,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Hexenlied (Das) ; von Ernst von Wilden- 
bruch; mit begleitender musik, com- 
ponirt von Max Schillings: op. 15; 
orchester-partitur. Leipzig, Rob. 

Forberg. 33020 

C49858,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Forsyth bros., ltd., London, 

England. 

j Three frivolous pieces for pianoforte; by 

Cyril Scott, no. 1. Allegretto grazioso. 

London, Forsyth bros., ltd. 33021 

C49736, June 16, 1903 ; 2c, June 16, 1903. 

— no. 2. Andante pastorale. Lon- 
don, Forsyth bros., ltd. 33022 

C4U737,June 16,1903; 2c. June 16, 190::. 

— no. 3. Valsescherzando. London, 
Forsyth bros., ltd. 33023 

C49735,June 16,1903; 2c. Junel6,1903. 



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573 



P Forsyth bros., ltd., London, 

England. 
Six pieces for pianoforte; by Cyril Scott, 
no. 1. Valse. London, Forsyth 
bros., ltd. 33024 

C49734,Junel6 > 1903;2c.Junel6,1903. 

Francis, Day & Hunter, Lon- 
don, England. 
Angels' eyes; song, written and composed 
by T. W. Connor. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 33025 

C49583,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Don't you worry over me; song, written 

and composed by Percival Langley. 

London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 33026 

C49584,Junelo,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Ginger Bob; song, written by Clarence 

Hunt; composed by A. H. Wood. 

London, Francis, Day'& Hunter. 33027 

C 49589, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

If you love me just as I love you; song, 
written and composed by Tom Costello, 
A. J. Mills, and Bennett Scott. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 33028 
C49585,Junel5,1903;2cJunel5,1903. 

Jilted (The) shoeblack; or, I suppose she 
don't remember; song, written by Hal 
Wright and Edgar Bateman; composed 
by Fred W. Leigh. London, Fran- 
cis, Day & Hunter. 33029 
C49587,Junel5,i903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Leslie Stuart march; by Carl Kiefert, for 

piano. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. 33030 

C49588,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Ma queen of the southern sea; song, writ- 
ten by John P. Harrington; composed 
by Tom Mellor. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 33031 

C49582,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

My mother's face; song, written and com- 
posed by J. F. Lambe. London, 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 33032 
C 49586, JunelS, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Gilmour ( Henry L.) , Weno- 
nah, N. J. 
Breathe upon us; words and music by 
Mrs. C. H. Morris. 33033 

C49697, JunelS, 1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Full surrender; words and music by Mrs. 

C. H. Morris. *33034 

C49694, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Grant us the fullness; words and music 
bv Mrs. C. H. Morris. 33035 



C49695,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 
1278—03 4 113 



Gilmour (Henry L. ), Weno- 

nah, N". J. 

I need Thee, precious Saviour; words by 

F. Whitfield; music bv H. P. Danks. 

33036 
C49700,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

If vou will; words and music bv Mrs. 

C. H. Morris. " 33037 

C 49698, JunelS, 1903; 2 c.Junel5, 1903. 

Jesus, the only Saviour; words by H. L. 
Gilmour; music bv M. W. Balfe. 

33038 
C49696,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Lord, I have shut the door; words and 

music by Mrs. C. H. Morris. 33039 

C49699,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Gordon (Hamilton S.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Chase of the butterflies; piano solo, com- 
posed by C. A. Egener. 33040 
C47589,Mayll, 1903; 2c. June 15,1903. 

Crown (The) march; composed by T. C. 

Loftus for piano. 33041 

C47595,Mayll, 1903; 2 c.June 19,1903. 

I'm having a million dollar dream; 
words and music by M. F. Dunn. 

33042 
C 47596, May 1 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Graham (Gertrude Dewey), 

New York, N. Y. 

Little (The) commodore; march, for 

band, bv Gertrude Dewey Graham. 

33043 
C 49742, June 6, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Hall-Mack company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Bought with a price; words and music 
by C. Austin Miles. 33044 

C 49609, June8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Children of the King; words by Jennie 
E. Hussey; words by Arthur Wilton. 

33045 
C 49631, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Crucified; words and music by C. Austin 

Miles. 33046 

C 49600, June 8, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Dear Spirit, lead Thou me; words by 
John Bell; music by C. Austin Miles. 

33047 
C 49617, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Do you want to go there? words by J. E. 

Lewis; music by L. E. Jones. 33048 

C 49601, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

Draw nearer Jesus; words by H. J. Zel- 
ley; music by Wm. Stone/ 33049 

C 49633, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hall-Mack company, Phila- 
delphia, Pal 
Every grief shall pass away; words by 
Ida L. Reed; music by C. Austin Miles. 

33050 
C 49605, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Hallelujah! Jesus saves me; w 7 ords by 

J. W. Van Cleve; music by M. Edwin 

Johnson. 33051 

C 49622, June 8, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

He came to save sinners; words and mu- 
sic by Jno. R. Bryant. 33052 
C 49614, June 8, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

He is able to deliver; words by Edgar 

Lewis; music by L. E. Jones. 33053 

C 49603, June 8, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

He walks with me; words by Lizzie De 
Armond; music by C. Austin Miles. 

33054 
C 49624, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

His love is sweeping in; words and music 

by L. E. Jones. 33055 

C 49606, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

I'll be ready for His coming; words and 

music by C. Austin Miles. 33056 

C 49623, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. JuneS, 1903. 

I'll never cease to love Him; words and 

music by C. Austin Miles. 33057 

C 49626, JuneS, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

In His service; words by Ida L. Reed; 

music by C. Austin Miles. 33058 

C 49627, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Is it all for me; words by Frank E. 
Graeff ; music by J. Lincoln Hall. 

33059 
C 49628, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Jesus careth for you; words by E. Rich- 
mond; music by J. Lincoln Hall. 

33060 
C 49621 , June 8, 1 903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Jesus is precious to me; words by Win. 
Appel; music by J. Lincoln Hall. 

33061 
C 49616, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Jesus is the one; words by James Rowe; 

music by Arthur Wilton. 33062 

C 49620, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Light (A) along the way; words by 

E. E. Hewitt; music by J. Lincoln 

Hall. 33063 

C49608, June8, 1903; 2c. June8, 1903. 

Master (The); words by Susie M. Best; 

music by J. Lincoln Hall. 33064 

49612, June 8, 1 903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Hall-Mack company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Nearing the homeland shore; words by 
James Rowe; music by C. Austin 
Miles. 33065 

C 49613, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

No night there; music by J. Lincoln 

Hall. 33066 

C 49632, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Over the world; words and music bv 

Jno. R. Brvant. 33067 

C 49599, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Peace in Christ; words by Charles A. 
Holmes; music bv C. Austin Miles. 

33068 
C 49615, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Shall we gather in the morning? words 

bv Wm. P. Simmington; music bv 

Arthur Wilton. 33069 

C 49630, June 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Step (A) on the threshold; words by A. 
J. 0. ; music by Mrs. J. G. Wilson. 

33070 
C 49625, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Sweet Spirit; words by John Bell; music 

bv C. Austin Miles. 33071 

C 49602, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

Tend my sheep; words by Jennie E. 
Hussev; music bv J. Lincoln Hall. 

33072 
C 49629, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8,1903. 

They will meet me over there; words by 
A.. J. C. ; music by Arthur Wilton. 

33073 
C 49611, June 8, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Thou art my light; words by Minnie B. 
Johnson; music by Jno v R. Bryant. 

33074 
C 49604, JuneS, 1903; 2c. June 8, 1903. 

True and faithful; words by Johnson 

Oatman, jr.; music bv Howard E. 

Smith. - 33075 

C 49618, June 8, 1903; 2c. JuneS, 1903. 

Welcome home; words by May E. Mc- 
Millan; music by J. Lincoln Hall. 

33076 
C 49619, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

When God held out His hand; words by 

Johnson Oatman, jr.; music by H. P. 

Danks. 33077 

C 49610, June 8, 1903; 2 c.June 8, 1903. 

Will it be you? words by Minnie B. 
Johnson; music by Jno. R. Bryant. 

33078 
C 49607, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Willing to bless; words by H. J. Zelley; 

music bv Wm. Stone. ' 33079 

C 49634, June 8,1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



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575 



Heinrichshofen's verlag, 

MLadgeburg, Germany. 

Weihnachtsglocken des eremiten; ly- 

rischea tonstiiek fiir pianoforte, com- 

ponirt von Ernst Simon: op. 466. 

Magdeburg, Heinrichshofen's verlag. 

33080 
C49869,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Hofer (Wm. Leonard), Man- 
hattan, Kans. 
Cleopatra; by Wm. Leonard Hofer: op. 
14 for piano. 33081 

C 49591 , May 26, 1903 ; 2 c. JunelO, 1903. 

Henrietta; mazurka caprice, by W. L. 

Hofer: op. 15 for piano. 33082 

C 49592, May 26, 1903; 2 c. JunelO, 1903. 

Hughes (Frank Patrick), 

Worcester, Mass. 

Do not speak ill of my sister; a pathetic 

story told in song; words by Frank P. 

Hughes; music by Wm. J. Price, arr. 

by Anna Belisle. 33083 

C 49323, June 3, 1903 ; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Johnson (Anna J.), New 
York, N. Y. 
True love or the bridal song: words by 
Anna J. Johnson; music by Alice B. 
Carmick. 33084 

C 49740, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Kahnt (C. F. ), nachfolger, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Fuenf kinderlieder; fiir erne singstimme 

mit begleitung des pianoforte, von 

Hans Hermann: op. 54, no. 2; Beschei- 

dene wiinsche. Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, 

nachfolger. 33085 

C 47533, May 11, 1903; 2 c.Junel9, 1903. 

no. 4; Auf dem gaenseanger. Leip- 
zig, C. F. Kahnt, nachfolger. 33086 
C 47534, May 11, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel9, 1903. 

Kinder reime; fiinf lieder, fiir dreistim- 
migen frauenchor mit klavierbeglei- 
tung, componirt von N. H. Rice: op. 6. 
no. 2; Konig Arthur. Leipzig, C. F. 
Kahnt, nachfolger. 33087 

C 47538,May 11,1903; 2c. Junel9,1903. 

no. 4; Storch, storch, steiner. 

Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, nachfolger. 33088 
C 47540, May 11 , 1903 ; 2 c. Junel9, 1903. 

Suite, no. 8. A dur; fiir das pianoforte 

zu vier hiinden von Niccolai von 

Wilm: op. 199. Leipzig, C. F. Kahnt, 

nachfolger. 33089 

C 49765, Junel7,1903; 2c. Junel7,1903. 

Kelso (Hugh A.), jr., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Preparatory graded course in interpreta- 
tive technic for the piano. Book 9, 
grade 1, by Hugh A. Kelso, jr. 33090 
A 61690, June 5,1903; 2 c. June 5,1903. 



Kirkpatrick ( Wm. J.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Blessing! blessing! words by Myron W. 
Morse; music by Wm. J. "Kirkpatrick. 

33091 
C 49669, Junel5, 1903; 2 c. Junelo, 1903. 

Chariots of love; words by Mrs. H. 

Bradford Spoor; music by Wm. J. 

Kirkpatrick. 33092 

C49671,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Enter in, O Holy Spirit; words by M. W. 
Hubbard; music by Wm. J. Kirkpat- 
rick. 33093 
C 49663, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Freedom in Jesus; words by Emma F. 
Bennett; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

33094 
C49667,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Heirs and joint-heirs; w r ords by Mary B. 
Wingate; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

33095 
C49668,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

I'm going home; words by Harriet E. 
Jones; music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick. 

33096 
C49665,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Lord, show me Thy glory; words by E. 
E. Hewitt; music by Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. 33097 
C49664,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

O refuge sweet; w r ordsby AratusM. Deuel; 

music by Chas. Edw. Pollock. 33098 

C49672,Junel5,i903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

O, steal aw T ay softly to Jesus; words by 
E. E. Hewitt; music by Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick. 33099 
C49666,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

w r onderful love; words and music bv 
C. R. Rogers. 33100 

C49673,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Precious songs. Pt. 1st. 33101 

In renewal for 14 vears from June 7, 
1903. A 61592, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 
1, 1903. 

Very (The) friend I need; words by E. 
T. Hewitt; music by Wm. J. Kirkpat- 
rick. 33102 
C49670,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Klock (Homer R. S.) , Stam- 
ford, Conn. 
Merrill (The) waltzes; by Homer R. S. 
Klock for piano. 33103 

C 47403, May 7, 1903; 2c. May 19, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Larway (J. H.), London, 
England. 
I can not forget you; song with violin 
obb. ; words by E. Tescheroacher; music 
by Gordon Temple; no. 2 in C. Lon- 
don, J. H. Larway. 33104 
C49799,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

Old (The) green isle; song with violin 

obbligato; words by E. Teschemacher; 

music by Gordon Temple; no. 3 in F. 

London, J. H. Larway. 33105 

C49798,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

Lauterbach & Kuhn, Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Siebzebn lieder; Der bote; ged. v. K. 
Fick; musik von Max Reger: op. 70, 
no. 14; fur hohe stimme. Leipzig, 
Lauterbach & Kuhn. 33106 

C49853, Junel9, 1903; 2c. Junel9, 1903. 

Dein bild; ged. v. Ludwig Jacobow- 

ski; musik von Max Reger: op. 70, no. 
12; fur hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lau- 
terbach & Kuhn. 33107 
C49851,Junel9, 1903; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Dreibunte kiihe 
Falke; 



— Die bunten kiihe; 
in guter ruh;" ged. 



_ed. v. Gustav 

musik von Reger: op. 70, no. 4; fur 

hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lauterbach 

& Kuhn. 33108 

C49843, Junel9, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel9, 1903. 

Des durstes erklarung; ged. v. K. 

Fick; musik von Max Reger: op. 70, 

no. 16; fur hohe stimme. Leipzig, 

Lauterbach & Kuhn. 33109 

C49855, Junel9, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel9, 1903. 

Elternstolz, "Mem kindchen ist 

fein;" volkslied; musik von Reger: op. 

70, no. 6; fiir hohe stimme. Leipzig, 

Lauterbach & Kuhn. 33110 

C49845, Junel9, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel9, 1903. 

Gegen abend; ged. v. Otto Julius 

Bierbaum; musik von Max Reger: op. 
70, no. 11; fiir hohe stimme. Leip- 
zig, Lauterbach & Kuhn. 33111 

C 49850, Junel9, 1903 ; 2 c. J unel9, 1903. 

Gruss "Unter bliihenden baumen;" 

ged. v. Otto Franz Gensichen; musik 
von Reger: op. 70, no. 5; fiir hohe 
stimme. Leipzig, Lauterbach & 
Kuhn. 33112 

C 49844, Junel9, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel9, 1903. 

Hoffnungstrost; (Ostpreussen); mu- 
sik von Max Reger: op. 70, no. 10; fiir 
hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lauterbach 
& Kuhn. 33113 

C49849,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 



Larway (J. H.), London, 

England. 

Siebzehn lieder; Der konig bei der kro- 

nung; ged. v. Eduard Morike; musik 

von Max Reger: op. 70, no. 2; fiir 

hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lauterbach 

& Kuhn. 33114 

C49841,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Mem und dein; ged. v. J. G. Fischer; 

musik von Max Reger: op. 70, no. 13; 
fiir hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lauter- 
bach & Kuhn. 33115 
C 49852, June 19, 1903 ; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Meine seele "Meine seele, die hat 

weite fliigel;" ged. v. Franz Evers; 

musik von Reger: op. 70, no. 7. 

Leipzig, Lauterbach & Kuhn. 33116 

C49846,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Praludium; ged. v. Martin Boelitz; 

musik von Max Reger: op. 70, no. 1; 
fiir hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lauter- 
bach & Kuhn. 33117 
C 49840, June 19, 1903 ; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Ritter nit dem knappen dies; ged. 

v. Otto Julius Bierbaum; musik von 
Max Reger: op. 70, no. 3; fiir hohe 
stimme. Leipzig, Lauterbach & 

Kuhn. 33118 

C 49842, June 19, 1903 ; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Sehnsucht "Alte gruben schaufle 

um;" ged. v. Ludwig Jacobowski; 
musik von Reger: op. 70, no. 9; fiir 
hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lauterbach 
&Kuhn. 33119 

C 49848, June 19, 1903 ; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Sommernacht; ged. v. Franz Evers; 

musik von Max Reger: op. 70, no. 17; 
fiir hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lauter- 
bach & Kuhn. 33120 
C 49856, June 19, 1903; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Thranen; ged. v. Richard Braungart; 

musik von Max Reger: op. 70, no. 
15; fiir hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lau- 
terbach & Kuhn. 33121 
C 49854, June 19, 1903 ; 2c. June 19, 1903. 

Die versehmahte; ged. v. Gustav Falke; 

musik von Max Reger: op. 70, no. 8; 

fiir hohe stimme. Leipzig, Lauter- 

tjach & Kuhn. 33122 

C 49847, Junel9, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel9, 1903. 

Leidt (M.), Buffalo, N. Y. 
Marguerite three-step; composed by Anna 
M. Koch for piano. ' 33123 

C 49816, Junel8, 1903; 2 c. Junel8, 1903. 

Utopia; march two step, by Frank I. 

Sherman for piano. 33124 

C49815,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 



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.77 



Leslie (J/»\ C. R), Cottage 
Grove, Wis. 
Ben Bolt; song, arr. by 0. F. Dodge. 

33125 
C 49893, JunelS, 1903; 2 c. JunelS, 1903. 

Fond (A) good night; words by Lelia M. 
Rowan; music by F. D. Jacobs. 

33126 
C 49881, JunelS, 1903; 2 c. JunelS, 1903. 

Girl (The) I first made love to; words by 

R. P. Green; music bv Chas. H. 

Gabriel. 33127 

C 49882, JunelS, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

In exile; words bv Francis R. Havergal; 

music by J. S. Fearis. 33128 

C49901,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Indian love song; serenade, words by 
R. E. Dean; music bv T. A. Jeffers. 

33129 
C49900,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Lullaby; words by Marshall S. Telman; 

music by F. L. Ryder. 33130 

C49883, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

March (The) of victory; two step, words 

bv Vere V. Hunt; music bv Richard 

R. Trench. 33131 

C49891, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Memorial song; words by Eben E. Rex- 
ford; music by F. J. Davis. 33132 
C49896, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Milkmaid (The); song, by F. D. Jacobs. 

33133 
C49887,Jime 15, 1903; 2 c.June 15, 1903. 

My dearest one; words by William M. 
Cate; arr. by Richard R. Trench. 

33134 
C49895,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

My rosary; words by Cameron Rogers; 

music by Frederic Jerome. 33135 

C49884,Junel5,1903;2c. June 15,1903. 

O leave me not; words by G. C. Bing- 
ham; music by J. S. Fearis. 33136 
C49889,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Old (The) oaken bucket; song. arr. by 

O. F. Dodge. 33137 

C49897,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Oriental love song; words by Laura E. 

Newell; music by Mohring; arr. by J. 

S. Fearis. 33138 

C 49885, June 15, 1903; 2c. JunelS, 1903. 

Over the waves; words by Laura E. New- 

ell; music bv J. S. Fearis. 33139 

C49898,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Sleep, love, sleep; words by Lela Paul 

Rowan; music bv F. D. Jacobs. 33140 

C49892, JunelS*, 1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 



Leslie (Mrs. C. E.), Cottage 

Grove, Wis. 

Touch the harp gently; words by 8. N. 

Mitchell; music by Blamphin-Fearis. 

33141 
C49886,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Trailing arbutus; words by Lelia M. 

Rowan; music by F. D. Jacobs. 33142 

C 49899, JunelS, 1903 ; 2c. JunelS, 1903. 

Trust her not; words by Longfellow; 

music by E. L. Ashford. 33143 

C49888,June 15, 1903; 2 c.June 15, 1903. 

While my little one sleeps; words by 
Tennyson; music by F. D. Jacobs. 

33144 
C49880, June 15,1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Winds of the sea; words by Laura E. 

Newell; music by F. D. Jacobs. 33145 

C49894, June 15, 1903; 2 c.June 15, 1903. 

Wonders (The) of the farm; song, by 

Chas. H. Gabriel. 33146 

C49890, June 15,1903; 2 c.June 15, 1903. 

Loomis (Chas. H.), New 
Haven, Conn. 
Adelina, the Boola girl; arr. by George 
L. Atwater, jr.; orchestral arrange- 
ment. 33147 
C 49876, JuneS, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

McClure (Mrs. A. L.), Hav- 
erhill, N. H. 
Mother's (The) praver; song, bv Mrs. 
Abbie L. McCluer." " 33148 

C49748, Junel6, 1903; 2 c.June 16, 1903. 

Mahlendorff (Paul), Lon- 
don, England. 
Souvenir; song, words by Atherton 
Smith; music bv Paul Mahlendorff. 
London, Marriott & Williams. 33149 
C47885,Mayl5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Maxwell (William) music 

co., New York, N. Y. 

Come into the garden love; song, poem 

by Ivatrina Trask; music by Bertha 

Remick; no. 1 in F. 33150 

C49825, JunelS, 1903; 2c. Junel8,1903. 

no. 2 in B flat, 33151 

C49826,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

Lily (The) and the bluebell; song, words 
and music by H. Wakefield Smith. 

33152 
C 49819, Junel8, 1903 ; 2 c. JunelS, 1903. 

Little (A) serenade; song for high voice 

in F; words by George William Ellis: 

music by M. McCrackan Purdy. 33153 

C49679,Junel5,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 






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Maxwell (William) music 

co., New Yor-k, N. Y. 

Little (A) serenade; song for low voice 

in D; words by George William Ellis; 

music by M. McCrackan Purdy. 33154 

C 49680, JunelS, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel6, 1903. 

Love and fame; song, poem by W. T. 

Marshall; music by Henry Lincoln Case; 

no. 1 in E minor. 33155 

C 49823, JunelS, 1903 ; 2 c. JunelS, 1903. 

no. 2 G minor. 33156 

C 49824, Junel8, 1903; 2c. JunelS, 1903. 

My true love hath my heart; song, poem 

by Sir Philip Sidney; music by Julian 

Edwards; no. 1 in G. ' 33157 

C 49820, JunelS, 1903; 2 c. JunelS, 1903. 

no. 2 in B flat. 33158 

C49821,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

Eose (The) and the lark; (Die rose und 
die lerche) song, poem by Augusta 
Webster; German translation by A. 
von W. Leslie; music by Julian Ed- 
wards. 33159 
C 49822, JunelS, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel8, 1903. 

Myers (W. H.), Woon- 
socket, R. I. 
Pansy dance; an impromptu, by Will H. 
Myers for piano. 33160 

*C49747,Junel6,1903;2c.Junel6,190: : !. 

Neal (Henry V.) <k Kanrich (Al- 
bert M.), Roxbury, Mass., 
and New Dorchester, Mass. 
By de good ole cabin door; a Georgian 
ballad; words by Henry V. Neal; mu- 
sic by Albert M. Kanrich. 33161 
C44845,Mar.26,1903;2c.Junel6,1903. 

Novello & co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Bad luck to their marching; verse writ- 
ten by Charles Lever; no. 3 of Three 
songs for soldiers, composed by Alicia 
Adelaide Needham; no. 3 in G minor. 
London, Novello & co., limited. 33162 
C49576,Junel5,1903;2c,Junel5,1903. 

Father of mercies, God of love; anthem 
for harvest; words written by Alice 
Flowerdew; music composed by E. 
Vine Hall. no. 768 Novello' s octavo 
anthems. London, Novello & co., 
limited. 33163 

C 495 78, JunelS, 1903; 2 c.Junel5, 1903. 

Gordons (The); verse written by B. Mal- 
colm Ramsay; no. 2 of Three songs for 
soldiers, composed by Alicia Adelaide 
Needham; no. 3 in G. London, No- 
vello & co., limited. . 33164 
C 49575, Junel5, 1903 ; 2c. Junel5, 1903. 

11 



Novello & co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Might I march through life again; verse 
written by E. Fitzball; no. 1 of Three 
songs for soldiers, composed by Alicia 
Adelaide Needham; no. 3 in" B flat. 
London, Novello & co., limited. 33165 
C 49574, Junel5,1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Suite for violin and pianoforte; composed 

by Arthur Hinton: op. 20. London, 

Novello & co., limited. 33166 

C 49579, Junel5, 1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Woodmen, shepherds, come away; mad- 
rigal, words from "Love tricks," by 
James Shirley; music composed by 
John E.West. no. 917 Novello' s part- 
song book, second series. London, 
Novello & co., limited. 33167 

C 49577, JunelS, 1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Opie {Mrs.W. H.),Tacoma, 
Wash. 
Caprice, for piano, by Ophelia Baker 
Opie: op. 2, no. 1. 33168 

C 49682, Junel5, 1903; 2c. Junel5, 1903. 

Fantasie reverie; for piano, by Ophelia 

Baker Opie: op. 3 no. 1. 33169 

C49681, Junel5,1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Waltz for the piano; by Ophelia Baker 

Opie: op. 1, no. 1. 33170 

C 49683, Junel5, 1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

Partee (Mr. & Mrs. C. L.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Universal mandolin method; edition 
Partee, by Clarence L. Partee. 33171 
A6169l",Junel2,1903;2c.Junel2,1903. 

Pepper (J. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Home, sweet home; medley waltz, arr. 
bv Mackie-Bever for military band. 
no. 1282. 20th century journal. 33172 
C49685,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Lead kindly light; by J. B. Dykes; arr. 

by Mackie-Beyer for military band. 

no. 1305. 20th century journal. 33173 

C 49684, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Pensive beauty gavotte (J'y pense); by 
Rich. Eilenberg; arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer for military band. no. 1275. 
20th century journal. 33174 

C 49686, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

St. Petersburg sleigh-ride; galop, by 
Rich. Eilenberg; arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer for military band. no. 1274. 
20th century journal. 33175 

C 49687, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1 903. 

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V. 36, No. 2^ 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



579 



Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Album of twenty-four pieces; for piano 
for small hands, bv H. Engelmann. 

33176 
C 49445, Junel 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Awakening of the roses; by Marius Car- 
men; edited by 1*. W. Orem for piano. 

33177 
C49444,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Dainty Miss Daisy; mazurka by H. Engel- 
mann: op. 607. no. 3, for piano. 

33178 

C 49438, June 11,1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Gay (The) little fellow; polka, by H. 
Engelmann : op. 607. no. 2, for piano. 

33179 
C 49439, June 1 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Hunters march; piano, 4 hands; arr. from 

Koschat, by S. Schlesinger. 33180 

C 49451, June 11 ,1903; 2 c.Junel5, 1903. 

Little Miss Pride; schottische, by H. En- 
gelmann: op. 607. no. 4, for piano. 

33181 
C 49437, June 11, 1903; 2 c.Junel5, 1903. 

Little (The) patriot; march by H. Engel- 
mann: op. 607. no. 5, for piano. 33182 
C49436,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Little sweetheart; waltz by H. Engel- 
mann: op. 607. no. 1, for piano. 33183 
C 49440, June 11, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel 5, 1903. 

March of the gypsies; by Leon Dequin; 
arr. by P. W. Orem; piano, 4 hands. 

33184 
C49443,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Shadow picture; by H. Reinhold: op. 58, 
no. 2; edited by P. W. Orem, for piano. 

33185 
C49447,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Slumber song; by L. Arkadieff; edited 
by Preston Ware Orem, for piano. 

33186 
C49446,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Song of farewell; by L. Gobbaerts: op. 
83; edited by P. W. Orem, for piano. 

33187 
C 49449, Junel 1, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Summer shower; by Erwin Schneider, for 

piano. 33188 

C49442,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Sunny (The) days of life; by H. Engel- 
mann: op. 609, for piano. 33189 
C49441,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Tally-ho march; by A. Carter, for piano. 

33190 
C49448,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 



Presser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
There is a blessed home; medium voice, 
by G. H. Fairclough. 33191 

C49452,Junell,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Thou art so like a flower; by P. D. Aid- 
rich for piano. 33192 
C49450,June 11,1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

Pritchard (C. E.), London, 
England. 
Kunacep'a; a brahmin legend in four 
parts; trans, from the French "Quna- 
cepa" of Leconte de Lisle, by A. W. 
Jordan; music by C. E. Pritchard. 
London, Noyello and company, lim- 
ited. 33193 
C49580,Junel5,1903;2c. June 15,1903. 

Rahter (D. ), Leipzig, Ger- 
many. 
Einstimmige lieder; mit begleitung des 
pianoforte yon Hugo Kaun: op. 51, 
no. 1; Meinem kinde; ged. yon Gus- 
tav Falke; (To a slumbering child; 
words by Gustav Falke) fur hohe 
stimme. Leipzig, D. Rahter. 33194 
C 49864, June 1 9, 1903 ; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 2; Gebt mir ein ross; ged. von 

Christian Morgenstern; (For freedom! 
words by Christian Morgenstern) fur 
hohe stimme. Leipzig, D. Rahter. 

33195 
C49865,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

no. 3; So mocht' ich sterben; ged. 

yon Christian Morgenstern; (Home at 
sunset; w T ords by Christian Morgen- 
stern) fur hohe stimme. Leipzig, 
D. Rahter. 33196 

C49866,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

no. 4; Wir sind zwei rosen; ged. 

von Christian Morgenstern; (Two roses; 
words by Christian Morgenstern) fiir 
hohe stimme. Leipzig, D. Rahter. 

33197 
C49867,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

no. 5; Und gar nicht lang; ged. von 

Gustav Falke; (The awakening; words 

by Gustav Falke) fiir hohe stimme. 

Leipzig, D. Rahter. 33198 

C49868,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Walzer-capricen; fiir violine, violoncell 

und clavier, von Max Laurischkus: op. 

14. Leipzig, D. Rahter. 33199 

C 49753, Junel 7, 1903; 2c. Junel 7, 1903. 

Reynolds & co., London, 

England. 

Water colours no. 1; Languishing dance; 

for pianoforte, by Albert Mallinson. 

London, Reynolds & co. 33200 

C 49873, Junel9, 1903 ; 2c. Junel9, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Reynolds & co., London, 
England. 
Water colours no. 2; Sympathy; for piano- 
forte, by Albert Mallioson. London, 
Reynolds & co. 33201 

C 49874, June 19, 1903 ; 2c. Junel9, 1903. 

no. 3; Merrymaking in our village; 

for pianoforte, by Albert Mallinson. 
London, Reynolds & co. 33202 

C49875.Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 
Richards (J. G.) co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Little (The) giant march; by H. Moon; 
orchestra arrangement. 33203 

C49691,Junelo,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 
Parade of the Pretzel club; by S. E. Mor- 
ris; band arrangement. 33204 
C 49689, Junelo, 1903 ; 2c. Junelo, 1903. 

orchestra arrangement. 33205 

C 49688, Junel5, 1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 
Trooping of the guard; march by D. Rhys 
Ford; band arrangement. 33206 

C49690,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 
Richtmyer (Lorin P.), Prai- 
rieville, Mich. 
Gently lead me; words and music by L. P. 
Richtmyer. "33207 

C49743,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 
Ricordi (G.) & c, Milano, 
Italy. 
Tosca (La); O de beautes egales; en mi 
bemol, pour chant et piano; musique 
de G. Puccini, no 108862. Milano, 
G. Ricordi & c. 33208 

C 49561, June 6. 1903; 2c. June 6, 1903. 
Rohlfing sons music co., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
Kaiserpreislied (Kaiserprize song); "Das 
deutche volkslied" von A. M. Hilde- 
brandt; fur miinnerchor von Louis Vic- 
tor Saar, arr. for solo. 33209 
C49878, June 19, 1903; 2c. Jimel9, 1903. 
Saver (Alice M.), Warwick, 
X. Y. 
Red (The) swan two-step; music com- 
posed by Alice M. Saver for piano. 33210 
C49814 3 Junel8,1903;2c.Jimel8,1903. 
Schroeder (J. H.), Xew 
York, X. Y. 
New and practical system of learning the 
notes on the pianoforte; by Edwin J. 
Decevee. 33211 
A (52273, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 
Schuberth (Fritz) , jr., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Zwei mannerchore; komponiert von C. 
Kiihnhold: op. 125; no. 1; Ueberis 
jahr; ged. v. H. Schifrler. Leipzig, 
Fritz Schuberth, jr. 33212 
C49763,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 



Schuberth (Fritz), jr. , Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
Zwei mannerchore; komponiert von C. 
Kiihnhold: op. 125; no. 2; Die welt ist 
so sonnig; ged. v. Jul. Gersdorff. 
Leipzig, Fritz Schuberth, jr. 33213 
C 49764, Junel7,1903; 2c. Junel7,1903. 

Schwetger (Henry), Hick- 
man, Xebr. 
Lover's (A) dream; words and music by 
Henry Schwetger. 33214 

C 48965, June 3, 1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco, Cal. 
In Bohemia; intermezzo, composed by 
W. J. McCoy, for piano. 33215 

C49801,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

Simmons (De L. M.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Martin's music system; by De L. M. 
Simmons. 33216 

A 57528 Apr. 13, 1903; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1903. 

Simonds (AY. X.), Chicago, 

111. 

Strolling in the moonlight; words by 

Xorman J. Jedele; music bv W. A. 

Groome. 33217 

C 477S4,Mayl3,1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Smith (Janet M.), Pittston, 
Pa. 
In dreams we part; words and music by 
Janet M. Smith. 33218 

C 49662, Junelo, 1903; 2c. Junel5,1903. 

Southwell (George), Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Standard band book; composed and ar- 
ranged by E. W. Berry. 33219 
A 60471, Mayll,1903; 2c.Mayll, 1903. 

Sporck ( Georges ) , Paris, 

France. 

Fantaisie-caprice; pour harpe chroma- 

tique avec ace. d'orchestre par Georges 

Sporck; partition d'orchestre. Paris, 

Pleyel Wolf Lyon & cie. 33220 

C49571,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Pleyel; avec ace. de piano, reduc- 
tion d'orchestre par Georges Sporck. 
Paris, Pleyel Wolf Lyon & cie. 33221 
C49572, JunelS, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Stern (Jos. W.) & co., Xew 
York, X. Y. 
Cynthia Jane; words by Harry B. Smith; 
music by Gustave Ke'rker. * 33222 

C49780,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Sly Musette; march and two-step by 
Harry Prendiville, arr. for band. 

33223 
C49S18,JunelS,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 



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Ml'SlCAL COMPOSITIONS 



581 



Tallman (Myrtle Catherine), 
Teeumseh, Xebr. 
True to the end; words by Myrtle Tall- 
man; music by Groom. 33224 
049079, June 5,1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

Thomann (Oliver C), Cov- 
ington, Ky. 
Dark Doin's; ragtime two step by Oliver 
C. Thomann, for piano. * 33225 

C 49005, June 4, 1903; 1 c. June 4, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

Thompson (C. W.) & co., 
Boston, Mass. 
Hyacinth waltz, for piano, bv Mae F. 
Stevens. 33226 

C49701, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. Junelo, 1903. 

Sailor's (The) cradle; words by Fred F. 
Wonson; music by S. Everett Haskell. 

33227 
C 49702, Junel5, 1903 ; 2 c. JunelS, 1903. 

Twilight musings; intermezzo for piano, 

by Mae F. Stevens. 33228 

*C49817, JunelS, 1903; 2 c.June 18, 1903. 

Tilghman (Amelia L. ) , Wash - 
ington, D. C. 
Hiawatha march; by Amelia L. Tilghman 
for piano. 33229 

C49675, June 15, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel5, 1903. 

Twav (Win, F.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Aerial (The) two-step; by Clara B. Mount 
for piano. 33230 

C49812,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

Van de Venter (J.W.), Dun- 
dee, Mich. 
Beautiful (The) city; words by J. W. 
Van de Venter; music by Carrie L. 
Jackson. 33231 

C49693,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Come in; words and music by J. W. Van 

de Venter. 33232 

C49692,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Van Zandt (Jerome Good- 
speed), Chicago, 111. 
Purdue university song, "Forever for old 
Purdue;" song, march, and two-step; 
words and music by Jerome G. Van 
Zandt. 33233 

C49827,Junel8,1903;2c.Junel8,1903. 

Vaughan (James David), 
Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 
Gospel chimes revised and enlarged; by 
James D. Vaughan. 33234 

A 61978, June 15, 1903; 2 c.June 6, 1903. 



Vodery (Wm. H.), Riley 
(Win. A.) & Mastin (J. 
F.), Philadelphia, Pa., & 
New York, X. Y. 
Cause her dear face on me to beam ; poetic 
and lyrics by Win. A. Riley and J. F. 
Mastin; composition by Wm. H. 
Vodery. 33235 

C 49769, May 25,1903; 2 c.May 25,1903. 

Williams (Joseph), limited. 

London, England. 

Ariette; pour violon avec accompagne- 

ment de piano par A. d'Ambrosio: 

op. 23. London, Joseph Williams, 

limited. 33236 

C49835, June 19, 1903; 2 c.June 19,1903. 

Feuille d' album; pour violon avec accom- 

pagnement de piano par A. d' Ambrosio : 

op. 21. London, Joseph Williams, 

limited. 33237 

C49836,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 

Xew York, X. Y. 

Czarevitch (The); three-step mazurka, 

composed and arr. for military band bv 

Wm. Christopher O' Hare. 33238 

C49904,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Darling (The) of my dreams; words by 

Charles Xoel Douglas; music by Al. 

Johns. 33239 

C49784,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Down Georgia, march and two-step, com- 
posed and arr. for band by Wm. Christo- 
pher O'Hare. 33240 
C49903,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Go take a long walk and don't come 

back; words by Fred Clark; music by 

Ed. H. Munson. 33241 

C49783,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

How can you change your name, unless 
you change your face? words by L. 
Scheinman; music by Arthur Gillespie. 

33242 
C 49791, Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

I likes you honey and I likes you mighty 
well; words and music by Will R. 
Anderson. 33243 

C 49786, Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Jane; words by Glen MacDonough; 

music by Victor Herbert. 33244 

C49789,Junel7,1903;2cJunel7,1903. 

L-o-v-e spells love; words and music, bv 

H. Wakefield Smith. 3324*5 

C 49793, Junel7, 1903 ;2 c.June 17,1903. 



121 



582 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 
New York, N. Y. 
Message (The) of the violet; song for 
cornet, by Gustav Luders; arr. for 
military band, bv W. C. O'Hare. 

33246 
C 49902, Junel9, 1903 ;2 c. June 19, 1903. 

for trombone, by Gustav Luders; 

arr. for military band by W. C. O'Hare. 

33247 
C49907,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

My rose of the Orient; arabesque love 

song; words by Alf Hampton; music 

by Frederic Solomon. 33248 

C49785,Junel7,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Salambo; Oriental serenade; words by 

Guy F. Steely; music by Frederic 

Chapin. 33249 

C 49790, Junel 7, 1903; 2c. Junel7, 1903. 

She didn't know just what to do; song 

by John D. Costello. 33250 

C 49788, Junel7, 1903; 2c. Junel7, 1903. 

Tale (The) of the seashell; song for cor- 
net bv Gustav Luders; arr. for military 
band by W. C. O'Hare. 33251 

C49905,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

for trombone by Gustav Luders; 

arr. for military band by W. C. O'Hare. 

33252 
C 49906, Junel9, 1903 ; 2c. Junel9, 1903. 

Throughout eternity; song, words and 

music, by Vincent E. Green. 33253 

C 49768, Junel 7, 1903 ; 2c. Junel 7, 1 903. 



Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 

New York, N. Y. 

When Mamie, sweet Mamie's a bride; 

words by Edward Harrigan; music by 

George Braham. 33254 

C 49792, Junel 7, 1903 ; 2c. Junel 7, 1903. 

Will-o'-the-Wisp (The); words by Guy 
F. Steely; music by Frederic Chapin. 

33255 
C49787,Junel7, 1903; 2c. Junel7, 1903. 

Zimmermann (Jul. Heinr.), 
Leipzig, Germany. 
Quatre morceaux caracteristiques; pour 
flute avec accompagnement de piano 
par Ernesto Kohler: op. 88, no. 1; 
Souvenir de Spala, nocturno. Leip- 
zig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 33256 
C49860,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

no. 2; Grace et coquetterie, im- 
promptu. Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann. 33257 
C49861,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

no. 3; Dans le bois, scherzino. 

Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 

33258 
C49862,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

no. 4; Danse des Pierrots, polka. 

Leipzig, Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann. 

33259 
C49863,Junel9,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 



Number of Musical compositions entered since Jan. 1, 1903 11, 145 



122 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 

CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietor; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 



To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated, 
would read. " Copyright by George Barfie & son, Philadelphia, 
20, 1903: 2 copies received June 20, 1903." 



Thus the notice, if printed in full, 
Pa. Class F, XXc, no. 14548, June 



Barrie (George) & son, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Canterbury cathedral. (F 14548, June 

20, 1903.') 33260 

Hampton court; the clock tower and the 

great hall. (F 14575, June 20, 1903.) 

33261 
Henrietta of England, Duchess of Orleans, 

daughter of Charles I. (F 14580, June 

20, 1903.) 33262 

Mary (Princess), daughter of James II. 

(F 14577, June 20, 1903.) 33263 

Mary II (Queen). (F 14578, June 20, 

1903.) 33264 

Percy (Elizabeth), Duchess of Somerset. 

(F 14579, June 20, 1903.) 33265 

Speke hall, Lancashire. Dining hall of a 

manor house of the time of Queen 

Elizabeth. (F 14545, June 20, 1903.) 

33266 
Wells cathedral. (F 14546, June 20, 

1903.) 33267 

William, Prince of Orange. (F 14576, 

June 20, 1903. ) 33268 

Windsor Castle, the east terrace. (F 
14547, June 20, 1903; 2 c. each June 20, 
1903.) 33269 

Boyce (W. D.) co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
And why not? (F 14519, June 17, 1903; 
2 c. June 17, 1903.) 33270 

Problem (The) that is just now facing 
Great Britain. (F 14461, June 10, 
1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903.) 33271 

Squelched (The) incendiary. (F 14520, 
June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. ) 

33272 
Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Boulder falls, Boulder canyon, Colo- 
rado. 6768. ( F 14573, June 20, 1903. ) 

33273 

Bridal Veil Falls, Colorado. 6716. (F 
14560, June 20, 1903.) 33274 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Cathedral spires, Platte canyon, Colo- 
rado. 6741. (F 14571, June 20, 1903.) 

33275 

Chautauqua grounds, Boulder, Colorado. 
6767. (F 14572, June 20, 1903.) 33276 

Cliff house, Mesa Verde, Colorado. 
6718. (F 14561, June 20, 1903.) 33277 

Dome rock, Platte canyon, Colorado. 
6740. (F 14570, June 20, 1903.) 33278 

Gray's & Torrey's peaks, Colorado. 6735. 
(F 14568, June 20, 1903.) 33279 

Hanging rock, Clear Creek canyon, Col- 
orado. 6730. (F 14565, June 20, 1903.) 

33280 

High bridge, Georgetown loop, Colorado. 
6734. F 14567, June 20, 1903. ) 33281 

Main street, Richfield Springs, N. Y. 
6666. (F 14558, June 20, 1903.) 33282 

Mother Grundy, Clear Creek canyon, 
Colorado. 6731. (F 14566, June 20, 
1903.) 33283 

Mt. Abram. Ouray-Silyerton stage road, 
Colorado. 6723. (F 14563, June 20, 
1903.) 33284 

New England maple tree. 6543. (F 



14557, June 20, 

Off for the mines. 
20, 1903.) 

Ouray, Colorado. 
20/1903.) 



1903. ) 
6769. 

6721. 



Platte canyon, Colorado. 
14569, June 20, 1903.) 

Post Office, Washington, D. 
(F 14559, June 20, 1903.) 



33285 

(F 14574, June 
33286 

(F 14562, June 
33287 

6738. (F 
33288 



C. 



6697. 
33289 



Toltec gorge, Colorado. 
June 20, 1903. ) 



672/ 



2 c. each June 20, 1903. 



123 



(F 14564, 
33290 



461 



462 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



Grit publishing co., Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 
Village (The) belle. (F 14550, June 20, 
1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903.) 33291 

Hearst (W. "R.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Diary (The) of a bad boy. Illustrated. 
(F 14065, Mav9, 1903; 2c. May 9, 1903. ) 

33292 

Happy Hooligan's glorious vision. (F 

14591, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 
1903.) 33293 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 

14592, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 
1903.) 33294 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 
14538, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 
1903.) 33295 

Popular pictures for the people. ' ' Napo- 
leon on his way to St. Helena. ' ' ( With 
comments bv an art critic. ) (F 14496, 
June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 

33296 

Popular poetry for the people. Auld 
Lang Syne. (Dated up from Burns.) 
(F 14537, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 
1903.) 33297 

Popular poetry for the people. The last 
rose of summer. (F 14521, June 17, 
1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 33298 

Hesse envelope company, 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Building of Varied Industries. World's 
fair, St. Louis, 1904. (F 14445, June 
1, 1903.) 33299 

Machinery building. World's fair, St. 
Louis, 1904. (F 14443, June 1, 1903.) 

33300 

Palace of Arts. World's fair, St. Louis, 

1904. no. 62. (F 14444, June 1 , 1903. ) 

33301 

Palace of Education. World's fair, St. 

Louis, 1904. no. 61. (F 14448, June 

1, 1903.) 33302 

Palace of Transportation. World's fair, 
St. Louis, 1904. no. 60. (F 14446, 
June 1, 1903.) 33303 

United States government building. 
World's fair, St. Louis, 1904. no. 59. 
(F 14447, June 1, 1903.) 33304 

2 c. each June 20, 1903. 

Hirsch fashion com pan v, New 

York. N. Y. 

Oreste. (F 14531, June 18, 1903. ) 33305 

Oriola. (F 14534, June 18, 1903. ) 33306 

Orlando-0 vigo. ( F 14530, June 18, 1 903. ) 

33307 

Orme-Ostend-Opal. (F 14532, June 18, 

1903.) 33308 



Hirsch fashion company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Ormiston. (F 14536, June 18, 1903. ) 

33309 
Orviedo-Oxford. (F 14535, June 18, 
1903.) 33310 

Osborne. (F 14533, June 18, 1903. ) 

33311 
Ovington. (F 14529, June 18, 1903. ) 

33312 
2 c. each June 18, 1903. 

Hirt (C. J.) , Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Adam's troubles raising Cain, or how 

Adam wrote his diarv (with apologies 

to Mark Twain). June 21, 1903. (F 

14584, June 20, 1903.) 33313 

Its first appearance in Kansas. June 21, 
1903. (F 14581, June 20, 1903.) 33314 
2 c. each June 20, 1903. 

Inland printer co., Chicago, 
111. 
Duties (The) of the alternate, Atlantic 
City, June 22-26, 1903. (F 14549, June 
20j 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. ) 33315 

International textbook com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 
Choose your future. ( F 14542, June 19, 
1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903.) 33316 

Landeker & Brown, Lon- 
don, England. 
"When a man's single, he lives at his 
ease; when a man's married, his 
troubles begin." (F 14522, June 18, 
1903; 2 c. June 28, 1903.) 33317 

Life publishing companv, 
New York, N. Y. 
Peach ( A ) crop. (F 14590, June 20, 1903 ; 
2 c. June 20, 1903. ) 33318 

Lyon (Anna E.), New York, 
N. Y. 
And in a moment she was in his arms. 
(F 14213, May 23, 1903.) 33319 

And she went on up the steps to the 
house. (F 14212, May 23, 1903.) 

33320 

Blair Maxwell-Forbes had been selected 
as a husband for her daughter. (F 
14218, May 23, 1903.) 33321 

Count's (The) English was occasionallv 
a trifle mixed. (F 14214, May 23, 
1903. ) 33322 

He folded his arms and looked her 
squarely in the eves. (F 14216, May 
23, 1903.) 33323 

He thought he had never seen such a 
winsome girl. (F 14217, May 23, 
1903.) 33324 

Rather severe looking, and a very ear- 
nest manner. ( F 14219, May 23, 1903. ) 

33325 



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4fi3 



Lvon (Anna E.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Surely . . . you would not force Olive 
to marry one man when her heart is 
full of another. (F 14215, May 23, 
1903.) 33326 

2 c. each June 13, 1903. 

McClure (T. C), New York, 
N. Y. 
Billy Bounce teaches the bunch that 
pride goeth before a fall. June 21, 
1903. (F 14587, June 20, 1903.) 

33327 

Fresh Fred and Foxv Frog. June 21, 
1903. (F 14585, June 20, 1903.) 

33328 

Ins and outs of coffee and sinkers. June 
21, 1903. (F 14588, June 20, 1903.) 

33329 

Uncle Pike and fresh city boarders. 

June 21. 1903. (F 14586, June 20, 

1903.^ 33330 

2 c. each, June 20, 1903. 



Tuck (Raphael) <k sons co., 
ltd., New York, X. Y. 
Cleopatra, (F 14551, June 20, 1903.) 

33331 

Love and life. (F 14552, June 20, 1903. ) 

33332 

Marguerite. (F 14544, June 20, 1903.) 

33333 

Rosita. (F 14543, June 20, 1903. ) 

33334 

Springtime. (F 14553, June 20, 1903. ) 

33335 
2 c. each June 20, 1903. 

Ullman mfg. co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Blossom. (F 14556, June 20, 1903.) 

33336 
Carnations. (F 14555, June 20, 1903.) 

33337 



Sisters. (F 14554, June 20, 1903.) 
2 c. each June 20, 1903. 



33338 



Number of Engravings, cuts, and prints entered since Jan. 1, 1903 2,984 

CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copvright bv Art interchange companv, New York, N. Y. 
Class G, XXc. no. 4943, May 1, 1903; 2 copies" received* Mav 1, 1903." 



Art interchange company, 
New York, X. Y. 
La France roses, no. 454. Colored sup- 
plement to the Art interchange. (G 
4943, May 1, 1903.) 33339 

Pink carnations, no. 453. Colored sup- 
plement to Art interchange. (G 4944, 
May 1,1903.) 33340 

2 c. each May 1, 1903. 

Campbell, Metzgar & Jacob- 
son, Xew York. X. Y. 
Girl & parasol. (G 4932J June 19, 1903. ) 

33341 
Japanese girl. (G 4931, June 19, 1903.) 

33342 
2 c. each June 19, 1903. 

Courier (The) companv, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Bolt (A) from Heaven. (G 4934. June 
20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903.) 33343 

Great (The) realistic cotton picking scene. 
(G 4921, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 
1903. ) 33344 



Despatch publishing co., 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Say! look me up in de Pittsburg Sunday 

Dispatch, yores trulie, Pickle Neary. 

(G 4924, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 

1903.) 33345 

Kean (Otis H. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Bathing (A) girl. (G 4854, June 8, 1903. ) 

33346 
Study (A). (G 4853, June 8, 1903.) 

33347 
2 c. each June 18, 1903. 

Strobridge lithographing 

companv, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

First part. 1 sheet. (X. Y. no. 10409.) 

(G 4703, May 14, 1903.) 33348 

Kangaroo. 8 sheet. (X. Y. no. 10413.) 
(G 4701, May 14, 1903.) 33349 

Stuyvesant. 3 sheet. (X. Y. no. 10415.) 
(G 4709, May 14, 1903. ) 33350 

2 c. each June 18, 1903. 



125 



464 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Awful (An) "skate" on. no. 6897. (G 

4912, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

33351 

I be the Norman king. (G 4913, June 
15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

33352 

I tell thee, proud chief, no. 6900. (G 

4923, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. ) 

33353 

Man (The) with the duck nose. (G 

4926, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. ) 

33354 

May this right hand be withered, no. 
6901. (G 4910, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903.) 33355 



United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Rohr (Carline) full figure, no. 6842. 

(G4914, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 

1903.) 33356 

Soubrette and yellow kids. no. 6885. 
(G 4911, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33357 

Struggle, no. 130. (G 4925, June 18, 
1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903.) 33358 

Why the monkey don't like the 4th of 
July. no. 6966. (G4922, June 17, 
1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 33359 



Number of Chromos and lithographs entered since Jan. 1, 1903 1,058 

CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright bv American Mutoscope and biograph co., New 
York, N. Y. Class H, XXc, no. 32786, June 17, 1903:" 2 copies rec'd June 17, 1903." 



American mutoscope and 

biograph co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Champion pony "Midget," (H 32786, 

June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 

33360 
Cleveland fire department. (H 32791, 
June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 

33361 

Dewey (The) arch. (H 32835, June 18, 

1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903.) 33362 

Donkev (A) part v. (H 32788, June 17, 
1903J 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 33363 

Drill ambulance corps. (H 32790, June 

17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 33364 

Getting up in the world. (H 32834, June 

18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903.) 33365 

Gloomy gus gets the best of it, ( H 32783, 
June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 

33366 

Launch U. S. battleship "Kentucky." 
(H 32833, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June"l8, 
1903.) 33367 

Mike got the soap in his eyes. (H 32792, 
June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 

33368 

Old volunteer fire dept, (H 32831, June 
18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903.) 33369 

Roosevelt's Rough riders. (H 32832, 
June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903.) 

33370 



American mutoscope and 

biograph co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Slippery (The) slide. (H 32785, June 

17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 33371 

Torpedo boat "Dupont." (H 32787, June 

17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. ) 33372 



What boys will do. 
1903; 2 c. June 17, 



(H 32784, June 17, 
1903.) 33373 



Yard (A) of Frankfurters. (H 32789, 
June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903.) 

33374 

Anderson (Oliver P.), Se- 
attle, Wash. 
Kelpie, 1903 cruise. (H 32849, June 19, 
1903.) 33375 

La vita off Duwamish Head. (H 32851, 
June 19, 1903.) 33376 

Olympic, 1903 cruise. (H 32850, June 
19, 1903. ) 

Yawl Olympic. (H 32852 
1903.) 
2 c. each June 19, 1903. 

Arkell company, New York, 
N. Y. 
Midnight (The) alarm! "Baby's awake!" 
(H 32856, June 19, 1903.) 33379 

"She's at the club." (H 32857, June 19, 
1903.) 33380 



33377 

June 19, 
33378 



126 



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465 



Arkell company, New York, 
X. Y. 
"We don't care if she never comes back." 
(H 32858, June 19, 1903. ) 33381 

2 c. each June 19, 1903. 

Bolles (Charles E.), Brook- 
lyn, X. Y. 
Fauvette. 1792. (H 32844, 



1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903.) 



June 19, 
33382 



Boyd (H. 



Xew York, 



19, 1903; 
33383 



L. 

X. Y. 
May 11, 1903. (H 32159, May 

2 c. May 19, 1903.) 

Boynton ( Hortense A. ) , 

Xewport, R. I. 

Champion Providence white heather, 

Ormskirk Cornishman and Providence 

Emerald. (H 32690, June 15, 1903; 2 

c. June 15, 1903. ) 33384 

Byrnes (J. F.), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Bird's-eve view fair grounds, "Derby 
day." (H 32782, June 17, 1903; 2 c. 
June 17, 1903. ) 33385 

Chafee (Robert E.), Cripple 
Creek, Colo. 
Rail (A) road triumph. (H 32859, June 
19, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903.) 33386 

Cooper (Charles V.), Port- 
land, Oreg. 
Planted rubber tree, fifteen years old. 
(H 32780, June 17, 1903.) 33387 

Planted rubber tree one year old. (H 
32781, June 17, 1903.) 33388 

1 c. each Apr. 11, 1903; 1 c. each June 
17, 1903. 

Cornish (Arthur B. ), Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Three (The) lilies" (H 32779, June 13, 
1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903.) 33389 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

Mass. 

Oath (The) of knighthood. 21 x 29. (H 

33390 



32846, June 19, 1903. ] 

Solomon's ship. 18 x 2 
June 19, 1903. ) 
2 c. each June 19, 190; 



(H 32845, 
33391 






Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Albion hotel and confederate monument, 
Augusta, Ga. 016438. (H 32738, June 
15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33392 

America u (The) bar in Paris. 09791. 
(H 32812, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 
1903.) 33393 

Approach to south postern, Fort Monroe. 
Va. 016383. (H 32698, June 15, 1903 
2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 33394 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Artist's (The) daughter. 09794. (H 
32S14, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 
1903.) 33395 

Ascent to flagstaff, Fort Monroe, Va. 
016382. (H 32697, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. ) 33396 

Barbara Blount Hall, university of Ten- 
nessee, Knoxville, Tenn. 016414. (H 
32718, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33397 

Barton's old mill, Aiken, S. C. 016457. 
(H 32754, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33398 

Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. 016419. 
(H 32723, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33399 

Boar's (The) back, Aiken, S. C. 016458. 
(H 32755, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33400 

Bon air hotel, Summerville, Ga. 016449. 
(H 32747, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33401 

016450. (H 32748, June 15, 1903; 2 

c. June 15, 1903.) 33402 

Broad street, Augusta, Ga. 016432. (H 
32733, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15,1903. ) 

33403 

Central avenue, U. S. arsenal, Augusta, 
Ga. 016446. (H 32744, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 33404 

City Hall, Jacksonville, Fla. 016423. 
(H 32727, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33405 

Commanding officer's quarters, Fort 
Monroe, Va. 016381. (H 32696, June 
15 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33406 

Confederate monument, Augusta, Ga. 
016439. (H 32739, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. ) 33407 

County bridge over Tennessee river, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 016401. (H 32710, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

33408 

Court house, Knoxville, Tenn. 016403 
(H 32712, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33409 

First state capitol, Knoxville, Tenn. 
016409. (H 32716, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. ) 33410 

Forsvth street, Jacksonville, Fla. 016422. 
(H 32726, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33411 

Gay street, Knoxville, Tenn. 016402. (H 
32711, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 

33412 

Georgia railroad bank, Augusta, Ga. 
016436. (H 32736, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 33413 



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466 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Green street, Augusta, Ga. 016433. (H 

32734, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 

33414 

Hampton Terrace hotel, North Augusta, 

Ga. 067000. ( H 32837, June 18, 1903 ; 

2 c. June 18, 1903. 33415 

Knoxville, Tenn., from across river. 
016400. (H 32709, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. ) 33416 

Lover's lane, Aiken, S. C. 016459. (H 

32756, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 

33417 

Main street, Jacksonville, Fla. 016420. 

(H 32724, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 

1903.) 33418 

Meadow garden, Augusta, Ga. 016442. 
(H 32742, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33419 

Moat (The) and main entrance, Fort 
Monroe, Va. 016378. (H 32694, June 
15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33420 

New barracks, Fort Monroe, Va. 016379. 
(H 32695, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33421 

Old barracks, U. S. arsenal, Augusta, Ga. 
016447. (H 32745, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 33422 

Old storehouse and officers' quarters, 
U. S. arsenal, Augusta, Ga. ( H 32746, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

33423 

Oliver W., the famous trotting ostrich. 
016430. (H 32731, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 33424 

016431. (H 32732, June 15, 1903; 2 

c. June 15, 1903. ) 33425 

Ormond hotel from Halifax river, Or- 
mond, Fla. 016392. (H 32703, June 
15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33426 

Ormond hotel, Ormond, Fla. 016393. 
(H 32704, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33427 

Ox team with cotton seed. 016461. (H 

32757, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

33428 

Palmetto golf links, Aiken, S. C. 016456. 

(H 32753, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 

1903.) 33429 

Post office, Augusta, Ga. 016434. (H 

32735, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 

33430 

Republic marble quarry near Knoxville, 

Tenn. 016416. (H 32720, June 15, 

1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33431 

016417. (H 32721, June 15, 1903; 

2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 33432 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Residence on" North Beach street, Day- 
tona, Fla. 016398. (H 32708, June lo, 
1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33433 

Residence (A) on Walton Way, Summer- 
ville, Ga. 016451. (H 32749, June 15, 
1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33434 

Richmond County court house and Inde- 
pendence monument, Augusta, Ga. 
016437. (H 32737, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 33435 

Riverside avenue, Jacksonville, Fla. 



016421. (H 32725, June 15, 1903; 
June 15, 1903.) 



33436 



Ross marble quarrv, near Knoxville, 
Tenn. 016418. (H 32722, June 15, 
1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33437 

Sailing bicvcles on the beach, Ormond, 
Fla. 016394. (H 32705, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 33438 

Sailing on the beach, Ormond, Fla. 
016395. (H 32706, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. ) 33439 

016396. (H 32707, June 15, 1903; 2 

c. June 15, 1903. ) 33440 

St. George street, St. Augustine, Fla. 
016390. (H 32702, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. ) 33441 

St. John's Episcopal church, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 016406. (H 32714, June 15, 
1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33442 

St. Paul's church, Augusta, Ga. 016440. 
(H 32740, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33443 



016441. (H 32741, June 15, 190c 



c. June 15, 1903.) 



33444 



Science hall, university of Tennessee, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 016415. (H 32719, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33445 

Sibley and King cotton mills, Augusta, 
Ga. 010715. (H 32836, June 18, 1903; 
2 c. June 18, 1903.) 33446 

Sibley cotton mills and powder mill chim- 
ney, Augusta, Ga. 016443. (H 32743, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 33447 

Sirens. 09790. (H 32811. June 17, 1903; 
2 c. June 17, 1903.) 33448 

Southern (A) fish vender. 016452. (H 
32750, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 

33449 

Southern railway station, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 016408. (H 32715, June 15, 
1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33450 



128 



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PHOTOGRAPHS 



4<>7 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Tropin- park, Fort Monroe. Va. 016385. 
(U 32700, June 15, L903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33451 

016386. I II 32701, June 15, 1903: 2 

C. June 15, 1903.) 33452 

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 016413. (H 32717, June 15, 
1903: 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33453 

Mew in Riverside park, Jacksonville, 
Fla. 016428. ( H 32730, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33454 

View near south postern. Fort Monroe, 
Va. 016384. (H 32699, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33455 

Waiting. 09792. (H 32813, June 17, 
1903;" 2 c. June 17, 1903. ) 33456 

Whitney's (W. C.) cottage, Aiken, S. C. 
016455. (H 32752, June 15, 1903: 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. ) 33457 

Wilcox's hotel and cafe, Aiken, S. C. 
016453. (H. 32751, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 33458 

Windsor hotel and Hemming park, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 016427. (H 32729, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

33459 

Windsor hotel, Jacksonville, Fla. 016426. 
(H 32728, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 33460 

Woman" s building (Chamber of com- 
merce). Knoxville, Tenn. 016405. (H 
32713, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 

33461 
Edison ( Thomas A. ) , Orange, 
N. J. 
Arabian Jewish dance. (H 32802, June 
17. 1903.) 33462 

Crossing the Atlantic. (H 32796, June 
17, 1903.) 33463 

Egyptian market scene. (H 32804, June 
17, 1903.) 33464 

Excavating scene at the pyramids of 
Sakkarah. (H 32799, June 17, 1903.) 

33465 

Going to market, Luxor, Egypt. ( H 
32807, June 17, 1903.) 33466 

Herd of sheep on the road to Jerusalem. 
(H 32S08, June 17, 1903.) 33467 

Jerusalem's busiest street, showing Mt. 
Zion. (H 32794, June 17, 1903.) 33468 

Lake Lucerne, Switzerland. (H 32793, 
June 17, 1903.) 33469 

Market scene in old Cairo, Egypt. (H 
32795, June 17, 1903.) 33470 

1278—03 5 1 



Edison (Thomas A. |, ( Grange, 

X.J. 

Panoramic view of an Egyptian cattle 

market. (H 32S03. June 17, L903.) 

33471 
Panoramic view of Beyrouth, Syria, show- 
ing holiday festivities. (H 32800, June 
17, 1903.) ' 33472 

Primitive irrigation in Egypt. (H 32798, 
June 17, 1903.) 33473 

Shearing a donkey in Egypt. (H 32806, 
June 17, 1903.)' 33474 



Street scene at Jaffa. 
1903. ) 



(H 32810, June 17, 
33475 



Tourists embarking at Jaffa. (H 32797. 
June 17, 1903.) 33476 

Tourists returning on donkevs from Miz- 
pah. (H 32805, June 17, 1903.) 33477 

Tourists starting on donkevs for the pyra- 
mids of Sakkarah. ( H 32801, June 17, 
1903.) 33478 

Tourists taking: water from the river Jor- 
dan. (H 32809, June 17, 1903.) 33479 
2 c. each June 17, 1903. 

Fallgatten (J. A.), La Grande, 
Oreg. 
Pride (The) of Oregon. (H 32778, June 
16, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903.) 33480 

Gardner (G. M. ), Monticello, 
N. Y. 
Hotel Rockwell. Monticello, N. Y. (H 
32841. June 19, 1903.) 33481 

Monticello, N. Y. (H 32840, June 19, 
1903. ) 33482 

Park ( The), Monticello, N. Y. ( H 32843, 
June 19, 1903.) 33483 

St. Peters R. C. church, Monticello, X. Y. 
(H 32842, June 19, 1903.)- 33484 

2 c. each June 19, 1903. 

Gilbert & Bacon, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Rustic beauty. (H 32758, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903.) 33485 

Grit publishing co., Williams- 
port, Pa. 
Eleanor. (H 32838, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903.) 33486 

Hammon (Levi W.), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Demonstrations of spiritual manifesta- 
tions. (H 32421, June 6, 1903; 1 c. 
June 6, 1903; 1 c. June 19, 1903.) 

33487 

Hendrickson (Horatio), New 
York, N. Y. 
April tide. (H 32830, June 18, 1903. ) 

33488 



29 



468 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hendrickson (Horotio), New 
York, N. Y. 
Bit (A) of sea and shore. (H 32826, 
June 18, 1903. ) 33489 

Conev Island beach. (H 32822, June 18, 
1903. ) 33490 



Ever (The) winding stream. 
June 18, 1903. ) 



(H 32818, 
33491 



Flotsam. (H 32827, June 18, 1903. ) 

33492 

Gray morning. ( H 32828, June 18, 1903. ) 

33493 

Peach blossoms. (H 32817, June 18, 
1903. ) 33494 



Pool (A) in a wood. 
1903. ) 

Sea mist. 



(H 32816, June 18, 
33495 



(H 32821, June 18, 1903.) 

33496 

Sea (A) weed littered shore. (H 32825, 

June 18, 1903. ) 33497 

Season (The) of blossoms. (H 32819, 

33498 



Jane 18, 1903.) 

Scene on the Bronx. 
1903. ) 

Tree (The) on the hill 
18, 1903.) 



(H 32821, June 18. 
33499 

. ( H 32820. June 
33500 



When the leaves are coming out, (H 
32815, June 18, 1903.) 33501 



When the sea is calm. 
18, 1903.) 



(H 32829, June I 
33502 



Wintertime in Bronx wood. (H 32823. 
June 18, 1903.) 33503 

2 c. each June 18, 1903. 

Holmes (Oscar Franklin), 
Kansas Citv, Mo. 
1903 (The) flood, a panorama. ( H 32839, 
June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 33504 

Keystone badge co., Read- 
ing, Pa. 
McKinley Memorial monument of Read- 

c. 



ing, Pa. (II 32863, June 20, 1903; 



June 20, 1903. ) 
Leek - 



33505 



Jackson, 



(H 32684, June 
33506 



N.), 
Wyo. 

Elk feeding on hill side 
15, 1903.) 

Elk in deep snow. (H 32685, June 15, 
1903.) 33507 

Elk on the mountain top. (PI 32683, 
June 15, 1903. ) 33508 

Elk on the ridge. 
1903.) 

Three pair of elk 
1903. ) 
2 c. each June 15, 1903. 33510 



(H 32682, June 15, 
33509 

(H 32686, June 15, 



Linthicum ( W. D. ) , Hatton, 
Wash. 
(JomDmation view of the citv of Lind. 
(H 32679, June 3, 1903; 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903.) 33511 

McManus (B. F.) , Princeton, 
X. J. 
Finlev (Prof ) of Princeton Univ. no. 
10100. (H 30595, Apr. 20, 1903; 2 c. 
Apr. 20, 1903.) 33512 

Wilson (President Woodrow). no. A. 
10114. (H 30193, Apr. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
Apr. 15, 1903.) 33513 

no. 10123. (H 30192, Apr. 15, 1903; 

2 c. Apr. 15, 1903.) 33514 

Purdy (James Edward ) , Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Weaver (John), no. 1. (H 32847, June 
19, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903.) 33515 

Liang Cheng ( Sir Chentung) . ( H 32818. 
June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903.) 

33516 
Blair (Mrs. J. L.) no. 1. (H 32692, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

33517 
Rau (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Flooded (The) bottoms from U. P. hill, 
Kansas City, flood of 1903. X 5056. 
(H 32977, June 25, 1903.) 33518 

Knights Templar parade on Broad st.. 
Fiftieth annual conclave Grand Com- 
mandery of Pennsylvania. X 5050, 
(H 3298*0, June 25, 1903.) 33519 

"L." Bridge, the Keystone iron works 
and Metropolitan power house from 
5th St.. Kansas City. Kansas flood of 
1903. X 5054. (*H 32975, June 25, 
1903.) 33520 

Mighty (A) host of 1,000 musicians play- 
ing "Onward Christian Soldiers," 
Knights Templar parade, Philadelphia, 
1903. X 5045. (H 32983, June 25, 
1903.) 33521 

Rank behind rank marched host in proud 
arrav — Knights Templar Conclave, 
Philadelphia, 1903. X5016. (H 32981, 
June 25, 1903.) 33522 

Rescuers (The) came too late. In the 
swamp after the flood, Kansas Citv, 
K ana. , fl ood, 1 903. X 5052. ( II 32973, 
June 25, 1903. ) 33523 

Seething (The) waters of the Kansas flood 
from Third and Sandusky sts.. Kansas 
Citv, Kans., May, 1903/ X 5053. (H 
32974, June 25, 1903.) 33524 

Terrace hill beyond the flooded bottoms, 
Kansas City, flood of 1903. X 5057. 
(H 32978, June 25, 1903.) 33525 



130 



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PHOTOdKAl'HS 



469 



Rau (William II.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Unfortunate (An) caught in the drift. 
K. C. Ks. flood. May, 190:5. X 5051. 
(H 82972, June 25, L903.) 33526 

Wrecked ( View of the) bridges from the 
Maple Leaf elevator. Kansas City. 
Kansas flood of 1903. X 5055. (H 
32976, .June 25, 1903.) 33527 

3,000 Knights in massed parade, Phila- 
delphia.' 1903. X 5047. (H 32982, 
June 25, 1903). ) 33528 

2 c. each June 25, 1903. 

Reed (Chas. Elmer), Xorton, 
Kans. 
Panoramic view of Xorton, Kans. (H 
32693, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903. ) 33529 

St. Louis art negative co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Meditation. (H 32594, June 12, 1903; 2 
c. June 10, 1903.) 33530 

Sanborn (Alphonso H.), 
Manchester, N. H. 
Panoramic view of the cotton mills at 
Manchester, X. H. (H 32910, June 
24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903.) 33531 

Stark (George), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Folk (circuit attorney Jos. TV. ) of St. 
Louis. (H 32862, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903.) 33532 

Strickrott (John F.), To- 
peka, Kans. 
Kansas avenue, looking north from Lau- 
rent st. , taken June 2, 1903. ( H 32760, 
June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903.) 

33533 
Tiernann (Hermann X.), 
New York, X. Y. 
Accident to sloop "Reliance." no. 1. 
(H 32853, June 19, 1903.) 33534 

no. 2. (H 32854, June 19, 1903. ) 

33535 

no. 3. (H 32855, June 19, 1903.) 

33536 
2 c. each June 19, 1903. 

Underwood & Underwood, 

Xew York, X. Y. 

Battery of the "Twelve Apostles," Morro 

Castle defending harbor entrance S. S. 

E. Havana, Cuba. (H 32340, June 

2, 1903.) 33537 

Brantwood, home of John Ruskin, on 
west bank of Coniston lake, Lake dis- 
trict, England. (H 32335, June 2, 
1903.) 33538 

Church (The) at Rydal, near the home 
of Wordsworth, Lake district, Eng- 
land. (H 32331, June 2, 1903.) 33539 



Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. V. 
Cuba's principal cargo carriers — horses in 
the market place, Havana, j II 32337, 
June 2, 1903.) 33540 

Cuban cigar makers at work in the largest 
factory in Havana, Cuba. (H 32341, 
June 2, 1903.) 33541 

Excursion steamer on the charming Win- 
dermere, Lake district, England. (H 
32325, June 2, 1903.) 33542 

Furness Abbey (XII. cent. ) once rich and 
powerful, among most picturesque ruins 
in England. (H 32329, June 2, 1903.) 

33543 

General view in a great cigar factory 
(1,000 employees), largest in Havana, 
Cuba. (H 32339, June 2, 1903. ) 33544 

Heavy (A) old time gun, Morro Castle, 
SE. up harbor entrance, Cathedral dis- 
tance right, Havana, Cuba. (H 32338, 
June 2, 1903.) 33545 

Interior of the Cathedral, Havana, where 
Columbus' remains rested from 1796 to 
1898, Cuba. (H 32326, June 2, 1903.) 

33546 

Palace square (center), Cathedral (right), 
Custom house (tower left), SW. from 
Cabana, Havana, Cuba. (H 32336, 
June 2, 1903.) 33547 

Plate glass works, Tarentum, Pa, ; model- 
ing clay pots for molten glass; moving 
pot to drying room. (H 32323, June 
1903.) 33548 

Prado (The) from Hotel Inglaterra, 
XX E. to Morro Castle, Havana, Cuba. 
(H 32332, June 2, 1903.) 33549 

Princes street and Waterloo place X. W. 
to Calton Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland, 
no. 1. (H 32333, June 2, 1903.) 

33550 

no. 2. ( H 32334, June 2, 1903. ) 

33551 

School (The) at Hawkshead founded 
(1585) attended by Wordsworth, Lake 
district, England.*' (H 32327, June 2, 
1903.) 33552 

Strangely poised Bowder stone (2000 
tons) above the beautiful valley of 
Borrowdale, England. ( H 32330, June 
2, 1903.) 33553 

Thirlmere, a lake reservoir, the water- 
supply of Manchester, 96 miles distant, 
Lake" district, England. (H 32328, 
June 2, 1903.) 33554 

L T niversity, X. X. W. over south bridge 
to Tron church, Edinburgh, Scotland. 
(H 32324, June 2, 1903.) 33555 

2 c. each June 2, 1903. 



131 



470 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE EXTKIES 



Walter (F. A.), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Reliance and Columbia, no. 365. (H 
32861, June 19, 1903. ) 33556 

Reliance. Columbia, and Constitution, 
no. 364. ( H 32860, June 19, 1903. ) 

33557 
2 c. each June 19, 1903. 

Whitcher ( Arthur Warren) , 
Woburn. Mass. 
Among his books. (H 32436. June 8, 
1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903.) 33558 

Young (R. Y. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Cupid's chrvstal bower, Prospect Park. 
Niagara Falls, U. S. A. (H 32479, 
June 10, 1903. ) 33559 

Fairy-land of ice and snow, Niagara 
Falls, U. S. A. (H 32477, June 10, 
1903.) 33560 



Young: (R. Y.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Ironing day. (H 32476, June 10, 1903.) 

33561 

Loyer's Lane. Niagara Falls, U. S. A. ( H 

32481, June 10/1903.) 33562 

Picturesque Tubinger, an old uniyersity 
town on the Neckar riyer, Germany. 
(H 32475, June 10, 1903.) 33563 

Rooseyelt (President Theodore) at his 
desk in the White House, Washington, 
D. C, U. S. A. (H 32480, June 10, 
1903.) 33564 

Three bold adyenturers on Goat Island, 
Niagara Falls. U. S. A. (H 32482, 
June 10, 1903.) 33565 



Young (A) matron. 
1903. ) 



(H 324/ 



June 10, 
33566 



each June 11, 1903. 



Number of Photographs entered since Jan. 1 , 1903 7,946 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

fjnder this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended lo be perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors: subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. "Copyright by American lithographic company. New York. 
X. Y. Class I. XXc no. 7198, June 26, 1903; 1 photograph received June 26, 1903." 



American lithographic com- 
pany. Now York. N. Y. 
Prize (The) winner. On the surface of 
the >oa a large fish ridden by a little 
I,., v. 1 7198, June 26, 1903; 1 photo. 
June 26, 1903.) 33567 

Spanish beauty. Full face bust portrait 
of a beautiful young woman with sty- 
lishly arranged hair adorned with Mow- 
ers. ' | I 717!), June 24. 1903; 1 photo. 
June 24, L903.) 33568 

Yacht (The) race. In the foreground on 
troubled waters two yachts probably 
racing. 1 1 7182, June24, L903; 1 phot*). 
June 24, 1903.) 33569 



company, 

111. 



Barnes-Crosby 
Chicago, 

Illustration showing a bathing scene; in 
the foreground is a man standing in 

waterwhich reaches nearly to his knees. 
(I 7165, June 22, 1903.) * 33570 

Illustration Bhowing a house interior, in 
the foreground a large .Morris chair 
which is vacant, on theopposite sideof 
a table a ladv is seated. ( 1 7160, June 
22, L903.) 33571 



Barnes-( !r< isl »y company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Illustration showing a maid in the act of 

cleaning a lot of china ware which is 

arranged on the table in front of her. 

(I 7161, June 22, 1903. I 33572 

Illustration Bhowing a picnic scene: a 
lady is on her knees in the foreground 
spreading a cloth. (I 7159, June 22, 
1903.) 33573 

Illustration showing full length figure of 
a ladv wearing a house gown; at her 
left are shown a number of ladies' vests 
and under suits. (I 7157, June 22, 



and under 
1903. ) 



33574 



Illustration Bhowing full length figure of 
a lady wearing a skirt decorated with 
embroidery and a waist without sleeves. 
(I 7158, June 22, 1903. | 33575 

Illustration showing full length seated 
figure of a man in full front view: he 
wears a sack suit of lighl striped mate- 
rial. (I 7163, June 22. 1903. ) 33576 



132 



No. 



FINE ARTS 



471 



Bames-( Jrosby company, 
Chicago, III. 
Illustration showing full length figures 
of two ladies; both wear street dresses 
of light material and stand facing one 
another, il 7156, June 22, L903. | 

33577 
Illustration showing half length figure of 
a man in | front view: he w«arsa white 
vest and striped shirt and double band 
collar with narrow four in hand tie. (I 
7164, June' 22, 1903. i 33578 

Illustration showing head and shoulders 
of three ladies: the one at the left is 
shown in nearly full front view: she 
wears a waist of figured material. (I 
7154, June 22. 1903.) 33579 

Illustration showing the head and part 
of the shoulders of a man; he wears a 
straw hat with a flat crown and broad 
brim. (I 7162, June 22, 1903.) 33580 

Illustration showing two ladies; one is 
seated on a bench beneath a tree; her 
companion stands behind her and 
slightlv to her right. (I 7155, June 
22." 1903.) 33581 

1 photo, each June 22, 1903. 

Bostock (Frank C), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Animals at play. On erections, and 
aided by appliances of various kinds, a 
number of animals are shown in dif- 
ferent positions performing. (I 7190, 
June 25, 1903.) 33582 

Bears. Irregular semi-circle of boulders, 
presumably ice; in the centre fore- 
ground a bear in a lying position upon 
which stands a young woman. ( I 
7189. June 25, 1903.) 33583 

Leopards. Number of leopards perform- 
ing, and arranged in different positions 
on ledges: in the lower center of the 
design sits a voting woman. (I 71 s 7. 
June 25, 1903.*) 33584 

Lions. Framework upon and in which 
a number of lions are occupying differ- 
ent positions; in the lower center a 
man stands on a small platform. (I 
7185, June 25, 1903.) 33585 

Polar bears. Design consists of an irregu- 
lar semicircle of boulders, presumably 
ice; in the center foreground stands a 
voting woman. ( I 7188, June 25, 1903. ) 

33586 
Tigers. Number of tigers performing: a 
man with a whip stands in the fore- 
ground. (I 7186. June 25, 1903.) 

33587 
1 photo, each June 25, 1903. 

13 



Brewster (George Thomas), 
New York, X. Y. 

Andrews [Justice George I'.) -Mural 

bust, Blightly larger than life size. (I 

:. June 15, 1903; 1 photo. June 15, 

1903.) 33588 

Braun, Clement A: cie., 
Paris. France. 
Automne. no. 8985. Figure of a man 
in hunting costume seated on a white 
horse. (I 7080, June 15, 1903.) 33589 

Bain (he), no. 5311. Full figure of a 
nude female (back view) standing on 
white sheet before a bath tub. ( I 7074, 
June 15, 1903. ) 33590 

Bergere (La) an fuseau. no. 5317. 
Shepherdess seated on an embankment 
with spindle in hands. (I 7068. June 
15, 1903. ) 33591 

Bergere (La). Fin du jour. no. 5324. 
Standing figure of a peasant resting on 
her staff and looking across a river. (I 
7070, June 15. 1903.) 33592 

Bois (Le) mort. No. 8994. Woodland 
scene: Figure of a man kneeling and 
tying up a bundle of fagots; near him 
stands a little girl holding in her right 
hand a branch of a tree. 1 1 70S8, June 
15,1903.) 33593 

Chasse a course. No. 898S. Hunting 
scene. Figure of a man in hunting 
costume standing behind the lowered, 
hood of a carriage speaking to a young 
woman who sits in the carriage. (I 
7083, June 15, 1903.) " 33594 

Clair de lune en Provence. No. 8987. 
Woodlands scene ; on the right is a 
large clump of trees. (I 7082. June 15. 
1903.) 33595 

Coup (Un) de vent. No. 8995. Scene 
in the fields; man pushing a wheelbar- 
row filled with hay, behind him a 
woman leading a cow. and beside him 
a little girl leading a lamb. (I 7089, 
Jan. 15, 1903. ) 33596 

Diane. No. 5314. Seated female figure, 
nude, sitting on a lion's skin and hold- 
ing in her right hand a bow. [I 7071. 
June 15, 1903.) 33597 

Douleur. No. 5318. Lying figure of the 
dead Christ; at his side is a woman in 
the act of kissing him on the cheek. (I 
7069, June 15, 1903.) 33598 

Effrayee par un cygne. No. 5309. Nude 
female figure seated on the bank of the 
stream in a frightened attitude. (I 
7076, June 15, 1903.) 33599 

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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Braun, Clement & cie., 

Paris, France. 

Enfant (L') Jesus; figure of a nude child 

seated in woman's lap; in its left hand 

it holds upraised some shavings, no. 

5321. (I 7077, June 15, 1903.) 33600 

Etoile du matin, no. 5310. Half-length 
figure of partly nude woman with star 
on forehead. * (I 7075, June 15, 1903. ) 

33601 

Etude, no. 5312. Nude female figure 
seated, one leg thrown over the arm of 
chair. (I 7073, June 15, 1903.) 33602 

Fideles (Les) au pardon, no. 8982. 
Religious procession. Three figures in 
front plaving instruments and singing. 
(I 7090, June 15, 1903. ) 33603 

Jeue de massacre, no. 5299. Group of 
children; one seated on a wall showing 
to a girl a piece of statuary. (I 7064, 
June 15, 1903. ) 33604 

Junon. no. 5316. Seated figure of a 
voung girl dressed in loose white 
drapery. (I 7067, June 15, 1903.) 

33605 
Laitiere (La) de Trianon. Idylle a Tri- 
anon, no. 8993. Two panels; one on 
the left represents a milkmaid leading 
a land). (I 7087. June 15, 1903.) 

33606 

L'amour boit. No. 8991. Group of fig- 
ures in fancy costume surrounding a 
statue of Cupid. (I 7085. June 15, 
1903. ) 33607 

L'appel au passeur. No. 5315. Two fig- 
ures standing on hank of a stream; one 
has a basket on each arm. (I 7066, 
June 15, 1903.) 33608 

L'encens. No. 8983. Religious scene 
Figure of aD angel rising from the fumes 
of an urn which stands on the floor. 
(I 7091, June 1">. 1903.) 33609 

L'orage. No. 8986. Scene in the field, 
a shepherd is driving before him a flock 
of sheep. (I 7081, June 15, 1903.) 

33610 

Muse ( La ) du soir. No. 5313. Full length 
figure of a young woman nude to waist 
wearing a crown of laurels on head. 
leaning against a tree. (I 7072, June 
15, 1903.) 33611 

Neige (La) a Versailles. Bal masque au 
cbauteau. No. 8992. Left panel rep- 
resents a lady being carried in a palan- 
quin in a snow storm. (I 7086, June 
15, 1903.) 33612 

Passage (Le) dugue. No. 5388. Hunt- 
ing scene: In the foreground is a boer 
plunging in the river toward a dog. 
(I 7062, June 15, 1903.) 33613 



Braun, Clement & cie., 

Paris, France. 

Patinage (Le) a Versailles. No. 8989. 

Winter scene. Male and female figure 

in the foreground skating. (I 7084, 

June 15, 1903. ) ' 33614 

Retour (Le) a la barque. No. 5295. 
Marine scene: A boat containing two 
men, one of whom is throwing a line 
to another, who is in a small boat with 
two companions. (I 7063, June 15, 
1903.) 33615 

Reverie d'automne. No. 5308. Half 
length seated figure of a young woman. 
(I 7065, June 15, 1903.) ' 33616 

Sainte Cecilia, No. 5320. Seated figure 
playing a harp; above the harp are four 
angel heads. (I 7060, June 15, 1903.) 

33617 

Servantes (Les) du cardinal. Two female 
figures dressed in fancy costume, hold- 
ing in her hands trays on which are 
glasses. 5247. ( I 7001, June 15, 1903. ) 

33618 

Trois (Les) graces. No. 5319. Three 
nude female figures standing under a 
bower twined with roses and wearing 
roses in their hair. (1 7078, June 15, 
1903.) 33619 

Vendanges (Les) No. 8990. Rustic 
scene: In theforeground are two couples 
dancing; on the hillside to the right 
are four musicians playing their instru- 
ments. (I 7092, June 15, 1903.) 33620 

Vente de poisson sur la plage de Katwyk. 

no. 8984. Scene on seashore; stranded 

boat with sails partly raised on the 

right. . ( I 7079, June 15, 1903. ) 33621 

1 photo, each June 15, 1903. 



Charlton (John), London, 
England. 
Rossbach. Oil painting in canvas; 6 ft. 
x 3 ft, 6 in. A line of Prussian cuiras- 
siers, time of Frederick the Creat, in 
cream white uniforms. (I 7059, June 
15, 1903; 1 photo. May 16, 1903.) 

33622 

Chattanooga medicine co., 
( Jhattanooga, Tenn. 
Cardui (Lady). Beautiful young woman, 
richly attired; her bodice being cut 
low. exposing her neck and shoulders; 
in her right hand she holds a bottle. 
( I 7199, June 26, 1903; 1 photo. .June 
26, 1903. ) 33623 



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Cooper (Colin Campbell), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sky Bcrapers, Broad street, New York. 
Water color painting on canvas, repre- 
senting a view oi the high buildings 
on Broad St., below Wall et., New 
York Citv. I 1 7100. June 23, 1903; 
1 photo. June 23, 1903. ) 33624 

Fishel, Adler & Schwartz. 
New York, N.Y. 

Lygia. Srene in Roman circus; on the 
gallery in the rear the emperor " Xero" 
is standing, surrounded by many of his 
officers: a black bull is shown to be 
thrown down bv a slave. (I 7169. 
June 24, 1903; 1 photo. June 24, 1903. | 

33625 

Pastorale. Represents idylic scene, an- 
tique style: in rear, the Temple of 
Diana, with reddish roof, is to be seen; 
four naked children are playing before 
the same. (I 7121, June 18, 1903: 1 
photo. June 18, 1903.) 33626 

Yvette: head of a girl, surrounded by 
clouds; the clouds are gray with blu- 

. ish hue; the girl has reddish hair. (1 
7137. June 19, 1903; 1 photo. June 19, 
1903. ) 33627 

Goodrich (B. F. ) company, 
Akron, Ohio. 
After the bath. Bust portrait of a young 
woman with dark hair and eyes, a robe 
seems to be her onlv article of raiment. 
(I 7183, June 24, 1*903; 1 photo. June 
24. 1903.) 33628 

Hvneman (H. X.). Xew 
York, X. Y. 
Reliance wins; a young woman standing 
on deck of a boat, waving a flag on 
which is inscription "Reliance." (I 
7143, June 19, 1903; 1 photo. June 19, 
1903. ) . 33629 

Jones (Mary Bacon), Xew 
York. X. Y. 

Design for a Kipling plate for a child il- 
lustrating the story Kaas hunting. 
Outline is round in form, border of 
monkevs forms outer edge. (I 7101. 
June 15, 1903.) 33630 

Mouglis brothers, outline -is round 

in form, band forms outer edge follow- 
ed bv a lettered inscription. (I 7099. 
June 15, 1903.) 33631 

Rikki-tikki-tavi. Outline is round 

in form, border of birds forms outer 
edge. (I 7100, June 15, 1903.) 33632 

The White seal. Outline is round, 

border of conventional shells. ( 1 7090. 
June 15, 1903.) 33633 

Tiger-tiger. Outline is round, band 

forms outer edge, followed bv a lettered 
inscription. (17097. June ' 15. 1903.) 

33634 

li 



Jones 



New 



Mary Bacon N 
York, X. Y. 

Design for a Kipling plate for a child il- 
lustrating the story Kaas hunting. 
Toomai of the elephants. Outline is 
round, band forms outer edge followed 
by a lettered inscription. (I 7098, June 
15, 1903.) 33635 

1 photo, each June 3, 1903. 

Koenig brothers, Jersev 
City, X. J. 
Washington ornamentum; a perforated 
mat forming the base to which is se- 
cured a print of George Washington 
and of flags, a shield, and a wreath, 
surmounted bv an eagle. (I 7145, 
June 20, 1903; 1 photo. June 20, 1903. ) 

33636 
Kuppenheimer (B.) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Argument (The). Shows two young 
men in a private library, one resting 
against a book case, leaning on his 
right arm, the other young man stand- 
ing to his left. (I 7173, June 24, 1903. ) 

33637 
Before the game. Shows a group of six 
men, three of them seated in the fore- 
ground and three standing at the back. 
(I 7177. June 24, 1903.) 33638 

Fifth ave. In the foreground are two 
young men walking toward each other, 
while directlv behind them are several 
other people.' (I 7176, June 24, 1903. ) 

33639 
, In the drawing room. Detail of a draw- 
ing room interior; two young men in 
evening dress, one seated while the 
other stands close leaning against a 
chair. (1 7175, June 24, 1903. ) 33640 

| On the boulevard. Shows five people, 
four of them being men, two of whom 
are standing on a corner of a boulevard 
pavement, which the other two are 
crossing. (I 7178, June 24, 1903.) 

33641 

Waiting. Shows two young men. one 
sitting on a chair and leaning forward, 
while before him the other young man 
stands with one foot resting on a stool. 
(I 7174, June 24, 1903.) 33642 

1 photo, each June 24, 1903. 

Lathrop (Edward S. ), At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Cotton (The) plant: from the "seed" 
through all its growth to maturity. 
(I 7153, June 22, 1903; 1 photo. June 
22. 1903.) 33643 

Cotton plant growth illustrated. Capsule 
or pod of cotton at opening of flowers. 
(I 7115. June 15. 1903; 1 "photo. June 
15, 1903.) 33644 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Levasseur (Louis Henri), 

Paris, France. 

Sur la plage; the nude figure of a woman, 

resting on the right foot, the right 

hand "supported by a rock. (I 7138. 

June 19, 1903: 1 photo. June 19, 1903. ) 

33645 

Lumsdon (Marv), Washing- 
ton, v. C. 

Bavarian peasant. Head of Bavarian 
peasant, high collar, strong brush 
work. (I 7201, June 26, 1903.) 33646 

Design for Tiffany window. Woman in 
sitting posture with upper portion of 
figure nude, and flowers in her lap. 
(I 7203, June 26, 1903.) 33647 

Study of a head. Dublin beauty. Head 
and shoulders of an Irish woman with 
face in profile. ( I 7202, June 26, 1903. ) 

33648 
1 photo, each June 26, 1903. 

McGill- Warner co., St. Paul, 

Minn. 

Hiawatha's wooing. Shows Minnehaha 

and her father seated in front of tepee. 
(I 7116, June 17, 1903; 1 photo. June 
17, 1903.) 33649 

McGreer (John), Chicago, 111. 
"Hold (A) up;" a group of two figures 
in statuary, one representing a corpu- 
lent man with cigar in mouth, small 
high hat on head. (I 7147, June 20, 
1903.) 33650 

Hooligan kids: a group of statuary of 3 
children, 1 girl, 2 boys, with hats rep- 
resenting tin cans on head. ^1 7146, 
June 20, 1903. ) 33651 

''Leon:" a statuette of Jewish looking 
character of man, corpulent figure with 
small hat, checkered pants, short coat, 
one hand in pocket. (I 7150, June 20, 
L903.) 33652 

Uncle Happy "pinched" again; a statu- 
ary group of three figures, representing 
children: 1 girl, 2 boys with expres- 
sions of anger and sorrow, il 714W, 
June 20, L903.) 33653 

Wooly Wooly; a statue group of negro 
woman holding two aegro babies in 
pouch or basket on her back. (I 714s, 
June 20, 1903.) 33654 

1 photo, each June 20, 1903. 

McLean ( Caroline) , St. Louis, 

Mo. 

Birthplace of Burns; painting represents 

the cottage in which the poet Burns 

was horn: another adjacent thereto. 

'1 7152, June 22, 1903.) 33655 



McLean (Caroline), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Burns; painting is simply a portrait of 
Burns, dressed in clothes of the time 
when he lived. (1 7151, June 22, 1903. ) 

33656 
1 photo, each June 22, 1903. 

Mulford (H. K.) company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Always takes. In the foreground a little 

girl stylishly clothed holding a pail, 

out of which a calf is drinking. (I 

7181, June 24, 1903.) "33657 

Saves more lives. Against a background 
of trees and brushwood is shown a 
■ woman loosely draped and standing 
with outstretched arms which extend 
over two children. (I 7180, June 24, 
1903.) 33658 

1 photo, each June 24, 1903. 

National lead com pan v, New 
York, X. Y. 
Washington as a Mason. Statue 19 inch- 
es high, including base, representing 
George Washington in masonic regalia. 
(I 7184. June 24, 1903; 1 photo. ^June 
24, 1903.) 33659 

Xewall, (David McGeorge), 
Westerly. K. I. 
Memorial tablet of Westerly granite, all 
fine cut bush hammered as per design 
shown in photograph, with carved 
poppy leaves, butterfly, raised panel, 
and raised inscription in front of tablet. 
(I 7141, June 19, 1003; 1 photo. June 
ID, 1903.) 33660 

Ottmann (J. ) Lithographing 
Co., New York', X. Y. 
Her protector. This painting shows two 
children, a boy and girl, the boy is 
dressed as a cook, and is holding the 
girl's right hand against his cheek 
6972, .June 3, 1903; 1 photo. June 3, 
1903.) 33661 

Jolly (A) pair. This painting shows a 
mother with her child on her back, the 
child's arms are around the mother's 
neck. (I 6971, June 3, 1903; 1 photo. 
June 3, 1903. ) 33662 

My pet. Bust figure of a young lady with 
Laughing face, holding upa little kitten 
in her left hand. ( I 6975, June 3, L903; 
1 photo. June 3, 1903.) 33663 

Out for a stroll. Two length figures of 
children, in Bummer costume, each car- 
rying a basket. ( 1 I5D73. June 3. L903; 
1 photo. .lime:*,. 1D03.) 33864 



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Ottmann (J.) Lithographing 
Co., New York, N. Y. 
Posing. This painting shows a little girl 
with curly hair and smiling face, rest- 
ing her head on both hands. 1 1 6970, 
June 3, 1903; 1 photo. June 3, L903.) 

33665 
Singhalese (A). Shows a man d] 
m the costume of the Island of Ceylon; 
he is kneeling, and has both arms 
stretched out. 1 I 7191, June 25, 1903; 
1 photo. June 25, 1 33666 

Throwing a kiss. Young girl with head 
thrown hack, wearing a soft hat; her 
hand is at her mouth in the act of 
throwing a kiss. ( I 6974, June 3, 1903; 

I photo. June 3, 1903.) 33667 

Page (L. C.) & co., Boston. 
Mass. 

Roses. Subject is a spirit — a rose crowned 
female figure with draperies streaming 
out behind and above. (I 7172. June 
23, 1903; 1 photo. June 5, 1903.) 33668 

Plumb (Henrv Grant), New 
York, N. Y. 

Child of the field and the blow ball. 
Child standing at the edge of a field 
with a bunch of daisies & other field 
flowers under one arm: in the other 
hand he is holding up a dandelion seed 
ball. (I 7196, June 25, 1903; 1 photo. 
June 25, 1903.) 33669 

Pvle (Howard), Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

Travels (The 'I of the soul. First of the 
series representing a young woman in 
a green flowered gown with yellow and 
red design. (I 7192, June 25, 1903. | 

33670 

Fourth represents a tall figure clad 

in a long red robe standing on a stone 
lentil with a female figure kneeling and 
looking upward into a sort of doorway. 

I I 719-5, June 25, 1903.) 33671 

Second represents this same female 

in company with a partially nude male 
figure. (I 7193, June 25, 1903. ) 33672 

The third represents a figure in a 

dark brown robe with a crown of 
thorns offering a female figure with the 
wings on her head a goblet to drink. 
(I 7194, June 25, 1903.) 33673 

1 photo, each June 25, 1903. 

Reaugh (Frank) , Oak Cliffs, 

Tex. 
Early summer — Texas; pastel painting of 
a small herd of Texas cattle facing the 
spectator, the leading steer having his 
head up. ' (I 7140, June 19, 1903. ) 

33674 



Reaugh (Frank). Oak Cliffs, 
Tex. 
Watering the herd; a pastel painting rep- 
resenting a herd of Texas cattle at a 
po<>l in the prairie. (I 7139, June 19, 
1903.) 33675 

1 photo, each June 19, 1903. 

Sawyer ( H. M. I & son, Bos- 
ton. Ala—. 
Racing. In the foreground, in an open 
yacht on an angry sea, are seated a 
young man and woman. (I 7H>7. June 
26, 1903; 1 photo. June 26, 1903. | 

33676 

Schauer I Gustave) , Berlin, 
Germany. 

Quiet nook. Represents a young girl 
standing in a wood, with eyes upward, 
rapt in thought; she is standing under 
a tree, and is dressed in a blue white 
gown. (I 7170, June 24, 1903: 1 photo. 
June 24, 1903.) 33677 

Schurmeier (Delia B.), St. 
Paul, Minn. 
Ireland (John), archbishop of the Roman 
catholic church. Statue or medallion 
consists of a circular tablet 4J inches in 
diameter, composed of a composition 
resembling alabaster. (I 7102. June 
15. 1903; 1 photo. June 15, 1903.) 

33678 

Snow (Lillian'), Oakland, 
Cal. 
Colonials. Boy and girl dressed in Colo- 
nial costume holding each other's 
hand and in the act of taking a step 
forward in a dance. ( I 7095, June 15, 
1903; 1 photo. June 15, 1903. ) 33679 

Spielvogel ( Emil ) , Xe w York, 
N. Y. 
Island of Marken (Holland). Showing 
a Dutch canal, a row boat on the right, 
with a woman standing in the boat 
holding a market basket in each arm. 
(17171". June 24, 1903: 1 photo. June 
24, 1903.) 33680 

Tilden (Douglas), Oakland. 
Cal. 
I Stone pedestal with a shield at each cor- 
ner of the base, on which shield are 
eagles with outspreading wings. (I 
7004. June 15. 1903: 1 photo. June 15, 
1903.) 33681 

Walz (John), Savannah. Ga. 
Tomb 1 A ) with angel of peace; the angel 
of peace placing the olive branch, em- 
blem of peace, on the altar of filial love. 
(I 7142. June 19, 1903; 1 photo. June 
19, 1903) 33682 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Ward (Albert Prentiss), 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Springtime. Three voung ladies grouped 
about a lamb. (I 7200, June 26, 1903; 
1 photo. June 26, 1903. ) 33683 

Wattles (Waldo M.), Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 
Earling. Monument, with a plain ham- 
mered base, a die polished on front and 
back, with edges and top hammered. 
(I 7133, June 17, 1903. ) 33684 

Leeds. Monument, with plain ham- 
mered base, a die polished on front and 
back, with ends and top hammered. 
(I 7134, June 17, 1903. ) 33685 



Wattles (Waldo M.), Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 
Perkins. Monument, consisting of a 
hammered base, with a plain wash — a 
sub-base also hammered ; a die, polished 
on the front and back, with the ends 
and top hammered. (I 7132, June 17, 
1903.) 33686 

1 photo, each June 11, 1903. 



Number of Fine arts entries since Jan. 1, 1903 1.844 



138 



INDEX TO No. 627 

This index contain.- ii. one alphabet, in addition to the names of copyright proprietors, the names 
also of the authors of Books proper and Dramatic compositions: the titles of Dramatic compositions; 
and the titles of anonymous Books proper. Following each name is printed the class heading under 
which the full title will be found. 



Abhedananda {Swdmi). See Books: Ve- 

danta philosophy. 
Adams (J.) See Dramatic comp. : Our 

daily bread. 
Adams (M. W.) See Books: Calendar. 
Adams, Reed & co. See Periodicals: 

Citator. 
Advance pub. co. See Periodicals: Ad- 
vance. 
Adventures of Tom Thumb. See Books. 
Ainslee magazine co. See Periodicals: 

Ainslee's. 
Aladdin. See Books. 
Alden (I. McD.) Pansy. See Books. 
Aldrich (E.) See Books: Self mastery. 
Ali Baba. See Books. 
Amer. advance music co. See Musical 

comp. 
Amer. Baptist pub. soci. See Books: 

Ford (S. H.) Baptist way marks. 
Amer. bonding co. of Baltimore. See 

Books: Man who gained wisdom. 
Amer. eccl. rev. See Periodicals: 
Dolphin. 
Eccl. rev. 
Amer. echo pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Amer. echo. 
Amer. economic assn. See Books : Bushee 

(F. A. ) Ethnic factors. 
Amer. field pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Amer. Held. 
Amer. litho. co. See Fine arts. 
Amer. lumberman co. See Periodicals: 

Amer. lumberman. 
Amer. med. pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Amer. medicine. 
Amer. mother co. ^Periodicals: Amer. 

mother. 
Amer. muto. & biograph co. See Photo- 
graphs. • 
Amer. newspr. syn. See Periodicals: 

Wash'n mirror. 
Amer. phy. educ. assn. See Periodicals: 

Amer. phy. educ. rev. 
Amer. radiator co. See Books: Ideal 

return flue portable steel boilers. 
American sports pub. co. See Books: 

Paret (J. P. ) How to play lawn tennis. 
Amer. tel. jour. co. See Books: Abbott 

(A. V.) Elec. measurements. 

See also Periodicals: Amer. tel. jour. 



See 



Americana company. See Books: 

Beach ( Frederick C. ) 
America's dramatic corres. school. See 
Books. 

See Photographs. 
See Books: Phil. 



See Books: Hist, of 



Anderson (0. P.) 
Anderson pub. co. 

trolley cars. 
Anthony (S. B. ) 
woman suffrage. 
Apostleship of prayer. See Periodicals: 

Calendar of mo. intentions. 
Appleton (D. ) and co. See Books: 

Edgar ( W. C. ) Story of a grain of 

wheat. 
Universal cycl. & atlas. 
Arkell co. See Photographs. 
Armitage (B.) See Books: Instructions. 
Army & navy pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Army and nav. reg. 
Art interchange co. See Chromos, etc. 
Asotin & Whitman counties direct. See 

Books. 
Asphalt & gravel ready roofing. See 

Books. 
Asphalt roofing co. See Books: Asphalt 

& gravel ready roofing. 
Audet music co. See Musical comp. 
Audit co. of X. Y. See Books: Direct. 

of directors in the city of Chicago. 
Austin (A.) See Books: Flodden Field. 
Authors pub. co. See Books: 

Blackburn (K.) Passion in a prison. 
Ferguson (E. H.) At eleven. 
Fowler (L. V.) Her miniature. 
Gidley (W. S.) Two letters. 
Hanson (I. W. ) One man's wav. 
Hartley (C. A.) Lost formula. " 
Lee (E.) Her sacrifice. 
Linden (M. M. ) Tulip man. 
Sire (E. ) How John won Jenny. 
Somebody's sister. 
Vere (P.) Story of a picture. 
West ( E. ) Point of view. 
Badger (R.G.) See Books: Fiske (I. H.) 

Field of folk. 
Baker & Taylor co. See Books: Going 

( E. M. ) With the wild flowers. 
Baker, Grant counties tel. direct. See 

Books. 
Baker. Voorhis & co. See Books: New 
York (State). Legislature. Amend- 
ments. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Balmer & Weber music house co. See 

Musical comp. 
Banker's pub. co. See Periodicals: Bank- 
er's mag. 
Banks & co. See Books: 

N. Y. (State). Legislature. Code of 
criminal procedure. 

Penal code of the State of N. Y. 

Statutory revision of the laws 

of N. Y. affecting banks. 

Statutory revision of the laws 

of New York affecting insurance 
companies. 

Tax law of 1896 of the State of 

N. Y. 
Banks law pub. co. See Books: Porto 
Rico. Office of the attorney-general. 



Opinions of 

Porto Rico. 
Bard, H. D. 

coll. mag. 
Bardeen (C. W. ) 



the 



attorney-general of 
Periodicals: Emer. 
See Books: Weeks 



(A. D. ) Control of pupils. 
Barker (A.) See Books: Most scientific 

physical culture. 
Barnes-Crosby co. See Fine arts. 
Baron Munchausen. See Dramatic comp. 
Barrie (G. ) & son. See Engravings, etc. 
Bashford (H.) See Books:' 
Beyond the gates of care. 
Wolves of the sea. 
Bates (A.) See Books: The drama. 
Bauer bros. music co. See Musical comp. 
Baugh & sons co. See Books: Animal 

bone fertilizers. 
Baumbach i R.) Tales from wonderland. 

See Books. 
Beach (F. C.) See Books: Encyclopedia 

Americana. 
Bell (J. J.) Ethel. See Books. 
Bender (M.) See Books: New York 

(State). Legislature. Tax law of the 

Stat,- of N. Y. 

Seeateo Periodicals: Amer. bankruptcy 
repts. 
Benefits under accident policies. See 

Books. 
Bennett (1). S.) See Periodicals: Lace 

maker. 
Benziger bros. See Periodicals: Benzi- 

ger's mag. 

W. T.) See Periodical.- Off. ry. 

guide of Chicago. 
Berler i X. i See Musical comp. 
Biddle (A.J. D.) See Books: Sommer- 

villei.M.) Joliffe. 
Biglow and Main co. See Musical comp. 
Biles (J. W.)co. See Periodicals: Biles' 

whisky price list. 
Billings (J. s.i See Books: Physiolog- 
ical aspects of the liquor problem. 
Birdsall I K. X. ) See Musical com]). 
Black diamond co. See Periodicals: Bl'k 

diamond. 
Blackpub. CO. See Periodicals: Dryg'ds 

guide. 



Blodgett (H. A.) /See Maps: Minneapolis 
and St. Paul. 

Bloom (S.) See Musical comp. 

Boas (E. L. ), gen. mgr. See Books: Sum- 
mer cruises. 

Bolles (C. E.) See Photographs. 

Bonneville (L. de). See Books: Foa(E. 
R.-G. ) Petit Robinson de Paris. 

Boosey & co. See Musical comp. 

Bostock (F. C. ) See Fine arts. 

Boston book co. See Periodicals: Green 
bag. 

Boston crank. See Dramatic comp. 

Bosworth ct co. See Musical comp. 

Bo wen (J. H. j See Musical comp. 

Boyce (W. D.) company, Chicago, 111. 
See Books: 
Casson (H. X.) Curious power of 

organization. 
Clark ( E. E. ) says Equitable division. 
Wright (C. D. ) says Employer. 
See also Engravings, etc. 

Boyd (G. M. ) See Books : Boyd' s direct, 
of Harrisburg. 

Boyd (H. L. ) See Photographs. 

Boyd's direct, of Harrisburg & Steelton. 
See Books. 

Bovnton (IT. A.) /See Photographs. 

Bradford (J. B.) See Books: Bradford's 
N. Y. dry goods direct. 

Bradford's N. Y. dry goods direct. See 
Books. 

Bradstreet co. See Periodicals: Brad- 
street's quarto. 

Brainard's (S. ) sons co. See Periodicals: 
Brainard's musical. 

Braun, Clement & cie. See Fine arts. 

Breitkopf & Hartel. See Musical comp. 

Brewster (G. T. ) See Fine arts. 

Bridgman (E. C. ) See Maps: New York. 

Bridgman (J. C.) See Books: Happen- 
ings in our home. 

Brief treatise on patents. See Books. 

Brochner(J.) Danish life. See Books. 

Brock(W.HL) See Periodicals: Healthy 
home (|uar. 

Brookline 1903 direct. See Books. 

Brooklyn daily eagle. See Books: Childe 
<('.)' New York. 

Brooklyn engineers' club. See Books: 
Proceedings. 

Brooklyn life pub CO. See Periodicals: 
Brooklyn life. 

Brown (A.R. ) Truth & a woman. See 
Books. 

Brown (C. M.) See Books: Cotton tail. 

Brown school of corres. See Books: Sec- 
ond grade normal course, no. 3. 

Browne I G. W.) Little Snap the post hoy. 
See Books. 

Browning, King & co. See Periodicals: 
Browning's mag. 

Brunell, Fr. II. .See Periodicals: Daily 
rac. form. 

Bulletin. See Books. 



INDEX TO NO. 627 



III 



Bulletin co. Set Periodicals: Even, bul- 
letin. 

Burlington city direct. See Books. 

Buniz i E. B.) ' See Books: Pure phonics. 

Burrell (D. J.) See Books: wireless 
messages. 

Burroughs (G.) & De Blois (G. L.) Set 
Books: Prices. 

Burton (E. De W.) Principles and 
ideals. Set Books. 

Burwell (Elliot X.) See Maps: Lake 
Wiunipesaukee, X. H. 

Bushee (F. A.) Ethnic factors. See 
Books. 

Bushnell (H.) Nature & the supernat- 
ural. See Books. 

Bushnell (M. A.) See Books: Bushnell 
(H. ) Nature & the supernatural. 

Butterick pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Butterick fash. 
Delineator. 
Espejo. 

Buyers' ref. co. See Periodicals: Buyers' 
ref. 

Byrnes (J. F. ) See Photographs. 

Caland(E.) Artistic piano-playing. See 
Books. 

Caldwell (H. W.) Great Amer. legisla- 
tors. See Books. 

Callanan, (L. J.) See Periodicals: Calla- 
nan's mo. 

Camillo. See Dramatic comp. 

Campbell, Metzgar & Jacobson. See 
Chromos and lithos. 

Cardinal primer. See Books. 

Carpenter ( F. G. ) See Books: 
Czar's right hand. 
Russian army. 

Carus (P.) Surd of metaphysics. See 
Books. 

Cary £ co. See Musical comp. 

Caterer pub. co. See Periodicals : Caterer. 

Catholic news pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Cath. news. 

Central music pub. co. See Musical comp. 

Century co. See Periodicals: Century 
mag. 

Chafee (R. E.) See Photographs. 

Chambers (I. M.) See Books: Chambers 
(I. 31.) Modern devil, his play be- 
tween the false and the good. 

Channing (E. ) 1st lessons in U. S. hist. 
See Books. 

Channing (W. E.) Discourses on war. 
See Books. 

Chapin (B. E.) See Periodicals: Py. 
employee. 

Chappell & co. See Musical comp. 

Charlton (J.) See Fine arts. 

Chattanooga medicine co. See Fine arts. 

Chautauqua press. See Periodicals: 
Chautauquan. 

Cheever (H. A.) See Books: 
Lord Dolphin. 
Mother Bunny. 



Chicago A: Northwestern Ry. CO. See 
Maps: Northern Wisconsin and .Michi- 
gan. 

Chicago daily news CO. Si e Periodicals: 
Chicago daily news. 

Childe i C.i New York. See Books. 

Choudens. SeeMusical comp. 

Church (J.) co. See Musical comp. 

Churchman co. See Periodicals: Church- 
man. 

Cincinnati milling machine co. See 
Books: Table 

Clark (F.) See Books: 
Fading away. 
Photograph from home. 

Clark ( H. E. A.) Junior endeavor. See 
Books. 

Clark (T. M.) Bldg. superintendence. 
See Books. 

Class jour. co. See Periodicals: Automo- 
bile. 

Coal trade co. See Periodicals: Coal 
trade bull. 

Coates (H. T. ) & co. See Books: Fre- 
mont (A.) Health & strength. 
See also Periodicals: Era. 

Cold storage pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Cold storage. 

Coleman (H.) See Musical comp. 

Coleman (W. M.) Elem. of physiol. 
See Books. 

Coleman co. See Books: Wright (W. L.) 
Art of making cream fondants. 

College of journalism co. See Books: 
Prae. hints for writers. 

Collier (P. F.) & son. See Periodicals: 
Collier's wkly. 

Collin ( G. A. ) See Musical comp. 

Colored pub. co. See Periodicals: Color. 
Amer. mas;. 

Colton (B. P.) See _ Books: Zoology. 

Commercial advertiser ass'n. See Peri- 
odicals: Coram, adv. 

Concordia pub. house. See Books: Just 
(G.) Life of Luther. 

Congregational pub. soc. See Periodicals: 
Congregationalist. 

Continental music company. See Musical 
com]). 

Cook ( T. ) & son. See Periodicals : Cook's 
Amer. trav. 

Cook (W. M.) See Musical comp. 

Cooley (A. W.) Language lessons. See 
Books. 

Cooper [ C. C. ) See Fine arts. 

Cooper ( C. V. ) See Photographs. | 

Cooper (0.) See Books: Hints on draw- 
ing. 

Cornellian board, 1904. See Books: 1904 
Cornellian. 

Cornish (A. B. ) See Photographs. 

Courier co. See Chromos and lithos. 

Coveney (J. I.) See Musical comp. 

Covey (A. D. ) See Books: Secrets of 
specialists. 



IV 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Cowgill (J.) Fortune knocks once. See 

Books. 
Coyney (W.) See Books: World's lone- 
liest mail route. 
Cranz (A.) See Musical comp. 
Craw (G. R. ) See Periodicals: Craw's 

bull. 
Criterion pub. co. See Periodicals: Cri- 
terion. 
Critic co. See Periodicals: Critic. 
Crofut and Knapp co. See Periodicals: 

Hatman. 
Crosby (G. E. ) See Books: Triumph. 
Culter (M. McC.) Girl who kept up. 

See Books. 
Curtis & Cameron. See Photographs. 
Cushman (L. X.) See Periodicals: Fash. 

world. 
Cutler (G.) See Books: Radiopathy. 
Daily story pub. co. See Books: 
Browne (W.) Artists' model. 
Caniield (H. S.) Hotel clerk. 
Eddy (F. M. ) Posthumous lover. 
Hunt (J. W.) At the end of the 
trail. 

Monsieur's account of it. 

Knoeller ( H.) Randolphs of Nevada. 
Marshall (E. S.) Week of play. 
Xeilson (F. ) Woman's war. 
Plummer (J. C. ) Tar's diplomacy. 
Read (().) Jewel's of his mind. 
Shadduck ( M. ) Love that endures. 
Sweet ( F. H. ) Trapper's love story. 
Williams (M. M.) Auto de Fe. 
Dana (H. T.) See Books: Stray poems 

A: early hist. 
Daniels (G. H. ) See Books: 4-track series. 
Da Prato | A. i & co. Sculptors. 
Da\ ids ( T. W. R. ) Buddhist India. X e 

Books. 
Davis (F. A.) co. See Books: Howe 

(W. L.) Treatise. 
Death rate per cent. See Books. 
Delano (O.H.) See Periodicals: Cordage 

tr. jour. 
De la Ram.V i L. ) See Books: Printers' 

pie. 
DeMoll (O.J.)& (,|) - See Musical comp. 
De.\oie(V. ) See Dramatic comp. : Har- 
vest of sin. 
Deslandres (A.) See Musical comp. 
Despatch pub. co. See Chromos and 

lithos. 
Detroit photo, eo. See Engravings, etc. 

See also Photographs. 
Directory of directors. See Hooks. 
Ditson ((). ) co. See Musical comp. 
Dodd, Mead & co. See Periodicals: 
Bibliographer. 
Bookman. 
See also Booksc 

Dwight (T. ) Memories of Yale life. 
International year bk. 
Dodge (H. N.) See Books: Mystery of 
the west, 



See Scudder 



Anglo- 



See 



See Books: Gnadensee. 
& co. See Books: Mont- 
A.) Modern patrician, 
roofing: co. See Books: 



Doings of the Bodlev family 
(H. E.) 
! Dos Passos (J. R.) See Books: 
Saxon century. 

Doubleday, Page & co. See Periodicals: 
Country life in Amer. 
See also Books: Weir (H. W.) Poul- 
try bk. 

Draughon (W. H.) See Books: Rules. 

Dresser (J. M. ) See Periodicals: Crescent. 

Dubbs ( J. H.) Hist, of Franklin & Mar- 
shall college. See Books. 

Button (E. P.) & co. See Books: Ward 
(S. H. ) George H. Hepworth. 
j Dutton (M. J.) See Musical comp. 

Dwight ( T. ) Memories of Yale life. 
Books. 
• Dver (E. 0. ) 

Earle (J. H.) 
gomery (X. 

Eastern granite 
Safe retreat. 

Eddy ( M. B. G. ) See Periodicals: Chris- 
tian science jour, 
i Edgar ( W. C. ) Story of a grain of wheat. 
See Books. 

Edison (T. A.) See Photographs. 
, Editor pub. co. See Books: Vervins 
(A. de). Flamina. 

Edson (J. M.) See Books: 
Heavenly calling. 
Test of genuine repentance. 

Electric city pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Chicago. 

Electricity in mining. See Books. 
j Elite styles co. See Periodicals: Elite 
styles. 

Elverson (J.) See Periodicals: Golden 
days. 

Emerson (E. W.) See Books: Emerson 
(R. W.) Complete works. 

Emerson (R. W.) Complete works. See 
Books. 

Encyclopedia americana. See Books. 

Engineer's soc. See Periodicals: Engi- 
neer's soc. proc. 

Ernst ( K. ) See Dramatic comp. : Rohan. 

Estes (D. ) & co. See Books: 

Cheever (H. A.) Lord Dolphin. 
Mother Bunny. 

Eulenburg ( E.) See Musical comp. 

Evans (V. C. ) See Books: Personal 
reniin. of Greeley. 

Personal remin. of J. G. Bennett. 

Examiner co. See Periodicals: Exam- 
iner. 

Excel! (E. 0.) See Musical comp. 

Expense rate percent oi mean ins. 
Books. 

Fairbank (H. W.) pub. co. See Musical 
comp. 

Fallgatten (J. A.) See Photographs. 

Farm implement news co. See Period- 
icals: Farm impl. news. 

Favor (E. P.) See Musical coin]). 

Fessenden ( L. D. ) " 2002. ' ' See Books. 



See 



INDEX TO NO. (>2: 



Field and fancy pub. co. Sfee Periodicals: 

Field A: fancy. 
Fielding iM. J.) See Dramatic comp. : 
Old oaken bucket. 

Fishel | Adler) & Schwartz. See Fine arts. 
Fisk (M. [.) See Dramatic comp.: Mis' 

Deborah has a visitor. 
Fiske (I. H.) Field of folk. See Books. 
Fitch (C.) See Books: 

Cruise of the training- ship. 
From port to port. 
Strange cruise. 
Flanagan (A.) co. See Books: skinner 

( H. M. ) Storv of the Britons. 
Flattery (M. D.j and Kanrich (M. D.) 

y Musical comp. 
Fling (F.M.) Outline. See Books. 
Flower (S.) See Books: Cowgill (J.) 

Fortune knocks once. 
Foa ( E. R.-G. ) Petit Robinson de Paris. 

See Books. 
Forberg (R.) See Musical comp. 
Ford (S. H.) Baptist waymarks-. See 

Books. 
Foreign story synd. co. See Books: 
Bienailly (P. ) Country marriage. 
Captain's ransom. 
Greville (H.) Hazelnuts. 
Loredan (J. ) Old servant. 
Forest & stream pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Forest & str. 
Forsyth bros., ltd. See Musical comp. 
Foster (W. T.) See Books: Weather 

bulletin. 
Four-track series. See Books. 
Fowler (N. C.) See Books: 
Architect. 
Banker. 
Francis, Day & Hunter. See Musical 

comp. 
Franklin and Marshall college alumni 

ass'n. See Books: Dubbs (J. H. ) Hist. 

of Franklin & Marshall college. 
Frazier (C. R.) See Books: Logan (D.) 

Hawaii. 
Fremont (A.) Health & strength. See 

Books. 
Fuller (F.M.) ^Periodicals: Advance 

reps. 
Funk & Wagnalls co. See Periodicals: 

Homiletic rev. 

See also Books: 
Jacobs (J.) As others saw him. 
Gallison & Hobron co. See Periodicals: 

American hatter. 
Gambrill (J. M.) See Books: Leading 

events of Md. hist. 
Gardening co. See Periodicals: Gard- 
ening. 
Gardner (G. M.) See Photographs. 
Gazette pub. co. See Periodicals: Diet- 
etic gaz. 
General elec. co. See Books: 
Bulletin. 
Instructions. 



Gerhardl (F.) See Books: Scholz (J.) 

Sailor's log. 
Gilbert & Bacon. See Photographs. 
Gilbert (J. 11. ) and Sullivan (E.) See 

Books: Pract. lessons in algebra. 
Gilder (R. W.) See Books: New day. 
Gilmour (H. L. ) See Musical comp.' 
Ginn and co. See Books: Montgomery 

(D. H.) Leading facts of French hist. 
Globe newspaper co. See Periodicals: 

Bost. Daily globe. 
See also Books: Stanyan (F. H.) 

Dive into philosophy. 
s also Maps: Globe trolley map. 
Going (E. M.) With the wild flowers. 

See Books. 
Goodrich (B. F. ) co. See Fine arts. 
Gordon (H. S. ) See Musical comp. 
Gore (J. H.) See Books: Holland. 
Gould (E.L.) Rose of Hollv Court, See 

Books. 
Goussett (J. B.) See Books: Williams- 
town direct. 
Graham (A. J. ) & co. See Books: Course 

of 12 lessons. 
Graham (G. D.) See Musical comp. 
Grand Rapids furn. co. See Periodicals: 

Gr. Rapids furn. record. 
Grand union tea co. See Periodicals: 

Gr. union her. 
Greenough (W. A.) & co. See Books: 

Brookline direct, 
Gregg (D. ) Individual praver. See 

Books. 
Gregory (W. R.) co. See Periodicals: 

Baker's review. 
Grit pub. co. See Engravings, etc. 

See also Photographs. 
Guide of Intern, massage movement cure 

inst. See Books. 
Gummersbach (J.) See Books: 

Madden (W. J.) Discourses on 

priesthood. 
Olivier ( M. J. ) Friendships of Jesus. 
Schwickerath (R.) Jesuit education. 
Wasmann (E.) Instinct & intelli- 
gence. 
Gutman (F. 0.) See Periodicals: F. 0. 

Y. jour. 
Hall-Mack co. See Musical comp. 
Hallam (J. R.) See Books: Women. 
Hamburg-American line. 5 summer 

cruises. See Books. 
Hamen (E. X.) See Books: How to 

sharpen a razor. 
Hammon (L. W.) See Photographs. 
Harper (W. W.) See Books: Andorra 

nurseries. 
Harper & bros. See Books: 
Bell (J. J.) Ethel. 
De la Ramee (L. ) Printers' pie. 

See also Dramatic comp. : Mis' Deborah 
has a visitor. 

See also Periodicals: 
Harper's bazar. 



VI 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Harper & bros. — Continued. 
Harper's mo. mag-. 
Harp. wklv. 
Harris (V. F. ) See Books: Tillie. 
Hart (A. B.) See Books: 

Handbk. of the hist. dip. & gov. of 

the U. S. 
Romance of the civil war. 
Hart (P. W.) See Books: Jason, Nova 

Scotia. 
Harvard grad. ass'n. See Periodicals: 

Harvard grad. mag. 
Harvard univ. See Books: Hart (A. B.) 
Handbk. of the hist., diplomacv & 
govt, of U. S. 
Harvest of sin. 
Hay ward (E. 

mothers. 

Health pub. co. 

Hearst (W. R.) 

Bierce (A.) 

Blouet (P.) 



See Dramatic comp. 
F.) See Books: The 



See Periodicals: Health. 

See Books: 

Melancholy author. 

Englishman's wife. 
- How to live. 

In defence of homeliness. 

Women and their correspond- 
ence. 
Care of the bathinggirl's hair. 
Conway (J. J.) Frenchmen. 
Dale (A.) Four French actresses. 
De morales. 

Dill (J. ■>. ) Problem of success. 
Dix (D. ) How the little lambs. 

Studies in nat. hist. 

Things that please men. 

When economy. 

Wife who tried. 

Every composer. 
Examiner patterns. 

Foxy Grandpa's Mother Goose. 

From Post, to Washington. 

Fun and good health. 

Gregory (T. B.) Humanity's for- 
ward march. 

His heart melted. 

Horrors of French auto-tragedy. 

1 low little Julia praved. 

How Mrs. Somers' $1000. 

1 lusband and a million. 

Is this " the limit." 

Logan i Mrs. .!. A. ) Future of Amer. 
women. 

What is your capital. 

Monroe ill.) In the hospital. 

Model. 

Next bride. 

New fashions in bathing suits. 

No hats. 

Nothing funnier. 

Poking fun. 

Saltua I E. ) Episode in Servia. 

Plots while you wait. 

Recent slump in Wall at. 

Serviss (G.P.) ( ilairvoyant's vision. 
Mind reading. 

Oni- overcrowded book shelves. 

Radio activity. 



Hearst (W. R.)— Continued. 

Serviss (G. P. ) Recession of a great 
century. 

Science for young folks. 

Snap shots at N. Y. 

Thrice a bridesmaid. 

Why thev hated Queen Drasa. 

Wilcox (*E. W.) All of success. 

Little ironies. 

Love much. 

Uproot the weeds. 

Women who play cards. 

What physical exercise will do. 
What to do. 
See also Periodicals: 
Amer. home jour. 
Amer. worn, home jour. 
Bost. Amer. 
Clev. Amer. 
Clev. jour. 
See also Engravings, etc. 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. See Musical 

comp. 
Hendrickson (H.) See Photographs. 
Henrotin (F. ) See Books: Democracy of 

ed. in med. 
Hen ry ( G. W . ) Shouting. See Books. 
Hesse envelope co. See Engravings, etc. 
Hewlett (M.) See Books: Queen's quair. 
Hichens (R.) See Books: Broken en- 
gagements. 
Higgens (C. W. ) 

ers' mag. 
Mines (W. W. 



See Periodicals: Golf- 
Mike Don- 



See Books: 

nelly's celebration. 
Hints pub. co. See Periodicals: Hints. 
Hirsch fashion co. See Engravings, etc. 
Hirt (C. J.) See Engravings, etc. 
I [istory of woman suffrage. See Books. 
Hitchcock (F. M.) See Books: Table of 

mean effective pressures, 
llot'er (W. L. ) See Musical comp. 
Hoffman (A. S. ) & Burkhart (A.) See 

Dramatic comp. : Baron Munchausen. 
Holland-America line. See Books: Gore 

(J. H.) Holland. 
Hollenbaeh ( W. F. ) See Books: Nassau 

herald of the class of 1903 of Princeton 

univ. 
Holmes (0. F. ) See Photographs. 
Holmes ((). W.) Grandmother's story. 

S( e Books. 
Holt (H.) & co. See. Books: Shakespeare 

( W. ) Merchant of Venice. 
1 Ionic (X: farm pub. co. See Periodicals: 

I Iome & farm. 
Home monthly co. See Periodicals: 

Home mo. 
Homosum co. See Books: Redfern (C. 

H. ) Lord's prayer. 
Hooper (L. L.) See Books: Washington 

school for boys, Washington, D. C. 

Year bk. 
Hooper (W. P.) See Periodicals: Hoop- 
er's ser. 



INDEX TO NO. 621 



VH 



Houghton, Mifflin & co. Set Books: 
Cooley (A. W.) Language lessons 

from lit. 
King(R.) Ohio. 
Holmes (0. W.) Grandmother's 

story of Bunker Hill battle. 
Massachusetts. Suprerm judicial 
court. Repts. 

>'. i also Periodicals: Atlantic mo. 
House and garden. Sec Maps: New 

York. 
How to play lawn tennis. See Paret (J. 

P.) 
How to sharpen a razor. See Books. 
Howard (Gr. E.) See Periodicals: Fra- 

ther. 
Howe ( \Y. L. ) Treatise. See Books. 
Hubert (P. G.) Merchant's nat. bank. 

See Books. 
Hudson (D. E. ) See Periodicals: Ave 

Maria. 
Hughes (F. P.) See Musical comp. 
Husted (F. M. ) See Books: San Jose 

city direct. 
Hyne (C. ) See Books: Alabama hermit. 
Hyneman (H. X.) See Fine arts. 
Ideal return flue portable steel boilers. 

Si e Books. 
Indicator chart. See Books. 
Ingersoll (E. P.) See Periodicals: 

Horseless age. 
Inland printer co. See Engravings, etc. 
Instructions for using Armitage's textile 

calculator. See Books. 
Insurance direct. & bus. chart. See 

Books. 
Intern, com. Y. M. C. A. See Period- 
icals: Ass'n boys. 
International massage & movement cure 

inst. See Books: 
Guide. 

Standard chart. 
Intern, textbook co. See Periodicals: 

I. C. S. messenger. 

See also Books: 
Logarithms. 
Retail advertising. 

See also Engravings, etc. 
International union. See Books: Chan- 

ning ( \Y. E. ) Discourses on war. 
International year bk. See Books. 
Irwin (P.) See Dramatic comp.: Man- 
ager's baby. 
Jack and Jill. See Dramatic comp. 
Jack & the bean-stalk. See Books. 
Jacobs (J.) As others saw him. See 

Books. 
Jamieson (K. E.) See Books: Dickie 

Dawdle-so. 
Jamieson-Higgins co. See Books: Fes- 

senden (L.'D.) 2002. 
Jenkins (W. R.) See Books: Theuriet 

(C. A. A.) Mariage de Gerard. 
Jennings & Pye. See Books: Kemble 

(D. ) Higher realism. 
Johnson (A. J. ) See Musical comp. 

1278—03 6 



Johnson (C. W.) See Books: Cardinal 
primer. 

Jones I M. B.) See Fine arts. 

Judd (O. ) co. See Periodicals: Ainer. 
agric. 

.1 ust i G. ) Lite of Luther. See Books. 

Justice. See Dramatic comp. 

Kahut (C. F. ) nachfolger. See Musical 
comp. 

Kean (0. H.) See Chromos and lithos. 

Keigwin (A. E. ) See Books: Bethlehem. 

Kelso (H. A.), jr. See Musical comp. 

Kemble (D.) Higher realism. See- 
Book*. 

Kennel diseases. See Perry (J. F. ) 

Keystone badge co. See Photographs. 

Kidder (E. E. ) See Dramatic comp. : Off 
for Europe. 

King (R. ) Ohio. See Books. 

Kirkpatrick (W. J.) See Musical comp. 

Kling (P. M. ) See Books: Gentleman 
from X. Y. 

Klock (H. R. S.) See Musical comp. 

Klopsch (L.) See Books: Talmage (F. 
De W. ) Summer red-lights. 
See also Periodicals: Christian herald. 

Koenig bros. See Fine arts. 

Kuppenheimer (B. ) & co. See Fine arts. 

Landeker & Brown. See Engravings, etc. 

Lane's list. See Periodicals: Golden 
mom. 

Lange (F. C. ) See Books: Industrial 
crisis. 

La Luz drainage & trans, tunnel co. See 
Books. 

Larned (C. H.) See Books: Circle 
squared. 

Larway (J. H.) See Musical comp. 

Lathrop (E. S. ) See Fine arts. 

Lauterbach & Kuhn. See Musical comp. 

Lawyer's pub co. See Periodicals: Gen. 
digest. 

Lazzari & Barton. See Books: Mauso- 
leums. 

Leavenworth (F. H. ) pub. co. See Books: 
Indicator chart. 

Leek (S. X.) See Photographs. 

Lee & Shepard. See Books: 

Culter ( M. McC. ) Girl who kept up. 
Stratemeyer (E. ) Joe the surveyor. 

Lefevre (E. ) See Books: Man who won. 

Lehnerts (E. M. ) See Periodicals: Jour. 
j of geog. 

| Leidt (M.) See Musical comp. 
i Lent (B. F. ) See Books: Sones of Cor- 
nell. 

Leslie (Mrs. C. E.) See Musical comp. 

Levasseur (L. H.) See Fine arts. 

•Lewis (C. B.) See Books: 
Bowser's busy bees. 
Bowser's discovery. 
Brother Gardner. 
Der German cobbler. 
Finding the magnet. 
Powder wagon. 



VIII 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Lewis (C. B.) — Continued. 
Q. Hope Jones. 
Uncle Eli's fables. 
Library pub. co. ^Periodicals: Book- 
lovers mag. 
Life pub. co. See Engravings, etc. 
Linthicum (W. D. ) ^Photographs. 
Lippincott (J. B.) co. See Periodicals: 

Annl. of surgery. 
List of subscribers. See Books. 
Little, Brown & co. See Books: Perry 

(J. F. ) Kennel diseases. 
Littlejohn (E. G.) Texas. See Books. 
Livingston (C. A.) See Books: Path of 

the soul. 
Livy. pseud. See Livingston (C. A.) 
Llamarada. See Books. 
Lloyd's reg. of Amer. yachts. See Books. 
Lloyd's reg. of shipping. See Books: 

Lloyd's register of Amer. yachts. 
Logan ( D. ) Hawaii. See Books. 
Logarithms. See Books. 
Loomis (C. H.) See Musical comp. 
Lorimer (G. C.) Master of millions. 

See Books. 
Lothrop pub. co. See Books: Alden (I. 

M. Mara. 
Lourev (G. W.) co. See Periodicals: 

Clothier. 
Lovell (A. ) & co. See Books: Baumbach 

(R. I Tales from Wonderland. 
Lumsdon (M.) See Fine arts. 
Lutheran pub. soc. See Books: Stine 

(M. H.) Baron Btiegel. 
Lynch i G. ) Fighting chance. /SfeeBooks. 
Lyon (A. E.) See Engravings, etc. 
Lyon (J. B.) See Books: N. Y. {State). 
Court* of record. Off. ed. law repts. & 
session laws. 
McCann (J. E. ) See Dramatic comp.: 

Boston crank. 
McCardell (0. C.) See Books: Reform 

in the jungle. 
McClellan (J. H.) See Books: Ins. 

direct. 
McClure (Mrs. A. L. ) See Musical comp. 
McClure (S. S.) co. See Books: Willard 
(J. F.) & Walton (F.) On sentence 
day. 
McClure (T. C. ) See Books: 

Bailey (T. ) Brasilia's garden. 
Boelsche (W.) Man's last enemy. 
Brezina (S.) Easy exercises. 
Bridges (J.) Girl I left behind me. 
Cummins (H. ().) When a caddie 

intervened. 
Dangerfield (C. ) How michau. 
Du Bois (T.) On the way to Belle- 
garde. 
Forrester (I. L.) Prisoner of free- 
dom. 
Le Queux (W.) Seven secrets. 
Maniates (B. ) Dick's promoter. 
Paschal ( L. C. ) Without sentiment. 
Preston (B.) Under the car. 



McClure (T. C.)— Continued. 

Richardson (A. S.) In the storm's 

voice. 
Talmadge (D. H.) Ezra Brigg's 

revenge. 
Wig- Wag's fate. 
See also Engravings, etc. 
McClure, Phillips & co. See Books: Wil- 
lard ( J. F. ) & Walton (F. ) Great idea. 
Macfadden ( B. ) See Periodicals : Beauty 

and health. 
McGill- Warner co. See Fine arts. 
McGimsey (R, H.) See Books: System 

and diagrams. 
McGreer (J. ) See Fine arts. 
Mcintosh (B. ) See Periodicals: Burr 

Mcintosh mo. 
McLean . ( C. ) See Fine arts. 
McLoughlin bros. See Books: 
Adventures of Tom Thumb. 
Aladdin. 
Ali Baba. 

Jack and the bean stalk. 
Stories. 
McManus (B. F.) &ee Photographs. 
Macmillan Co. See Books: 

Ohanning (E. ) 1st lessons in U. S. 

hist. 
Clark (T. M. ) Building superin- 
tendence. 
Coleman (W. M.) Elem. of physiol. 
Hart (A. B. ) Romance of the civil 

war. 
Littlejohn (E. G.) Texas. 
Marvin (W. T. ) Introduction to 

systematic phil. 
Mever (B. H.) Ry. legislation in 

the U. S. 
Royce (J.) Outlines of psychology. 
Madden (W.J.) Discourses. See Books. 
Mahlendorff (P.) See Musical comp. 
Mail & express co. See Periodicals: Mail 

& ex. mag. 
Man who gained wisdom. See Books. 
Manager's baby. See Dramatic comp. 
Mann (C. E. ) See Books: Manual. 
Manual of policies. See Books. 
Marchand (R. A.) See Dramatic comp. 

Justice. 
Marsh (R. S.) ^Periodicals: 
Dew meet, topics. 
Epworth leag. topics. 
Martin (G. M.) See Books: Warwick- 
shire lad. 
Marvin (W.T.) Introduction. See Books. 
Mason (P.) co. ^Periodicals: Youths' 

comp. 
Mass. Supreme judicial court. Repts. See 

Books. 
Master car builders' ass'n. Car builders' 

diet. See Books. 
Material men's mercantile ass'n, ltd. S^ i 
Books: Association's bk. 






INDEX TO NO. (127 



IX 



Matthews (J. X. ) co. See Maps: 
Arkansas. 
X. Y. city. 

Maxwell (VY.) music co. 8ie< Musical 
comp. 

Meekina (L. R.) See Books: Terrapin 
stew. 

Merchant of Venice. See Shakespeare 
(W.) 

Merchants' nat. hank. See Books: Hu- 
bert (P. G.) Merchants' nat. bank. 

Metcalf (E. J. F. ) See Books: Claims of 
Emanuel Swedenborg. 

Metropolitan church assn. See Books: 
Henry (G. AV.) Shouting. 

Meyer (B. H.) Ry. legislation in U. S. 
Si e Books. 

Miller (D. L. ) &co. /S'eeMaps: Harrison 
and Kearny. 

Miller (J.H.)U. S. See Books: 

Caldwell (H. W.) Great Amer. 

legislators. 
Fling (F. M.) Outline. 

Mis' Deborah has a visitor. See Dra- 
matic comp. 

Mitchell (J. A.) See Books: Improved 
artificial stone posts. 

Montgomery (D. H. ) Leading facts. See 
Books. 

Montgomery (F. T.) Billy Whiskers' 
kids. See Books. 

Montgomery (N. A.) Mod. patrician. 
See Books. 

Mooney (M. S.) See Books: Composi- 
tion. 

Morehouse (W. R.) See Books: Mystica 
Algooat. 

Morse-Broughton co. See Periodicals: 
Art de la mode. 

Mulford (H. K.) co. See Fine arts. 

Munn & co. See Periodicals: 
Amer. cientifica. 
Scien. Amer. 

Munro (N. L. ) See Periodicals: 
Golden hours. 
X. Y. fam. story paper. 

Munsey (F. A.) co. See Periodicals : 
Argosy. 
Bos. sun. jour. 

Munson steamer line. See Periodicals: 
Cuban bull. 

Myers (E. R.) See Books: Perpetual 
cal. 

Myers (TV. H.) See Musical comp. 

Nassau herald of class of 1903 of Prince- 
ton univ. See Books. 

National iron & steel pub. co. See Peri- 
odicals: Amer. manuf. 

National lead co. See Fine arts. 

National Society D. A. R. See Period- 
icals: Amer. mo. mag. 

Neal (H. V.) and Kanrich (A. M.) See 
Musical comp. 

Nelson (T. ) & sons. See Books: New 
concordance of the Amer. revised Bible. 



Nelson (W. T. ) See Dramatic comp.: 
Ten nights in a bar-room. 

New concordance. See Books. 

New Eng. ry. pub. co. See Periodicals: 
A. B. ('.' pathfinder. 
Baby pathfinder. 

New Eng. tel. & tel. co. See Books: 
List of subscribers. 

New London direct. See Books. 

N. Y. (State) courts of record. See Books: 
Off. ed. law repts. & session laws. 

N. Y. (State) legislature. See Books: 
Amendments. 

Code of criminal procedure. 
Penal code. 
Statutory revision. 
Tax law'. 

N. Y. eve. post co. See Periodicals: 
Evening post. 

N. Y. herald co. See Books: I wonder 
where that hoy. 

N Y. tel. co. See Books: Tel. direct. 

N. Y. times. See Books: 

Balfour has postponed crisis. 
Chamberlain's plan. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. See Periodi- 
cals: Abendblatt. 

Newall (D. McG.) See Fine arts. 

Nineteen hundred and four Cornellian 
board. See Cornellian board, 1904. 

Nineteen hundred & four Llamarada 
board of editors. See Books: Llama- 
rada. vol. 9. 

Novello & co., ltd. See Musical comp. 

Off for Europe. See Dramatic comp. 

Oil insulated self cooling transformers. 
See Books. 

Old oaken bucket. See Dramatic comp. 

Ollivier (M. J.) Friendships of Jesus. 
See Books. 

Open court pub. co. See Books: Cams 
(P. ) Surd of metaphysics. 

Opie (Mrs. W. H.) See Musical comp. 

Orange Judd co. See Periodicals: Amer. 
agric. 

Ottmann (J.) litho. co. See Fine arts. 

Our daily bread. See Dramatic comp. 

Pacific states tel. & tel. co. See Books: 
Asotin & Whitman counties direct. 
Baker, Grant counties tel. direct. 

Page (L. C. ) & co. See Fine arts. 

Palace gold & copper co. See Books. 

Palmer co. 'See Periodicals: Education. 

Pansy, pseud. See Alden (I. McD.) 

Paragon mo. co. See Periodicals: Para- 
gon mo. 

Paret (J. P.) How r to play lawn tennis. 
See Books. 

Partee (Mr. & Mrs. C. L. ) See Musical 
comp. 

Pastef (A. H.) See. Periodicals: Fate. 

Path of the soul. See Livingston (C. A. ) 

Paul (A. C.) See Books: Law of trade 
■marks. 

Pearson pub. co. See Books: Sutcliffe 
(H.) King & queen of smugglers. 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Penn. pub. co. See Books: Gould (E. L. ) 

Rose of Holly court. 
People's nat. hist. See Books. 
Pepper (G. W. ) Digest of decisions. See 

Books. 
Pepper (J. W.) See Musical cornp. 
Perkins (J. L. ) & co. See Periodicals: 

Hot solder. 
Perry (J. F.) Kennel diseases. See 

Books. 
Phelps pub. co. See Periodicals: Farm 

and home. 
Phila. trolley cars. See Books. 
Phillips, W. H. See Periodicals: Berk- 
shire hills. 
Play actress. See Dramatic comp. 
Pleasant parlor entertainment. See Books. 
Plumb (H. G.) See Fine arts. 
Poole ( C. P. ) See Books : Electric wiring. 
Portage co., Ohio, pocket bus. direct. See 

Books. 
Porto Rico. Opinions. See Books. 
Practical hints for writers. See Books. 
Prairie farmer pub. co. See Books: Cozy 

corner library. 
Presser (T. ) See Musical comp. 
Price & Lee co. See Books: New London 

direct. 
Pritchard (C. E. ) See Musical comp. 
Professor. See Dramatic comp. 
Providence direct. & R. I. bus. direct, 

See Books. 
Pulitzer pub. co. See Books: 
Hartville. 
Innocent. 
Youngs to sue. 
Purdy (J. E. ) /^Photographs. 
Putnam's (G. P.) sons. See Books: 
Brochner (J.) Danish life. 
Davids (T. W. R.) Buddhist India. 
Pyle (H.) See Fine arts. 
Radiopathy. See Books, 
Rahter (D!) See Musical comp. 
Railroad gazette. S-e Books: Master car 

builders' ass'n. Car builders' diet. 
Ramacharaka. Hindoo-yogi science of 

breath. See Books. 
Rathom (J. R. ) See Books: Our Italian 

colony. 
Rau (W. H.) See Photographs. 
Reaugh (F. ) See Fine arts. 
Red polled cattle club of Amer. See 

Books: Red polled herd book. 
Red polled herd bk. See Books. 
Redfern (C. IT.) Lord's prayer. See 

Books. 
Reed (C. E. ) See Photographs. 
Resolutions adopted by the council of the 

city of Chicago. See Books. 
Retail advertising instr. paper. See Books. 
Revell (Fleming H. ) co. See Books: 

Gregg, D. ) Individual prayer. 
Lorimer (G. C. ) Master of millions. 



Review pub. & prtg. co. See Periodicals: 

Amer. exch. and rev. 
Review pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Carpet and uphol. rev. 
Furniture tra. rev. 
Reynolds & co. See Musical comp. 
Richards (J. G.) co. See Musical comp. 
Richards pub. co. See Periodicals: Brown 

book. 
Richtmyer (L. P.) See Musical comp. 
Ricordi (G. ) and C. See Musical comp. 
Ridgeway-Thayer co. See Periodicals: 

Everybody's mag. 
Riley (J. D. ) See Books: Resolutions. 
Ripley (F. H.) and Tapper (T.) See 

Books: Harmonic 2nd reader. 
Roberts (G. I.) & bro. See Periodicals: 

Ens:, list. 
Roberts (W. K.) See Books: Divinity 

and man. 
Robinson (B.) See Books: Arteria 

uterina ovarica. 
Robinson (C. M.) See Books: Modern 

civic art. 
Robson (A. W.) See Books: Facts of 

interest. 
Roche (J. T.) See Books: Obligation of 

hearing mass on Sundays. 
Rohan. See Dramatic comp. 
Rohlring sons music co. See Musical 

comp. 
Roodhouse (B. J.) & Moore (D. P.) See 

Books: Brief treatise. 
Royal pattern co. See Periodicals: Cos- 
tume royal. 
Royce (J.) Outlines of psychol. See 

Books. 
Rules for playing the game of exchange. 

See Books. 
Russell (A. P.) See Books: Library 

notes. 
Russell ( R. H. ) See Books: 
Ade (G.) Modern fables. 
Le Gallienne ( R. ) Literary letter. 
Morev (G. K.) Confederate flag. 
Roberts (C. G. D. ) Word from out- 
doors. 
Ruggles (E. L.) See Books: When that 

old chair. 
Saalfield (R. A.) See Books: Fenni- 

more (R. ) Bible stories. 
Saalfield pub. co. See Books: Montgom- 
ery (F. T.) Billy Whiskers' kids. 
Safe retreat. See Books. 
St. Clair ( Victor) pseud. See Browne (G. 

W.) 
St. Louis art neg. co. See Photographs. 
Sampson-Hodges co. See Books: 

Hyde (H. M.) Old man Hogan. 
Riser (S. E. ) Oracle. 
Sampson. Murdock & co. See Books: 

Providence direct. & R. I. bu. direct. 
San Jose city direct. See Books. 



INDEX TO NO. 627 



XI 



Sanborn (A. II.) See Photographs. 
Sanborn map co. See Maps: 

Apalachicola, Fla. 

Brewton, Ala. 

Bristol. Pa. 

Bristol, R. I. 

Dothan, Ala. 

Eastman, Ga. 

Farmington, Me. 

Highland Falls, N. Y. 

Le Roy, N. Y. 

Milford, Mass. 

Mnmford, N. Y. 

North Berwick, Me. 

North Platte, Nebr. 

Phillips, Me. 

Pulaski. Ya. 

Pleasanton, Cal. 

Roanoke, Ya. 

Salem, Ya. 

San Luis Obispo, Cal. 

Scottsville, N. Y. 

Sebastopol, Cal. 

Spearfish, S. Dak. 

Stoneham, Mass. 

Tennille, Ga. 
Sawyer (H. M.) & son. See Fine arts. 
Sawyer-Man elec. co. See Books: Lamps. 
Sayer (A. M.) See Musical comp. 
Scarborough co. See Maps: 

Connecticut. 

Scotland. 

United (The) States and its new pos- 
sessions. 
Schauer (G.) See Fine arts. 
Schmitt (E. L.) See Dramatic comp.: 

Play-actress. 
Schneidewind (H. B. ) See Books: Fitz- 

John Porter. 
Scholz (J.) Sailor's log. See Books. 
Schroeder (J. A.) See Musical comp. 
Schuberth (F. ),jr. See Musical comp. 
Schurmeier (D. B. ) See Fine arts. 
Schwetger (H.) See Musical comp. 
Schwickerath(R. ) Jesuit ed. See Books. 
Scott stamp & coin co., ltd. See Books: 

Nat. stamp album. 
Scudder (G. 0.) See Books: Scudder 
(H. E. ) Doings of the Bodley family. 
Scudder (H. E.) Doings of the Bodley 

fain. See Books. 
Seattle bus. direct. See Books. 
Seymour (B. F.), jr. See Books: Savings 

accts. 
Shakespeare (W. ) Merchant of Yenice. 

See Books. 
Shelton (W. H. 
Jack and Jill. 
Shepard (F. ) co. See Books: Supplement. 
Shepard (T. G.) See Books: Yale melo- 
dies. 
Sherman, Clay & co. See Musical comp. 
Shibley (G. H.) See Books: Majority 
rule. 



See Dramatic comp.: 



Short storv pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Black cat. 
Simmons (De L. M.) See Musical comp. 
Simonds (W. N. ) aSW' Musical comp. 
Skinner (H. M.) Story of the Britons. 

See Books. 
Smart set pub. co. See Books: Lynch 

(G. ) Fighting chance. 
Smith (D.) See Books: Smith (W. H.) 

Political hist, of slavery. 
Smith (H.) See Books: America's dra- 
matic corres. school. 
Smith (J. M.) See Musical comp. 
Smith ( W. A. ) See Books: His Pseudoic 

majesty. 
Smith (W. H . ) Political hist, of slavery. 

See Books. 
Smyth (W. S.) See Periodicals: Kan. 

City jeweler. 
Snow (L, ) See Fine arts. 
Sommerville (M. ) Joliffe. See Books. 
Songs of Cornell. See Books. 
Southwell (G.) See Musical comp. 
Spectator co. See Books: 

Benefits under accident policies. 
Death rate per cent. 
Expense rate per cent. 
Manual. 

1903 premium rates. 
Spielvogel ( E. ) See Fine arts. 
Sporck ( G. ) See Musical comp. 
Standard casualty tables. See Books. 
Standard chart of scientific massage & 

Swedish movements. See Books. 
Standard fash. co. See Periodicals: De- 
signer. 
Standard pub. co. See Books: Casualty 

tables. 
Stark (G.) ,&?« Photographs. 
Static protection for alternating current 

circuits. See Books. 
Stedman (E. C.) See Books: Yictorian 

poets. 
Steele (C. T.) See Books: Music. 
Stern (J. W.) & co. See Musical comp. 
Sterret (R. M.) See Dramatic comp.: 

Camillo. 
Stevenson (E. S.) See Books: Caland 

(F. E. ) Artistic piano playing. 
Stine (M. H.) Baron Stiegel. See Books: 
Stone (H. S. ) & co. See Books: Brown 

(A. R.) Truth & a woman. 
Stone (H. S.) See Periodicals: House 

beautiful. 
Stories from the Bible. See Books. 
Stradley (Le R. ) See Books : Seattle bus. 

direct. 
Stratemeyer (E. ) Joe the surveyor. See 

Books. 
Strauss mfg. co. See Books: Kan-u-katch. 
Street & Smith. &<?e Periodicals : Boys of 

Amer. 



XII 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Street & Smith. See Books: 

Browne (G. W.) Little Snap the 

postal boy. 
Fitch (C.) Cruise of the training 

ship. 
— - From port to port. 

Strange cruise. 

Strickrott (J. F. ) See Photographs. 
Strowbridge litho. co. See Chromos and 

lithographs. 
Stuyvesant co. ^Periodicals: Town & 

country. 
Sullivan '(J. B. ) See Periodicals: Book 

of month. 
Sun prtg. & pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Evening sun. 
Swift (F. R. ) See Books: Florida fancies. 
Table of divisions. See Books. 
Tallman (M. C. ) See Musical comp. 
Telephone direct, of the X. Y.*tel. co. 

See Books. 
Ten nights in a bar-room. See Dramatic 

comp. 
Theuriet (C. A. A. ) Mariage de Gerard. 

See Books. 
Thomann (O. C. ) See Musical comp. 
Thomas (A. F. ) See Dramatic comp.: 

Troubles at twenty. 
Thompson (C. W.) & co. . See Musical 

comp. 
Thorp (W.) See Books: Lord Lands- 
do wne's see-saw. 
Tiemann (H. N.) See Photographs. 
Tilden ( D. ) See Fine arts. 
Tilghman (A. L. ) See Musical com]). 
Toiinan job print. See Books: Water 

color labels. 
Tolinan's water color labels. See Books. 
Tower (A. J.) See Books: Tower's wa- 
terproof. 
Troubles at twenty. See Dramatic comp. 
Trust t n m »k & credit co. See Books: Credit 

ref. A: trust bk. for Omaha. 
Tuck ( R. ) A: sons co. See Engravings, etc. 

Tugman (A. B.) See Books: Tugman's 
index. 

Tuav | W. F.) See Musical comp. 

Uhlman mfg. co. See Engravings, etc. 

Underwood & Underwood. See Photo- 
graphs. 

United boc. of Christian Endeavor. See 
Books: Clark (II. E. A.) Junior En- 
deavor. 

I . S. litho. co. See Chromos and lithos. 

U. S. vest-pocket direct, co. See Books: 
Portage co., Ohio, pocket bus. direct. 

Universal cycl. & atlas. See Books. 

I'niversitv of Chicago. See Books: Bur- 
ton ( E.* De W. ) Principles & ideals. 
See also Periodicals: Botanical-gaz. 

University soc. Se< Books: People's nat. 
hist. 

Unterbrink (J. R.) See Books: Book- 
keeping owl. 



Van de Venter (J. W.) See Musical 
comp. 

Van Zandt (J. G. ) See Musical comp. 

Vaughan (J. D. ) See Musical comp. 

Vervins (A. de). Flanima. See Books. 

Viskniskki (G. T.) See Books: Where 
& when flat dwellers. 

Vodery (W. H.), Riley (W. A.) and 
Mastin (J. F. ) See Musical comp. 

Waite (L. P.) & co. See Books: Burling- 
ton city direct. 

Waldo-Fairchild co. See Periodicals : Chi- 
cago apparel gaz. 

Walker (F. A.) See Photographs. 

Walsh (J. H.) See Books: New primary 
arith. 

Walz (J.) See Fine arts. 

Ward (A. P. ) Sec Fine arts. 

Ward (S. H.) George H. Hepworth. 
See Books. 

Warebros. See Periodicals: Carriage mo. 

Warner (E. B.) See Books: 
Staines (B.) Mac Turk. 
Man who talks. 

Warren (W. M.) ^Periodicals: Bulle- 
tin of pharm. 

Washington school for boys. See Books. 

Wasmann (E. ) Instinct & intelligence. 
See Books. 

Watson (W. G. ) & co. See Books: Pleas- 
ant parlor entertainment. 

Wattles (W. M. ) See Fine arts. 

Weed (C. M.) and Dearborn (N.) See 
Books: Birds in their relations to man. 

Weeks (A. D.) Control of pupils. See- 
Books. 

Weir (H. W.) Poultry bk. See Books. 

Wells (R.J.) See Dramatic comp. : Pro- 
fessor. 
Welsh (R.) digest c^c law pub. co. See 
Books: Pepper (G. W.) Digest of de- 
cisions. 
Werner (W.) See Books: 

At the note of danger. 

Going of Mary Ellen. 

Hannibal. 

In disguise. 

Jim's mother. 

Marjorie's indecision. 

Miss Hall's identity. 

Saving her life. 

Sudden surrender. 

Told in the twilight. 

Turning of the tide. 
West pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Atlantic reporter. 

Fed. reporter. 
Westinghouseelec. &mfg. co. See Books: 

Elec. in mining. 

Oil insulated self cooling transformers. 

Static protection. 

Whitcher (A. W.) See Photographs. 



INDEX TO NO. 627 



XIII 



See Periodicals: Agric. 
Se< Books: Beneath the 



See Books: Instalment. 
See Hooks: LaLuz drain- 



White (F. B. ) co. 

adv. 

White (T.J.) 
Miss, skies. 

Whitman co. 

Wiley (J. M.) 
age co. 

Williams (J.), ltd. See Musical comp. 

Williamstown direct. See Books. 

Willy (J.) See Periodicals: Hotel mon. 

Wilson (E. S.) See Books: One of Mich- 
igan's stories. 

Witmark (M. ) & sons. See Musical comp. 

Wolcott (G. C.) See Books: Rochester 
co-op. home co. 



Wright (W. L.) See Books: Art of mak- 
ing & casting cream fondants. 
Yogi pub. soc. See Books: Bamachi 



Hindu-yogi science of 
news co. See Periodicals: 



araka (Y. 

breath. 
Yonkers cath 

Home jour. 
Young (R. Y.) See Photographs. 
Zimmermanri (J. H. ) See Musical comp. 

1903 premium rates. See Books. 

1901 Cornellian Board. See Cornellian 
Board, 1904. 

1904 Llamarada Board. See Books: 
Llamarada. 







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Maps and Charts 157 

Volume 35 

Periodicals 159 

Volume 36 

Mustcal Compositions 185 



Volume 37 

Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 

Chromos and Lithographs 

Photographs 

Fine Arts 

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To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copyright bv W. D. Bovce companv, Chicago, 111. Class A, XXc, 
no. 62610. June 24. 1903; 2 copies received June 24, 1903." 



Abbot ( Willis J. ) The Servian murders. 

33687 
W. D. Boyce companv, Chicago, 111. 
A 62610, June 24, 1903:" 2 c. June 24, 
1903. 

Ade (George). Modern fables; the mod- 
ern fable of the honest effort to go the 
distance and then the melancholy 
fluke. 33688 

Kobert Howard Russell, New York, 
N. Y. A 61316, June 6. 1903: 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. 

Allen, Mrs. Mary (Wood) Child-confi- 
dence rewarded . . . Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Wood-Allen publishing com- 
pany [1903] 5 p. L, 13-47 p. inch 
port. 17 cm. (Teaching truth series) 
3—14945 33689 

M. W. Allen, Ann Arbor, Mich. A 
60061, May 19, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Are they married or are they not. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, June 28, 
1903. 33690 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62996, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Arnold, Thomas. The life of Hannibal; 
with an introduction and notes by 
Henry Ketcham . . . New York, 
A. L. Burt company [1903] 293 p. 
front., plates. 19£ cm. 
3—14711 33691 

A. L. Burt company, New York, 
N. Y. A 62695, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903. 



As Cupid willed. 

June 27, 1903. 

AY. Werner 

June 17, 1903; 



In Chicago daily news, 
33692 
Chicago, 111. A 62143, 
2 c. June 29, 1903. 



Banks, Nancy Huston. Round Anvil 
Rock; a romance . . . New York, 
London, The Macmillan company, 1903. 
xi, 356 p. front., 5 pi. 20 cm. 
3—14863 33693 

Macmillan company, New York, 
N. Y. A 61991, June" 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 

Barker (Anthony). The best wrestling 
for self-defense. 33694 

Anthony Barker, New York, N. Y. 
A 62362, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903. 

Barnes, Annie M[aria] The little lady 
of the fort . . . illustrated by Helene 
Wood. Philadelphia, The Penn pub- 
lishing company, 1903. 377 p. front., 
plates. 19 cm. 
3—14860 33695 

Penn publishing company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 61997, June 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 

Barnes, C[amilus] M[ilo] Sweet har- 
monies ; a new song book of gospel songs 
for use in revivals and all religious gath- 
erings, Sundav-schools, etc. . . . Eu- 
reka Springs/Ark., C. M. Barnes, 1903. 
1 p. 1., [1], 10, [346] p. front, (port.) 
20£ cm. 
3—14933 33696 

C. M. Barnes, Eureka Springs, Ark. 
A 61761, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 
1903. 



Barnum (Gertrude) 
for women. 



141 



Privileges or rights 
33697 

W. D. Boyce companv, Chicago, 111. 
A 62613, June 24, 1903 ; 2 c. June 24, 
1903. 

743 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Bickford, Faith. Daddy Joe's fiddle, il- 
lustrated by Edith Francis Foster. 
Boston, D. Estes & company [1903] 3 j 
p. 1., 11-104 p. front., 5 pL 19 cm. 
3—14984 33698 

Dana Estes & co., Boston, Mass. A 
60764, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Bierce (Ambrose). The cudmudgeon 

philosopher and what ails him. 33699 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

63047, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 

1903. 

The domestic heat escape. 33700 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62735, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 
1903. 

The problem of success for old men, 

ascamposium. 33701 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
62817, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903. 

The birthe of Hercules. The birthe of 
Hercules; with an introduction on the 
influence of Plautus on the dramatic 
literature of England in the sixteenth 
century, by Malcolm William Wallace 
. . . Chicago, Scott, Foresman & 
company, 1903. 183 p. 241 cm. 
3—15001 33702 

Scott, Foresman & co., New York, ! 
N. Y. A 61604, June 11, 1903; 2 c. 
June 11, 1903. 

Blanchard, Rufus. Documentary his- 
tory of the cession of Louisiana to the 
United States till it became an Ameri- 
can province; with an appendix . . . 
Chicago, R. Blanchard, 1903. 68, [3] 
p. incl. front., illus., ports, fold. map. 
2.").', cni. 

3— 149S1 33703 

R. Blanchard, Chicago, 111. A 61350, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Blouet (Paul). The art of making one's 
self unhappy, by Max O'Rell. 33704 
\Y. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62698, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, ' 
1903. 

John Bull and neighbor, by Max \ 

O'Rell. ' 33705 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 62821, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 
1903. 

Parents should live in harmony. 

33706 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 
A 62554, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 
1903. 



Blouet (Paul) — Continued. 

The women of davs gone by, by 

Max O'Rell. 33707 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. 

A 62820, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 

1903. 

Bothner, George. Scientific wrestling, 
. . . illustrated with photographs es- 
pecially posed for by George Bothner, 
George Fisher . . . and William T. 
Brown . . . New York, R. K. Fox, 
1903. 162 p. incl. front, (port.) illus. 
18£ cm. 

3—14891 33708 

Richard K. Fox, New York, N. Y. 
A 61835, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903. 

Boyd's directory of Burlington county, 
New Jersev, 1903-1904 . . . Phila- 
delphia, C. E. Howe co., 1903. 23 cm. 

33709 
William G. Torchiana, Philadelphia. 
Pa. A 63026, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 
30, 1903. 

Brave & bold, no. 26. 4°. 33710 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
A 60543, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 
1903. 

[Bridgman, William E.] "Seeing Den- 
ver" . . . [Denver, Col., Press of 
the Smith-Brooks printing co.] 1903. 
67 p. illus. 23x21 cm. 33711 

American sight-seeing car & coach 
company, Denver, Col. A 61655, Mav 
19, 1903'; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Brown, A [lien] Percv. Subject notes 
. . . Merced, Gal., The "Sun" 
pros [1908] 10 p. 1., 49 p. fold. tab. 
VSl cm. 33712 

A. P. Brown, Merced, Cal. A 60464, 
May 13, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Browne, Frank J. Graded school arith- 
metic, book 1; an elementary text for 
use in public and private schools, from 
the first to the fifth year, inclusive . . . 
San Francisco, The Whitaker & Ray 
company (incorporated) 1903. 220 p. 
diagrs. 19 cm. 

3-14938 33713 

Whitaker & Ray co., San Francism. 
Cal. A 61382, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

Brown's directory of American gas com- 
panies . . . [1903] Comp. and cor- 
rected by E. C. Brown . . . New 
York, Pressof "Progressive age," 1903. 
26 cm. 33714 

E. C. Brown, New York, \. Y. A 
59589, Mav 14, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 



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HOOKS 



745 



Buell, Augustus C. sir William John- 
son . . . New York, 1>. Appleton 
and company, 1903, vii,281p. trout.. 
plates, ports., map. MU cm. {Half- 
title: Appletons' historic Lives scries) 
3—14982 33715 

D. Appleton & no., New York, X. Y. 
A 61533, June 10, 190:5; 2c. JunelS, 1903. 

Buettner, T.. & company. Designs for 
Hardanger (Norwegian) embroidery. 
Chicago, T. Buettner & company [1903] 

rover-title, 10 1. illus. 22cm. 33716 
T. Buettner & eo., Chicago, 111. A 

59990, Apr. 27, 1903; 2c. June 17, 1903. 

Buffalo Bill stories, no. 110. 4°. 33717 

Street & Smith, New Y'ork, N. Y. A 

61052, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 111. 33718 

Street & Smith, New York, X. Y. A 
61497, June 9, 1903: 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Bulletin no. 4330, June, 1903. 4 pp. 4°. 

33719 
General electric company, Schenec- 
tady, X. Y. A 63043, June 30, 1903; 2 
c. June 30, 1903. 

Butler, Alford A[ugustus] How to study 
the life of Christ; a handbook for 
Sunday-schoolteachers, and other Bible 
students . . . 2d ed. Xew York, 
T. Whittaker [1901] 175 p. front, 
(map.)- 19i cm. 

3—13573 33720 

Thomas Whittaker, Xew York, N. Y. 

A 60494, May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

Caden, Arthur Brooke. An imaginary 

story. Chicago, 1903. 239 p. 18^ cm. 

3—14847 33721 

A. B. Caden, Chicago, 111. A 59532, 

May 13, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Calmerton, (jail. W heeler's graded 
readers; a second reader by Gail Cal- 
merton and W. H. Wheeler. Chi- 
cago, W. H. Wheeler & company [1903] 
illus. 20 x 16 cm. " 33722 

William H. Wheeler, Chicago. 111. 
A 56843, Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Canfield (Harriet G. ) By the hand of a 

child. 33723 

T. C. McClure, Xew York, X. Y. A 

62805, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Casson (Herbert X'.) The passing of a 

coal baron. 33724 

W. T), Boyce company, Chicago, 111. 

A 62615, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Castellane {Marquis de). Studies of the 

fair sex. 33725 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

63004, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 



Castellane (Marquis de) — Continued. 

When she rides and wheels and 

autos. 33726 

W. K. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
62633, June 25. 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Castle (Agnes and Egerton). The little 

lover. In Collier's weekly, June 27, 

1903. 33727 

Egerton, London, England. A 62230. 

June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Chauncv-hall school, Boston. Seventv- 
fifth annual catalogue . . . 1902-1903. 
Boston, Press of D. Clapp & son, 1903. 
front. 19 cm. 38728 

Taylor, Hagar & Kurt. Boston, Mass. 
A 62285, June 19, 1903;' 2 c. June 19, 
1903. 

i Cheney, Mrs. Ednah D[ow (Littlehale)] 
The'child of the tide. Boston, Lee 
and Shepard [<1902] 212 p. front., 
plates. 19 cm. [American boys' 
series, 86] 

3—14848 33729 

E. D. Cheney, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

In renewal for 14 years from Xov. 6, 

1902. A 37383, Jufv 11, 1903; 2 c. June 
13, 1903. 

Chicago. The School of illustration. 
Practical lessons in illustration; let- 
tering. Chicago, The School of illus- 
tration, <-'1901. illus. 23 cm. 33730 

Erank Holme, Chicago, 111. A 11468, 
June 17, 1901; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

I Chose death rather than reveal wife's 

secret to the jury. 33731 

Pulitzer publishing company, St. 

Louis, Mo. A 62417, June 22, 1903; 2 

c. June 22, 1903. 

[Church, William Conant] 1836 — comi^. 
Retirements in the military services 
of the United States, 1903-1946 . . . 
Xew York, Army and navy journal, 

1903. cover-title', 110 p. 20 cm. 

33732 

W. C. & F. P. Church, Xew Y^ork. 
X. Y. A 60180, May 13, 1903; 2 c. May 
22, 1903. 

I Cincinnati. Superior court. Reports of 
cases . . . from 1858 to 1873 . . . rev. 
and annotated to date. Ohio decisions 
series. This volume is to be cited as 
13 Ohio decisions reprint . . . Xor- 
walk. O., The Laning co., 1902. 25 cm. 

33733 

Laning company, Xorwalk, 0. A 

30195. Apr. 3, 1902; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 



143 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Conyngton, Thomas. A manual of cor- 
porate management, containing forms, 
directions and information for the use 
of lawyers and corporation officials . . . 
New York, The Ronald press, 1903. 
xiv, 15-331 p. 24 cm. 
3—14950 33734 

Ronald press, New York, N. Y. A 
58115, Apr. 23, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

Cook, E[dward] T[yas] Introductions ; 
to the library edition of the works of j 
John Ruskin ... v. 3. New York, ' 
Longmans, Green & co. ; London, G. 
Allen, 1903. 24 cm. 33735 

C. J. Mills, New York, N. Y. A 
62551, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. ; 

Criss cross in a game of love that is puz- 
zling Mrs. Astor's 600. In American 
magazine supplement, Xew York Amer- 
ican and journal, June 28, 1903. 33736 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62998, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. : 

Crooker, Joseph Henry. Religious free- 
dom in American education . . . 
Boston, American Unitarian associa- 
tion, 1903. ix p., 11., 216 p. 20J cm. 
3—14972 3~3737 

Contents. — The secular state.— Religious 
neutrality in education. — The Bible and the 
public schools.— The religious motive and 
higher education.— Religion in denomina- 
tional institutions.— Normal schools and agri- 
cultural colleges.— The state universities.— 
Some interesting experiments.— Conclusions i 
and recommendations. 

American Unitarian association, Bos- i 
ton, Mass. A 60521, May 26, 1903; 2 

C. June 17, 1903. 

Curiosities. Aug., 1903. 33738 

George Newnes, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. A 62631, June 25, 1903: 2 e. 
June 25, 1903. 

Curious new art photography. In Amer- 
ican magazine supplement, New York 
American and Journal, June 28, 1903. 

33739 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 

62989, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Danziger, A[braham] Lincoln. How to 

burn . . . Boston. 1903. 32 ]>. illns. 

19£cm. 33740 

A. L. Danziger, Boston. Mass. A 

61170, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Daughters of the American revolution. 
Ritual of the Daughters of the Ameri- 
can revolution, prepared by Mrs. Em- 
ma Wait Avery . . . Boston, Mass., 
The Fort Hill press, 8. Lsher [1903] 
24 p. 20 cm. 

3—14255 33741 

Emma Wait Avery, St. Albans, Vt. 

A 53244, Feb. Hi, 1903; 2c. June3, 1903. 



I 
144 



Dexter, Franklin Bowditch. Biographi- 
cal sketches of the graduates of Yale 
college ... v. 3. May, 1763-Julv. 
1778 . . . New York," H. Holt and 
company, 1903. 27 cm. 33742 

F. B. Dexter, New Haven, Conn. A 
59437, May 12, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

D'Hennin (A.) The obstacle. 33743 
Foreign story svndicate companv, 
Burlington, Yt. A 62794. June 27, 
1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Diamond Dick jr. no. 349. 33744 

Street & Smith, New Y^ork, N.Y. A 

61050, June 3, 1903: 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 350. 33745 

Street & Smith, New York. X. Y. A 
61498, June 9, 1903; 2c. June 26, 1903. 

Distinguished American visitors in Paris 
learning the new science of automobil- 
ing from Fournier. In American mag- 
azine supplement, Xew Y'ork Ameri- 
can and Journal, June 28, 1903. 33746 
W. R. Hearst. New York, X. Y. Y 
62993. June 29, 1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Dix (Dorothy). The foolish goat who 

confessed. ' 33747 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 

62816, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

How the bear broke into society. 

33748 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York, X. Y. A 

62688, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Studies in natural history. 33749 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
62983, June 29, 1903; 2c. June 29, 1903. 

Why children are unpopular. 

33750 

W. R. Hearst. Xew York. X. Y. A 

62734, June 26, 1903; 2 e. June 26, 1903. 

[Engberg, Martin J.] Svensk-amerikan- 
ska honsboken . . . Chicago, The 
Engberg-Holmberg pub. co., 1903. 
17<t j). illus. 17£cna. 33751 

Engberg-Holmberg publishing co., 
Ctticago, 111. A 60357, May 25, 1903; 
2 c. May 25, 1903. 

The Federation directory of club speak- 
ers and entertainers. 4th ed., 1903 
. . . Helen A. Whittier, editor . . . 
Lowell, Mass., H. A. Whittier. 1903. 
illns. (incl. ports.) 22 cm. 33752 
Helen A. Whittier, Lowell, Mass. A 
59359, May 11, 1903; 2 c. May 21, 1903. 

Fennimore (Robert). Bible stories for 

little folks. Jacob and Laban. 33753 

Richard A. Saal field. Xew York. 

X. Y. A 62800, June 27. 1903: 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 



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HOOKS 



747 



Fielding (Howard 
vader. 



The British in- 



33754 

Charles W. Hooke, United states. 
A 62796, June 27,1903; 2 c.June 27,1903. 

Fisher, Annie L. The city of Sweet Con- 
tent . . . [Boston, Smith £ Porter 
press, 1908] cover-title, 7, [1] p. 18* 
cm. 33755 
A. L. Fisher, Cambridge, Mass. A 
61695, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Fitzgerald's Trenton and Mercer County 
directory, together with a business di- 
rectory of Morrisville, Pa. . . . (1903) 
Trenton, N. J., T. F. Fitzgerald, 1903. 
fold. map. 23 cm. 33756 

Thomas F. Fitzgerald. Trenton, 
N. J. A 58715, May 2, 1903; 2 c. June 
16, 1903. 

Flemer, William. Plans for pleasant 
home surroundings . . . [Harris- 

burg, Pa., J. H. McFarland co., horti- 
cultural printers, 1903] cover-title, 32 
p. vigil.. 5 views and 3 plans on 4 1. 
20 cm. 33757 

W. Flemer, Springfield, X. J. A 
61150, May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Fowler (Herman Hansen). Sounding 
the message of the kingdom. In Signs 
of the times, California, May 6, 1903. 

33758 

H. H. Fowler, Oakland, Cal. A 

55391, Mar. 16, 1903: 2 c. May 12, 1903. 

Foxy Grandpa's Mother Goose. Old 
King Cole. In American magazine 
supplement, New York American and 
journal, June 28, 1903. 33759 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62999, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Frank Reade, no. 34. 33760 

Frank Tousev, New York, X. Y. A 

61307, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

no. 35. 33761 

Frank Tousey. Xew York, X. Y. A 

61308, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

no. 36. 33762 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61309, June 6, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Gabbert, A. Paul. Gabbert's original 

poetry, pt. 2 . . . Quincy, 111., The 

Author, 1903. 19* cm. 33763 

August P. Gabbert, Quincv, 111. A 

61489, May 29, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

George (Henry), jr., says, Inequality 
brings beggars and lions into the pal- 
aces of the kings. 33764 
W. D. Bovce company, Chicago, 111. 
A 62612, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 
1903. 



Gillett, [Elizabeth (Pay)] "Mrs. II. W. 
Gillett," 1855— La conversation ac- 
quiseparl'c'tudedu verbe . . . New- 
port, R. I. [1903] cover-title, 32 p. 
K>.} cm. 33765 

Mrs. Ilenrv Webster Gillett, New- 
port, R. I. A (52107. June 17, 1903; 2 
c. June 17, 1903. 

Gopsill's Atlantic City directory, includ- 
ing Ventnor City, South Atlantic, 
Longport, and Ocean City, for 1903 . . . 
Philadelphia, J. Gopsill's sons, 1903. 
24 cm. 33766 

James Gopsill's sons, Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 60927, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 

Gordon, W[ilmer] I. The new force 

. . . Cleveland, 0., Suggestive new 

thought publishing: co. [1903] [64] p. 

15 cm. 33767 

W. Ingalls Gordon, Cleveland, Ohio. 



A 58782, 
1903. 



Mav 4, 1903; 2 c. June 8. 



Hagen, J[ohn] G[eorge] The Our 
Father analyzed according to the doc- 
trine of St. Thomas Aquinas . . . 
Xew York, Cincinnati [etc.] Benzi- 
ger brothers, 1903. 32 p. 18 cm. 

33768 
Benzigerbros., Xew York, X. Y. A 
58619, May 1, 1903; 2 c. May 1, 1903. 

Harrison, [Constance ((^ary)] "Mrs. 
Burton Harrison." The unwelcome 
Mrs. Hatch. Xew Y^ork, D. Apple- 
ton & co., 1903. 2 p. 1., 191 p. 19 cm. 
3—14986 33769 

D. Appleton & co., Xew York, N. Y. 
A 61674, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 
1903. 

The hay trade journal year book of hay 
shippers and receivers . . . [1903] 
Canajoharie, X. Y., Hay trade journal 
publishing companv, 1903. 25^ cm. 

" 33770 
^'illis Bullock, Canajoharie, X. Y. 
A. 59441, Mav 12, 1903; 2 c. June 9. 
1903. 

Headley, P[hineas] C[amp] The life of 
the Marquis de Lafayette, major gen- 
eral in the United States army in the 
war of the revolution, with notes by 
Henry Ketcham . . . Xew York, 
A. L. Burt company [1903] iv, iii-vii, 
364 p. front, (port.) plates. 19J cm. 
3—14712 33771 

A. L. Burt companv, Xew York. 
X. Y. A 62725, June 26, 1903: 2 c. 
June 8, 1903. 



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The Heath readers; second reader. 
Boston, New York [etc.] D. C. Heath 
and company [1903] illus. pi. 19£ 
cm. 33772 

D. C. Heath & co., Boston. Mass. 
A 62136, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 
1903. 

Heermans, Josephine Woodbury. Stories 
from the Hebrew. New York, Bos- 
ton [etc.] Silver, Burdett and company 
[1903] 178 p. incl. front., plates. 
19 cm. 
3—14880 33773 

Silver, Burdett & co., Boston, Mass. 
A 57499, Apr.14,1903; 2 c. June 16,1903. 

[Henderson, William T.] ed. A book of 
curious facts of general interest relating 
to almost everything under the sun; 
comp. by Don Lemon; ed. bv Henry 
Williams [pseud.] New York, New 
Amsterdam book company, 1903. 2 
p. 1., 7-340 p. 18 cm. 
3—13804 33774 

New Amsterdam book company, New 
York, N. Y. A 55271, Mar. 16; 1903; 
2 c. Mar. 16, 1903. 

Hoenshel, E[li] J. Hoenshel's advanced 
grammar . . . Austin, Tex., Von 
Boeckmann-Jones co., 1903. 314 p. 
19^ cm. 

3—14828 33775 

Yon Boeckmann-Jones company, 
Austin, Tex. A 60913, June 2, 1903; 
2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Boenshel's language lessons and 

elementary grammar . . . Austin, 
Tex.. Vim Boeckman-Jones co., 1903 
196 p. 19.] cm. 

3—14827 33776 

Von Boeckmann-Jones company, 
Austin, Tex. A 60912, June 2, 1903; 
2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Holmes, Mrs. [Mary Jane (Hawes)] 
What will the world say? . . . Chi- 
cago, Homewood publishing company 
[ c 1902] 1 p. 1.. 9-321 p 19 cm. 
[Abbey series, 372] 
3—14854 

W. B. Conkev company 
111. A 48799, Dec. 22, 1903 
15, 1903. 



33777 

Chicago, 
2 c. June 



— What would you do, love? . . 
Chicago, W. B.Corikey company [1903] 
p. 19 cm. 

33778 

Chicago, 
2 c. June 



36/ 
3—1485 

W. B. Conkey company 
111. A.52936, Feb. 12. 1903 



15, 1903. 



How science will give us strictly fresh 
eggs all the year round. In American 
magazine supplement, New York 
American and journal, June 28, 1903. 

33779 

W. E. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

62997, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

How to keep the hair young. In Ameri- 
can magazine supplement, New York 
American and journal, June 28, 1903. 

33780 

W. E. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

62992, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

i Hudson city, Claverack and Stottville di- 
rectory for 1903 . . . Published an- 
nually by J. H. Lant. Hudson, N. Y., 
Bryan printing co., 1903. fold. map. 
22£ cm. 337 8 i 

J. H. Lant, New York, N. Y. A 
61986, June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

If women should rule the world. In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, June 28, 
1903. 33782 

W. E. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62990, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Illinois. General assembly. All the laws 
of the state of Illinois" passed by the 
forty-third General assembly, convened 
January 7, 1903, adjourned sine die May 
7, 1903; with headnotes and references 
to Hurd's revised statutes of 1901. Bv 
James B. Brad well. [Chicago] Chi- 
cago legal news company, 1903. 2 p. 1., 
9-299 p. 26 cm. 

3—14954 33783 

James B. Bradwell, Chicago, 111. A 

61168, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Illustrated weekly range, 1899 wheat 

1903. chart, 9 by 27 inches. 33784 

Porterfield & co., Chicago, 111. A 

62091, June 12, 1903; 1 c. June 12, 1903; 

1 c. June 17, 1903. 

In the stage box. In Chicago daily news, 
June 30, 1903. 33785 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 62617, 
June 24, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

International correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa. A text-book on show- 
card writing . . . Show-card writing, 
show-card design and ornament, letter 
formation. Scranton, International 
textbook company [1903] vii, 81, 26, 
27, 35, ix-xv p. 'illus., plates (partly 
col.) 23* cm. 

3—1402.", 33786 

International textbook company, 
Scranton. Pa. A 60991, June 3. 1903; 
2c. June:;, 11)03. 



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James boys weekly, no. 130. 4°. 33787 

Frank Tousey, New York. N. Y. A 

61292, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

no. 131. 33788 

Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 
(11293, June 6, 1903; 2 v. June 24, 1903. 

no. 132. 33789 

Frank Tousey, New York, X. Y. A 
01294, June 6, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Jamieson (Kate E.) Dickie Dawdle-so 

at a Fourth of July celebration. 33790 

Kate E. Jamieson. United States. A 

<i2795, June 27,1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Jesse James stories, no. 111. 4°. 33791 

Street & Smith. New York. X. Y. A 

61053, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 112. 33792 

Street & Smith. New Y'ork, X. Y. A 
61499, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Jewett, [Freeborn G.] Jewett's primary 
election law of the state of New York, 
complete with amendments to the end 
of the Legislature of 1903. Including 
the town enrollment act of 1902; with 
annotations, forms, and complete in- 
dex. Albany. X. Y.. M. Bender, 
1903. 2 p. 1., [1], [188]-240 p. 23 cm. 
3—14948 33793 

Matthew Bender, Albany, X. Y. A 
61268, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Kelley, Henry H[arrison] The engi- 
neer's examiner; for the aid of those 
who wish to obtain an engineer's li- 
cense, and a guide for self-examination, 
including exhaustive instructions for 
valye-setting . . . Cleveland, The 

Engineer publishing company, 1903. 
1 p. 1., 160 p. diagrs. 15| cm. 
3—14892 33794 

Engineer publishing company. Cleve- 
land, Ohio. A 6101 1". June 3,' 1903; 2 
c. June 10, 1903. 

Kellogg, Elijah. Wolf Run; or, The boys 
of the wilderness . . . Boston, Lee 
and Shepard [1903] 292 p. inch front. 
plates. 19* cm. (His Forest Glen j 
series [v. 2]) 

3—14988 33795 

Frank G. Kellogg, Melrose. Mass. In 

renewal for 14 years from May 17, 1903. 

A 58514, Apr. 15, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Kennedy (Bart). A tramp in Spain. 10. 
The little republic. 33796 

George Xewnes, ltd., London, Eng- 
land. \ 62632, June 25, 1903: 2 c. 
June 25, 1903. 1 



Le Gallienne (Richard). A literary let- 
ter: illustrated history of English lit- 
erature. 33797 
Robert Howard Russell, New fork, 
N. V. A 61223, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 
27. 1903. 

Lewis (C. B. ) Arizona kicklets, items 

of interest from the wild west. 33798 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

62S10, June 27, 1903; 2 c/June 27, 1903. 

Bowser breaks out. 33799 

C. B. Lewis. Brooklyn, X. Y. A 
62811, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Der German cobbler, he tells how 

he upheld the truth and got left. 

33800 
C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

9 



62809, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Father and son, by M. Quad. 

33801 
C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, X. Y. A 

62807, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Q. Hope Jones, he delivers a lecture 

on Cicero and other folks. 33802 

C. B. Lewis, Brooklyn, N. Y. A 

62808, June 27, 1903; 2 c' June 27, 1903. 

Liberty bovs of "76." no. 129. 4°. 

33803 
Frank Tousev, Xew Y'ork, X. Y. A 

61297, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

no. 130. 33804 

Frank Tousev, Xew York, X. Y. A 

61298, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

no. 131. 33805 

Frank Tousev. Xew- York, X T . Y. A 

61299, June 6, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Lockhart, Arthur John. The papers of 
Pastor Felix. Cincinnati, Jennings 

and Pve; Xew York, Eaton and Mains. 
[1903] 386 p. 20 cm. 
3—14279 33806 

Content*. — Memory and bells. — 'Pheniie; the 
story of a child. — Vernal notes.— The minis- 
ter's Saturday evening: a symposium.— Win- 
ter on the Penobscot.— Our doctor at Grand- 
Pre. — The grace of death.— Wave-songs.— Au- 
tumnal notes. — L' envoy. 

Jennings & Pve, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A 59521, May 13. 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

London news. June 12, 1903. 33807 

Xew York times, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 61724, June 12, 1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

June 19, 1903. 33808 

Xew York times, Xew York. X. Y. 
A 62378, June 20, 1903; 2c. June 22, 1903. 

June 26, 1903. In N. Y. times Sat- 
urday review, June 27, 1903. 33809 
Xew York times, Xew Y^ork, X'. Y. 
A 62818,June27,1903; 2 c.June29,1903. 



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MacArthur, M. H. Photographic views 
of Hopkinton and vicinity, including 
views of Lenox college . . . Hop- 
kinton, la., M. H. MacArthur, 1903. 
1 p. 1., 38 phot, on 5 pi. 16* x 22^ cm. 

33810 

M. H. MacArthur, Hopkinton, Iowa. 

A 61267, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 15,1903. 

MacClintock, William Darnall. Some 
paradoxes of the English romantic 
movement . . . Chicago, the Uni- 
versity of Chicago press, 1903. 19 p. 
28* cm. 
3—15005 33811 

Printed from First series, v. 7 (p. 331-347) of 
the Decennial publications of the University 
of Chicago. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 54681, Mar. 7, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

McCord, Joseph A., comp. McCord's 
complete calculator for interest at six 
percent . . . Atlanta, Ga., McCord 
book company, 1903. [391] p. 32 x 
29 cm. 33812 

McCord book company, Atlanta, Ga. 
A 61237, June 6, 1903; 2 c. Junel8, 1903. 

comp. McCord's complete cotton 

calculator . . . Atlanta, Ga., Mc- 

Cord book company, 1902. 2 p. 1., 
[646] p. 32,} x 29.} cm. 33813 

McCord book company. Atlanta, Ga. 
A (i 1238, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June IS, 1903. 

comp. McCord's cotton seed and 

products calculator . . . For use of 
cottonseed-oil mills . . . Atlanta, 

Ga., McCord book company [1903] 1 
p. 1., [718] p. 32} x 14} cm. 33814 
McCord book company, Atlanta. < ra. 
A 61240, JuneO, 1903; 2 c.June 18, L903. 

<-om/>. McCord's street buyer's edi- 
tion cotton calculator . . . Atlanta, 
Ga., McCord book company [1903] 1 
p. 1., [1)12] p. 3,0} x 15} cm. 33815 
McCord book company, Atlanta, Ga. 
A 61239, June6, 1903; 2 c. June IS, 1903. 

MacDonald (Neil). Independence day 

poem. 3381*6 

Neil MacDonald, United states. A 

627D7, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Machray ( Robert). The mystery of Lin- 
coln's Inn. Pt. 2. pp. 33-60." 12°. 

33817 

George Munro's sons, New York, N.Y. 

A 60129, May 21 , 1903; 2 c. May 22, 1903. 

Major, George Macdonald. The siren of 
the woods [poem] Brooklyn, E. J. 

Chapman, L903. 19, [1] p. 18 cm. 
3—15IIDI 33818 

G. Mad). Major, Brooklyn, N. Y. A 
621(H), June 17. 1903; 2 c. June 17. L903. 



Alan in the street. June 14, 1903. 33819 
New York times company, New York, 
N. Y. A 61723, June 12, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

June 21, 1903. 33820 

New York times company . New York, 
N. Y. A 62377, June 20, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 

June 28, 1903. In N. Y. times mag. 

supplement, June 28, 1903. 33821 

New York times company, New York. 
N. Y. A 62819, June 27, 1903; 2 c. 
June 29, 1903. 

Marshalltown city directory, 1903 . . . 
[v. 8] St. Paul, Minn., Pettibone di- 



rectory co.. 1903. 23^ cm. 



33822 



Pettibone directory company, St. 
Paul, Minn. A 60807", June 1, 1903: 2 
c. June 13, 1903. 

Medicus, Ludwig. A brief introduction 
to qualitative analysis: for use in in- 
struction in chemical laboratories. Tr. 
from the 10th and 11th German ed., 
with additions. By John Marshall 
. . . 5th ed. Philadelphia and Lon- 
don, J. B. Lippincott company, 1903. 
215 p. 24 cm. 

3—14939. 33823 

John Marshall, Philadelphia, Pa. A 

61622, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Merrick (Leonard). Conrad in quest of 

his youth. 33824 

L. Merrick, London, England. A 

62630, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Metzler (Bertha). Our city beautiful. 

4 pp. 16°. 33825 

Bertha Metzler, New York, X. Y. 

A 62871, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 

1903. 

Michie, Thomas Johnson. Municipal 
corporation cases, annotated ... v. 
9. Charlottesville, Va., The Michie 
company, 1903. 23} cm. 33826 

Michie company, Charlottesville, Va. 
A 60298, May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
L903. 

Midnight tragedy of a Missouri home. 

33827 
Pulitzer publishing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. A 62670, June 25, 196:1; 2 c. 
June 25, 1903. 

Milne, William J [ames] Primary arith- 
metic . . . New York, Cincinnati 
[etc.] American book company [1903] 
160 p. illus. 18 cm. 
3—14910 33828 

W. J. Milne, Albany, X. V. A 59805, 
May Hi, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 



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Mrs. Van Peyton's objections. /// Chi- 
cago daily news, June 26, 1903. 33829 
W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 62428, 
June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Mitchell (John) says, Strife between labor 
organizations must give place to har- 
mony. 33830 

W. D. Boyce company. Chicago, 111. 
A 62611, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 
1903. 

Mors et victoria [a drama] London, 

New York [etc.] Longmans, Green & 
co., 1903. 4 p. 1., 116, [1] p. 2H cm. 
3—15000 33831 

Longmans, Green & co., New York, 
N. Y. A 59639, May 14, 1903; 2 c. | 
June 10, 1903. 

Most (The) beautiful Mrs. De La Mar j 
finds the man of her heart at last, In 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, June 28, j 
1903. 33832 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A j 
62991, June 29, 1903; 2 c June 29, 1903. 

Myers (John F.) Missouri. Sheet 10 
by 4 inches. 33833 

J. F. Myers, Bloomington, 111. A i 
62403, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. ! 

National electric company, Milwaukee. 
Catalogue no. 53 . . . Milwaukee, 
National electric company, successor to j 
Christensen engineering co. [1903] 57 j 
p. illus. (inch diagrs.) fold, plates. 
23* cm. 33834 

National electric company, Milwau- j 
kee, Wis. A 60989, June 3, 1903; 2 c. ! 
June 3, 1903. 

New Jersey registration and trust com- 
pany. Business companies . . . 
East Orange, N. J., New Jersey regis- 
tration and trust company [1903] 27 
p. 18* cm. 33835 

New Jersey registration & trust com- { 
panv, East Orange, N. J. A 61534, | 
June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

New Nick Carter weekly, no. 338. 4°. 

33836 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 

A 61 051; June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 339. 33837 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
A61500, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

New things strange and curious. June 

14, 1903. 33838 
New York herald co., Jersey City, N. 

J. A 61643, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 

15, 1903. 



New York (State) Legislature. The pe- 
nal code of the state of New York, being 
chapter 676 of the laws of 1881, as 
amended by the laws of 1882-1903. in- 
clusive, with notes, forms and index; 
ed. by Lewis R. Parker . . . New 
York, The Banks law publishing com- 
pany, 1903. iy, 349 p. 19 cm. 
3—14955 33839 

Banks law publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. A 61993, June 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 16, 1903. 

New York (Slate) Legislature. The tax 
law of the state of New York; being 1. 

1896, ch. 908 . . . with amendments of 

1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902 and 
1903. Annotated with all the decisions 
since the passage of such act to and in- 
cluding vol. 174 N. Y. 501, 80 App. 
div. and 40 Misc. 336. With forms for 
lawyers, assessors, collectors and other 
officers. By H. Noyes Greene . . . 
with a chapter on the powers and duties 
of assessors, by J. Newton Fiero . . . 
3d rev. ed. " Albany, N. Y., M. 
Bender, 1903. 1 p. 1., 349 p. 24 cm. 
3—14953 33840 

Matthew Bender, Albany, N. Y. A 
61563, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Newest, greatest, most mysterious force 
in nature just discovered and utterly 
beyond the power of science to under- 
stand or explain. In American maga- 
zine supplement, New York American 
and journal, June 28, 1903. 33841 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62994, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Norfleet (James). The man from New 

York. 33842 

T. C. McClure, New Y^ork, N. Y. A 

62801, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Norris, Zoe Anderson. The color of his 
soul. New York, R. F. Fenno & 
company, 1903. 3 p. 1. , 220 p. 19 x 10| 
cm. 

3—14990 33843 

R. F. Fenno & co., New York, N. Y. 

A 61525, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

The Northeastern reporter, v. 66 . . . 
Permanent ed. February 20-Mav 15, 
1903 . . . St. Paul, West publish- 
ing co., 1903. 26| cm. (National re- 
porter system. — State series) 33844 
"West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. A 60802, June 1 , 1903 ; 2 c. June 
22, 1903. 

Nunez de Arce, Gaspar. El haz de lefia 
porD. Gaspar Nunez de Arce; ed. with 
introduction and notes by Rudolph 
Schwill . . . Boston, D. C. Heath 
& co., 1903. xxxiii, 153 p. front., 



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Minn. A 59826, 
June 19, 1903. 



May 16, 1903; 2 c. 



Paris gossip has the Kaiser killing Chan- 
cellor von Buelow by kindness. 33854 
W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. A 
62985, June 29, 1903; 2c. June 29, 1903. 



Nunez de Arce, Gaspar— Continued, 
port. 17 cm. (Heath's modern lan- 
guage series) 

3—14830 33845 

D. C. Heath & co., Boston, Mass. 

A 61726, June 13,1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Offener schreibebrief des Philipp Sauer- 

ampfer, no. 494. 33846 

German press and plate company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. A 62371, June 20' 

1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Old Broadbrim weekly, no. 39. 4°. 

33847 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

61054, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 40. 33848 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
61501, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

On London 'change, June 13, 1903. 

33849 
New York times, New York, N. Y. 
A 61942, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903. 

June 20, 1903. 33850 

New York times. New York, N. Y 
A 62469, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22 
1903. 

[Ossoli, Sarah] Margaret (Fuller) mar- 
chesa d'. Love-letters of Margaret 
Fuller, 1845-1846, with an introduction 
by Julia Ward Howe; to which arc 
added the reminiscences of Ralph 
Waldo Emerson, Horace Greeley and 
Charles T. Congdon. New York, 

D. Appleton and company, 1 <)<>:;. xv i 
228 i». front, (port.) 20 cm. 
3—15006 33851 

I). Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 61532, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 
1903. 

Oxford (John Barton). Red mountain 

nuptials. 33852 

T. I '. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

62806, June 27, 1903: 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

The Pacific reporter, v. 71 . . . Perma- 
nent ed February 2-April 27, 1903 
... St. Paul, West publishing co., 
1903. 26.] cm. (National reporter 
system. State series) 33853 

West publishing company, St. Paul. 



Patterson, Howard. On yacht etiquette: 
what to do, and how to'do it. Courte- 
sies, discipline, ceremonies and routine 
for any and all circumstances. Duties 
of officers, etc. . . . Rev. ed. New 
York and London, The Rudder pub- 
lishing company, 1903. 86, [5] p. 
double front, (col.) 15* cm. [Rud- 
der on series] 

33855 

New York, N. Y. A 

1903; 2 c. June 15, 



3—14894 

H. Patterson, 
59360, May 11, 
1903. 



Patton, Jacob Harris. The history and 
government of the United States, by 
Jacob Harris Patton . . . and John 
Lord . . . With special articles by 
Theodore Roosevelt, James Cardinal 
Gibbons, George F. Hoar, James P. 
Bryce, Grover Cleveland and others 
- . . New York, The University 
society [1903] 4 v. col. fronts., pi. 
(partly col.) ports. (1 col.) maps. 23£ 
cm. 

3—14978 33856-33859 

Vol. 1-3 paged continuously; v. 1: 1 p. 1. 

vii-viii p.. 1 1., ix-lxx, 9-370 p.: v. 2: v, [3711- 

828 p.; v. 3: v, [829J-1248 p. Vol. 4: 1 p. 1., yii- 

xxvi, 476 p. 

Earlier editions bore titles: History of the 
I uited States of America (1860), Pattern's con- 
cise history of the American people (1876), 
Four hundred years of American history 
(1892), A concise history of the American peo- 
ple (1901). The present edition differs from 
the hist in certain changes at the beginning 
oi y. 1 and end of v. 3: also in the addition of 
of v. 4. on the government of the country. 

University society, New York, N. Y. 
A 52950-52953, Feb. 12, 1903; 2 c. each 
June 13, 1903. 

Picken, Lillian H. The Crane first 
reader. . . Austin, Tex., Von Boeck- 
mann-Jones co., 1903. 132 p. illus. 
(partly col. ) 19£ cm. 33860 

Von Boeckmann- Jones company, 
Austin, Tex. A 60914, June 2, 1903; 
2 c. June 16, 1903. 

The Crane second-third reader [s] 

. . . Austin, Tex., Von Boeckmann- 
Jones co., 1903. 2 v. illus. 19. 1 , cm. 
33861-3~3862 
Von Boeckmann-Jones company, 
Austin, Tex. A 60915-60916, June 2, 
1903; 2 c. each June 19, 1903. 

Pluck and luck, no. 2(53. 4°. 33863 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

61277, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

no. 264. 33864 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

61278, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

no. 265. 33865 

Frank Tousev. New York, N. Y. A 

61279, June 6, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 



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Poole (Howell). From sunshine and 
shadows of New York. Chap. 5, con- 
tinued. 33866 
\Y. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62814, June 27, 1908; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Chap. 8. 33867 

AY. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
63046, .June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Prayer and confidence . . . reprinted 
from the Christian science journal. 
Boston, The Christian science publish- 
ing society, 190S. 40 p. 20 cm. 33868 
Christian science publishing society, 
Boston, Mass. A 61264, June 6, 1903; 
2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Pyle, Howard. Rejected of men; a story 
of to-day. New York and London, 
Harper & brothers, 1903. vii, [1] p., 
1 1., 268, [1] p. 19* cm. 
3—14989 33869 

Harper & bros., New York, N. Y. 
A 59141, May 8, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 



Rathom (John R.) 
Chicago. 



The Hollander in 
33870 

John R. Rathom, Chicago, 111. A 
62618, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Raymond (Harold W.) Smuggling a 

bride. 33871 

Harold W. Raymond, New York, 

N. Y. A 62812, June 27, 1903; 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 

Record-Herald's answers by experts; 
Boston Corbett knows Booth's fate. 

33872 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62432, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

cartoons held great factor in journal- 
ism. 33873 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 
62142, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

fine manners as aid in rising in world. 

33874 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62369, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

hints by Mrs. Herrick on manners 

at home. ' 33875 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62370, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

hints to stout women who wear 

shirt waists. 33876 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62799, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

• instruction in the art of relaxation. 

33877 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62212, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 



Record-Herald's answers by experts — 

Continued. 

Kyrle.Bellew explains how spirits 

found gold. 33878 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

61902, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

proofs that birds are man's faithful 

friends. 33879 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62729, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

rights of labor and capital are dis- 
cussed. 33880 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62608, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

rotary system for development of 

body. 33881 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62686, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

tells of inexpensive sight-seeing in 

Europe. 33882 

Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62141, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Wall street, the great financial power- 
house. 33883 
Joseph B. Bowles, Chicago, 111. A 

62609, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

i Recordon, H[enry L. C] Do animals 
think? New York, London, F. T. 
Neelv [1903] 2 p. 1., 81 p. 19 cm. 
3—14428 33884 

H. Recordon, New York, N. Y. A 
62087, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

| Reid (Charles Sloan). The perplexing 

initial. 33885 

T. C. McClure, New York, N. Y. A 

62802, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Republican national convention. Official 
proceedings of the National republican 
conventions of 1868, 1872, 1876 and 
1880 . . . Minneapolis, Minn., C. 
W. Johnson, 1903. 682 p. 23 cm. 
3—13922 33886 

Charles W. Johnson, Minneapolis, 
Minn. A 51565, Jan. 9, 1903; 2 c.'June 
2, 1903. 

Proceedings of the first three Repub- 
lican national conventions of 1856, 1860 
and 1864, including proceedings of the 
antecedent national convention held at 
Pittsburg, in February, 1856, as report- 
ed by Horace Greelev. Minneap- 
olis, 'Minn., C. W. Johnson [1893] 
264 p. 23 cm. 

3—13921 33887 

Charles W. Johnson, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 1893, no. 29781, June 23: 2 c. 
i June 2, 1903. 



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Republican national convention — Con. 

9th, Chicago, 1888. Official proceed- 
ings of the Republican national con- 
vention held at Chicago, June 19, 20, 
21, 22, 23 and 25, 1888 . . . Minne- 
apolis, Minn., C. W. Johnson, 1903. 
v, [7]-257 p. 23J cm. [With its Offi- 
cial proceedings . . . 1884 . . . Min- 
neapolis, Minn., 1903] 
3—13924 33888 

" Reprinted by authority of the Republican 
national convention, of 1900. at Philadelphia." 

Charles W. Johnson, Minneapolis, 
Minn. A 51568, Jan. 22, 1903; 2 c. 
June 2, 1903. 

10th, Minneapolis, 1892. Proceedings 

of the tenth Republican national con- 
vention held in the city of Minneapolis, 
Minnesota, June 7, 8, 9 and 10, 1892 . . . 
Reported by Theodore C. Rose . . . and 
James F. Burke . . . [Minneapolis, 
Minn., Harrison & Smith co., printers, 
c 1892] 156 p. 23* cm. 
3—13925 33889 

Appended: official proceedings of the elev- 
enth Republican national convention held in 
... St. Louis . . . 189(5. 

Charles W. Johnson, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 1892, no. 33270, Aug. 12; 2 c. 
June 2, 1903. 

11th, St. Louis, 1896. Official proceed- 
ings of the eleventh Republican national 
convention held in thecitvof St. Louis, 
Mo., June 16, 17 and is. 1896 ... Re- 
ported by James Francis Burke . . . 
[Minneapolis, Minn.] 1896. 170 p. 
illus., ports. 23.] cm. [With its Pro- 
ceedings . . . 1892 . . . Minneapolis, 
Minn.,' c 1892] 

3—13926 33890 

Charles W. Johnson, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 1896, no. 49308, Sept. 1; 2 c. 
June 2, 1903. 

Ro Bards (John Lewis). Song of the 

angeis. Sheet, 9£ by 6 inches. 33891 

John Lewis Ro Bards, Hannibal, Mo. 

A 62701, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 

WHY.]. 

Roberts (Charles G. D.) Word from 
outdoors; the little wolf of the pool. 

33892 

Robert Howard Russell, New York, 
X. V. A 61 224, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 
27, 1003. 

Romance of a 5 and 10 cent store. /// 
American magazine supplement, New 
York American and journal, June 28, 
L903. 33893 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. V. A 
62995, .June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 



Rosch, John. Picturesque \Vhite Plains, 
New York, illustrated bv John Rosch. 
. . . [White Plains, N. Y., J. Rosch, 
1902] 47, [1] p. illus. 30£ cm. 
3—14980 33894 

J. Rosch, White Plains, N. Y. A 
31436, Apr. 22, 1902; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Saltus, Edgar. The policy and philoso- 
phy of Russia. 33895 
W. R, Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62987, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

The rise in prices. 33896 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62689, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

San Diego city and county directory, 1903 
. . . San Diego, Cal., San Diego di- 
rectory co, 1903. map. 23 cm. 
3—13815 33897 

San Diego directory company, San 
Diego, Cal. A 60583, May 27, 1903; 2 
c. May 27, 1903. 

School (The) girl; libretto, book by 
Henry Hamilton & Paul Potter, lyrics 
bv Chas. H. Tavlor, music by Leslie 
Stuart. 26 pp. 12°. * 33898 

Francis, Day & Hunter, London,, 
England. A 61509, June 4, 1903; 2 c. 
June 4, 1903. 

Scott (H.S.) Barlasch of the guard. 8th 

instal. Chaps. 21 continued and 22, 23 

& 24. 33899 

H. S. Scott, England. A 62629, June 

25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Secret service, no. 230. 4°. 33900 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

61287, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

no.231. 33901 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

61288, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

no. 232. 33902 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

61289, June 6, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Serviss (Garrett P.) The Lord of crea- 
tion. 33903 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62986, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

A Lunar illusion. 33904 

\Y. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62982, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Resemblances between worlds. 

33905 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 

62736, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Sherman (Pruelia Janet). A child of 

the alley. 33906 

W. 1). Boyce company, Chicago, 111. 

A 62614,June 24,1903; 2 c.June 24,4903. 



152 



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BOOKS 



755 



Shibley (George II. i Majority rule, the 
twentieth century revolution. Division 
4. In American co-operator, June 27, 
1903. 33907 

G. II. Shibley, Washington, D. C. A 
61783, June 13,* 1<>03: 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Shipp, E. Richard. Questions and an- 
swers on corporations; prepared with 
reference to Clark. Elliott, Marshall, 
Taylor, and selected cases . . . Wash- 
ington, D. C, J. Byrne & CO., 1903. 
97 p. 17 cm. {On cover: John Byrne 
and co.'s quiz books) 
3—14947 33908 

John Byrne & co.. Washington, D. C. 
A 61481, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 16,1903. 

Slafter, Carlos, ed. Sir Humfrey Gyl- 

berte and his enterprise of colonization 
in America. Including his discourse 
to prove a northwest passage to Cataia: 
his letters patent from Queen Eliza- 
beth; Captain Edward Haies' narrative; 
and other important papers and letters, 
together with annotations and a mem- 
oir. Boston, Prince society, 1903. xiv, 
335 p. front, (port.) pi. 22 x 18^ cm. 
Added t.-p.: The publications of the 
Prince societv [v. 29] ) 
3—14979. 33909 

Prince societv, Boston, Mass. A 
58986, May 6, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Spriester, Aaron. Interpolations of re- 
ligious traditions, vi . . . [Chi- 
cago? 1903] 19 cm. 33910 
A. Spriester, Chicago, 111. A 57995, 
Apr. 21, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Staines (Bassett). Where women do the 

work, the tropics. 33911 

E. B. Warner, Hackensack, X. J. 

A 62360. June 20, 1903: 2 c. June 27, 

1903. 

Stedman's directory of the city and 
town of Norwich'. . . [no. 43, 1903]. 
Norwich. Conn., The Price & Lee co.. 
1903. fold. map. 24 cm. 33912 

Price & Lee company, New Haven, 
Conn. A 62204, June 18, 1903; 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Stereograph. 4 pp. 8°. 33913 

Underwood and Underwood, New 
York, X. Y. A 62728, June 26, 1903; 
2 c. June 26, 1903. 



Stewart, Samuel. First notable events in 

history. Beaver Falls, Pa., 1903. 

cover-title, [8] p. 18i x 17 cm. 33914 

S. Stewart, Beaver Falls, Pa. A 



59581, Mar. 28, 1903; 2 c. May 14. 1903. 



Stoddard. W[illiam] 0[sborn] Ahead 
of the army . . . illustrated by C. 
Chase Emerson. Boston, Lothrop 
publishing company [190:5] vi p., 21., 
11-302 p. front., 3 pi. 19. 1 , cm. 
3— 14S55 • 33915 

Lothrop publishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 60362,' May 25, 1903; 2 
c. .June VA, 1903. 

Stoner, Winifred Sackville. St. Paul's 
Episcopal church, Norfolk, Virginia 
. . . Norfolk, Va., The Nusbaurn 
book and news company [1903] 14 p. 
15 x 23 cm. 33916 

W. S. Stoner. Norfolk, Ya. A 58716, 
May 2, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Streifzuge durch Deutschland. no. 125. 

Berlin 4. 33917 

William Kaufmann, Cleveland, Ohio. 

A 61889, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

no. 126. Berlin 5. 33918 

William Kaufmann. Cleveland, Ohio. 
A 62447, June 22, 1903; 2c. June 22, 1903. 

no. 127. In der Mark Brandenburg. 

1. 33919 
William Kaufmann, Cleveland, Ohio. 

A 62305, June 19, 1903; 2c. June 19-, 1903. 

no. 128. In der Mark Brandenburg. 

2. 33920 
William Kaufmann, Cleveland, Ohio. 

A62306, June 19, 1903; 2c. Junel9,1903. 

no 129. Aus der Altmark. 33921 

William Kaufmann, Cleveland, Ohio. 
A 62307, June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 130. Im Pommerlande. 33922 

William Kaufmann. Cleveland, Ohio. 
A 62308, June 19, 1903 ; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Tansey (P.J.) Fourth of July thoughts. 

33923 

P. J. Tansey, Ignited States. A 

62798, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Ten good reasons why every respectable 
thinking man should swear just as often 
and as hard as he can. card. 5J by 3 
inches. "33924 

Ashley D. Eowe, Benton Harbor, 
Mich. A 60683, May 16, 1903; 1 c. 
May 29, 1903; 1 c. July 6, 1903. 

Tennessee. General assembly. Compila- 
tion of road laws of the state of Ten- 
nessee applicable to counties under 
70,000 . . . Nashville, Tenn., Mar- 
shall & Bruce company [1903] 12 p. 
23 cm. 

3—14407 33925 

Marshall & Bruce company, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. A 59901, May 18, 1903; 
2 c. June 10, 1903. 



153 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Thorp (William). Premier Balfour, re- 
formed idler. 33926 
William Thorp, New York, N. Y. A 
62361, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Tip top weekly, no. 375. 4°. 33927 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

61502, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 376. 33928 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
62075, June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Trade in live stock; June 16, 1903. 33929 

Kansas 'City star company, Kansas 

City, Mo. A 61944, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 

June 17, 1903. 33930 

Kansas Citv Star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 61945, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 

June 18, 1903. 33931 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A*61946, June 15, 1903; 2c. 
June 20, 1903. 

June 19,1903. 33932 

Kansas Citv star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 61947, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 

June 22, 1903. 33933 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 61949, June 15'. 1903; 2 c. 
June 25, 1903. 

June 23, 1903. 33934 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A "61950, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 25, 1903. 

June 25, 1903. 33935 | 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 61952, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. 

June 26, 1903. 33936 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
City, Mo. A 61953, June 15,*1903; 2 c. I 
June 29, 1903. 

June 27, L903. 33937 | 

Kansas City star company, Kansas 
Citv, Mo. A 61954, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 29, 1903. 

Trent, William P[eterfield] A history 
of American literature, 1607-1865, 
. . . New York, D. Appleton and 
company, 1903. x, 608 p. 20 cm. 
( Half-title: Short histories of the litera- 
tures of the world. I 
3—15003 33938 

Bibliography: p. 581-593. 

D. Appleton & CO., New York, N. Y. 
A 61256, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 
1903. 



Van Demark ( Harry) Not without mis- 
fortune; a story of a boys success. In 
Quillings. 33939 

Harrv Van Demark, Webster, Tex. 
A 24332, Jan. 4, 1902; 2 c. in parts from 
Dec. 12, 1902, to July 1, 1903. 

Yiews of historic Frederick town, Mary- 
land, 1903. Frederick, Md., J. F. 
Kreh. 1903. 3 1. , 20 pi. 13 \ x 17* cm. 

33940 
John Frederick Kreh, Frederick. 
Md. A 60708, May 29, 1903; 2 c. June 
9, 1903. 

Yilleneuve (Max). Why Tirebouchon 

II did not win the grand-prix. 33941 

Foreign story syndicate company, 

Burlington, Vt. A 62793, June 27, 

1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Waite's Newburgh city directory for 
1903 [20th year] Newburgh, N. Y.. 
L. P. \Yaite'& co., 1903. fold. map. 
24 cm. 33942 

L. P. Waite & co., Newburg, N. Y. 
A 62494, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 
1903. 

Walker's red book for Stamford, Ct. . . . 
June, 1903; ed. by H. A. Parsons . . . 
New Rochelle, N. Y., Red book press, 
1903. fold. map. 14 x 7 cm. 33943 
H. D. Walker, New Rochelle, N. Y. 
A 61017, June 3, 1903; 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

Warder, George Woodward. The stair- 
way to the stars; or, Enola Reverof, a 
novel of psychic and electric study and 
biography . . . New York, 1903. 

166}). front, (port.) 18£ cm. 
3—14985 33944 

G. W. Warder, Kansas City, 111. A 
6 1099, June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Western New York publishing company. 
Rochester. Manual of instruction in 
journalism. Rochester, N. Y., West- 
ern New York pub. co., 1903. cover- 
title, 24 p. 23 x 10 cm. 33945 
Ralph T. Olcott, Rochester, N. Y. 
A 60(527, May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 
1903. 

Weyman (Stanley). The long night, 
chap. 23. 33946 

Stanley Wevman, England. A 61221 , 
June 6, 1903; "2 c. June" 6, 1903. 

Chap. 24. 33947 

Stanley Wevman, England. A 61590, 
June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Chap. 25. 33948 

Stanle\ Weyman, England. A62161, 
June 18, 1903; 2c. June 18, 1903. 

Chap. 26. 33949 

Stanley Wevman, England. A 62628, 
June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 



154 



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HOOKS 



757 



Whitney (Harriet). Mrs. Pepper's tac- 
tics. ' 33950 
T. C. McClure, New York, N. V. A 

62803, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1908. 

Wilcox (Ella Wheeler). Child's neg- 
lected training. 33951 
W. K. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62690, June 25, L903; 2 c. Juno 25, 1908. 

Do women like to obey. 33952 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62988, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

A dream of co-operation. 33953 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
62620, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

How like the sea. 33954 

W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 
62733, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Our strife with ourselves. 33955 

AY. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 
62984, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Victims of habit. 33956 

AY. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. A 
62815, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Wild west weekly, no. 35. 4°. 33957 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

61302, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

no. 36. 33958 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 
6J303, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

no. 37. 33959 

Frank Tousev, New York. X. Y. A 
61304, June 6, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Williams (Martha McCulloch). Ama- 

ryllis. 33960 

' T. C. McClure, New Y^ork, X. Y. A 

62804, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Williams (Samuel). An empire in the 
making. 33961 

TYestern publishing companv, Den- 
ver, Colo. A 62448, June 22, 1903; 2 
c. June 22, 1903. 

Williams' Cincinnati directory . . . 1903. 
53d annual issue . . . ['Cincinnati] 
The Williams directorv companv, 1903. 
24 cm. " 33962 

ATilliams directorv company, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. A 60925, June 2, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Wood (Walter Warren). I was once a 

wanderer. 33963 

W. AY. AYood, St. Johns, Oreg. A 

62097, Dec. 31, 1902; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 



AYood (Walter Warren)— Continued. 

A pledge for all who desire to he- 
come true followers of Jesus. 33964 
W. W. Wood, St. Johns, Ore-. A 
62090, Dee. :M. 1902; 2 e. June 17, 190S. 

Woodruff, Mrs. Jane (Scott) The little 
Christmas shoe; illustrated by Diantha 
AY. Home. Boston, L.C. Page & com- 
pany, 1903. 109 p. inch front., illus., 
plates. 18. 1 , cm. (Cosy corner series) 
3—14992 33965 

L. C. Pas;e & co., Boston, Mass. A 
62268, June 19, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Work, Cree T[elford] i. e. John Cree Tel- 
ford. Outlines of manual training, San 
Francisco public schools. AA T ood work 
for the grammar grades. Teachers' ed. 
... [San Francisco] Board of edu- 
cation, 1903. 87 p. illus. (inch diagrs. ) 
23 cm. 33966 

CreeT. AYork, Denton, Tex. A60501, 
May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

AYork and win, no. 237. 4°. 33967 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

61282, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 
no. 238. 33968 

Frank Tousev, New York, N. Y. A 

61283, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 
no. 239. 33969 

Frank Tousev. New York, N. Y. A 

61284, June 6, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 
The world's best music; famous songs 

and those who made them. Editors 
and special contributors: Helen Ken- 
drick Johnson, Frederic Dean, Reginald 
De Koven, Gerrit ' Smith. New r 

York, The Fniversity society, 1902. 
col. fronts., illus. (incl. ports.) plates. 
30 cm. v. 1-4. 

3—14935 33970-33973 

Content*.— x. 1-4. Vocal. 

University societv. New Y T ork, N. Y". 



A 62058-62061, June 16, 190; 



each 



June 15, 1903. 
AYvlie, YYilliain Bird. Bird genealogy 
. . . Saint Louis, Mo., 1903. lp.l., 
13 p. 27 cm. 

3—14254 33974 

W. B. AYvlie, St. Louis, Mo. A 61186, 
June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 
Y^oung ( Egerton R. ) Lodge lire stories. 
8. How srav wolf was punished. 

33975 
Eaton & Mains, New Y'ork, N. Y". 
A 62697, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903. 



Number of books and pamphlets entered since Jan. 1, 1903 5, 844 

Number of leaflets, etc., entered since Jan. 1, 1903 1, 902 

Number of periodical contributions entered since Jan. 1, 1903 4, 184 

Total number of Books entered since Jan. 1, 1903 11, 930 



2264:— 03 2 



155 



758 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



CLASS D, DRAMATIC COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. For index of proprietors see end of Catalog v e. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, "Copyright by Blanche L. Sanborn, San Francisco, Calif. Class D, 
XXc, no. 3595. June 15, 1903; 2 typewritten copies received July 6, 1903." 



Comtesse (La); or, How they won; a 
societv drama in five acts, bv Blanche 
L. Sanborn. 42 pp. 4°. 33976 

Blanche L. Sanborn, San Francisco, 
Calif. D 3595, June 15, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. July 6, 1903. 

Famille (La) Bolero, piece en trois actes, 
par Maurice Hennequin et Paul Bil- 
haud. 2 pp. 1., 172 pp. 19 J cm. 

33977 
P. V. Stock, Paris, France. D 3540, 
June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Heureuse, comedie en trois actes par 

Maurice Hennequin et Paul Bilhaud. 

3 p. 1., 191 pp. 19 cm. 33978 

P. V. Stock Paris, France. D 3539, 

June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

The line fence, a comedy in five acts, by 
Leroy Cummings. [San Diego? Cal., 
1903] 3 p. 1., 32 p. 22* cm. 
3—15002 33979 

Lerov Cummings, San Diego, Cal. 
A 3537,' June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Lucette, comedie en trois actes, par Ro- 
main Coolus. 3 pp. 1., 139 pp. 19 cm. 

33980 
Eugene Fasquelle, Paris, France. D 
3561, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Lucky (A) duck, a vaudeville sketch, by 

Edmund Day. f°. 3398*1 

William H. Gerald, Bavonne, INT. J. 

D 3673, June 29, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 

June 29, 1903. 

Maharajah (The) a comedy in three acts, 
by Vivien Hallett Hart and Rudolph 
E. Buckner. 33982 

Vivien Hallett Hart & Rudolph 
Eglin Buckner, Forest Hill, N. J. & 
New York, N. Y. D 3604, June 17, 
1903; 2 typewritten c. July 7, 1903. 

Mystic (The) shrine; a comic opera in 

three acts by Frank Dupree. 33983 

Frank Dupree, New York, N. Y. D 

3366, May 1, L903; 2 typewritten c. 

July 1, 1903. 

Parish (The) priest; a domestic drama 
in three acts, bv Daniel L. Hart. 

33984 

Daniel L. Hart, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
D 3676, June 23, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
July 6, 1903. 



Plot against plot, by Thome Luiz de 

Freitas. 65 pp. 20J cm. 33985 

Thome Luiz de Freitas, Portland, 

Oreg. D 3104, Mar. 9, 1903; 2 c. May 

19, 1903 (paper). 

Power (The) of destiny, an original drama 
in four acts, bv Jean Caldwell. 4°. 

33986 
Mrs. Jean Caldwell, New York, N.Y. 
D 3674, June 29, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 27, 1903. 

Les p'tites Michu, opera-comique en trois 
actes; paroles de MM. Albert Vanloo 
& Georges Duval, musiquede M. Andre 
Mesager. Paris, Librairie theatrale 
[New York, Empire press, printers] 
1903. 2 p. 1., 144 p. 19 cm. 
3-14278 33987 

L. Michaud, Paris, France. D 3550, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Rebels (The) daughter (by J. G. Woerner 
and Chas. Gildehaus); Into the open; 
In the Ozarks; dramas by Chas. Gilde- 
haus. 33988 
Chas. Gildehaus, St. Louis, Mo. D 
3543, May 27, 1903; 2 c. May 16, 1903. 

Secret (The) of the subway, an original 
melodrama by Jean Caldwell. 4°. 

33989 
Mrs. Jean Caldwell, New York, N.Y; 
D 3675, June 29, 1903; two typewritten 
c. June 27, 1903. 

Supplice (Le) du silence, comedie en 
deux actes, de Berr de Turique. ! p. 1., 
31 pp. 20 by 12 cm. 33990 

Berr de Turique, Paris, France. D 
3461, May 20, 1903; 2 c. May 20, 1903 
(paper). 

Sword of the sea or vengeance is mine, 
by Woolsey Aspinwall. 4°. 33991 

Woolsev Aspinwall, New York, N. Y. 
D 3475, May 15, 1903; 1 typewritten c. 
May 15, 1903, 1 typewritten c. July 1, 
1903. 

Tiss, Tim and the ticker, by Wilson Bar- 
rett, a comedietta in one act. 30 pp. 
4°. 33992 

Mignon Shattinger, St. Louis, Mo. 
D 3664, June 27, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 27, 1903. 



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759 



Trickster (A) tricked, a tour-act romantic 
corned v, by Herman B. Hoffman. 63 
pp. f°. . 33993 

Herman B. Hoffman, New York, 
N. Y. D 3572, June 11, 1903; 2 type- 
written c. July 6, 1903. 

Veronique, opera-comique en trois actes; 
paroles de MM. Albert Yanloo [!] & 
Georges Duval, musique de M. Andre 
Messager. Paris, Librairie thcatrale 
[New York, Empire press, printers] 
1903. 2 p. 1., 132 p. 19 cm. 33994 
3-14277. 

L. Michaud, Paris, France. D 3549, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Wife or country, a one act military play- 
let, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox and Mat- 
tie Keene. 11 pp. f°. 33995 
Mattie Keene, New York, N. Y. D 
3666, June 27, 1903; 2 typewritten c. 
June 27, 1903. 



Number of Dramas entered since Jan. 1, 1903 575 



CLASS E, MAPS AND CHARTS 

Arranged alphabetically by the subject word of each title. For index of proprietors see end of 

Catalogue. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed in full, " Copvright bv J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. Class E,XXc, no 
4256, July 3. 1903; 2 copies received Julv 3, 1903." 



Alabama (Matthews-Northrup up-to-date 
map of) . Size 20 by 15J inches. Scale 
of statute miles; 18 miles to the inch. 

33996 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

E 4256, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Arizona (Matthews-Northrup up-to-date 
map of). Size 19^ by 15 \ inches. Scale 
of statute miles; 25 miles to one inch. 

33997 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

E 4257, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Catskill, Catskill co., N. Y. (Insurance 
maps of.) May, 1903. 13 sheets, 25 
by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 

33998 
Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4243. June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 
30, 1903. 

Connecticut (Matthews-Northrup up-to- 
date map of). Size 9 £ by 12 inches. 
Scale 8£ miles to the inch. 33999 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 



E4258, July 3, 1903; 



Julv 3, 1903. 



Fitzgerald, Irwin co., Ga. May, 1903. 

Scale, 50 ft. to an inch. 34000 

Sanborn map company, New York, 

N. Y. E 4244, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 

30, 1903. 



German empire (map of the). Size 6f 

by 9 inches. 34001 

D. H. McBride & co., New Y^ork, 

N. Y. E 4254, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 

3, 1903. 

Graham, Tazewell co., Va. May, 1903. 
2 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 34002 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4245, June 30, 1903; 2 c. 
June 30. 1903. 



May 



Hay wards, Alameda co., Calif. 
1903. 8 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. 

34003 
Sanborn map co., San Francisco, Cal. 
E 4222, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 
1903. 

Illinois. (Matthews-Northrup up-to-date 
map of. ) Size, 20 by 12 inches. Scale 
of statute miles; 20 miles to the inch. 

34004 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

E 4259, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Manville. Providence co., R. 1. May. 
1903. 4 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 
50 ft, to an inch. 34005 

Sanborn map company, New Y^ork, 
N. Y. E 4246, June 30, 1903; 2 c. 
June 30, 1903. 



157 



760 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Massachusetts. (Matthews-North rup up- 
to-date map of. ) Size, 12 by 20 inches; 
scale of statute miles, 10 to the inch. 

34006 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

E 4261, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Michigan. (Matthews-Northrup up-to- 
date map of.) Size, 20 by 15 % inches; 
scale of statute miles, 26 to the inch. 

34007 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

E 4260, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Monticello, Jefferson co.,Fla., Mav, 1903. 
3 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 34008 

Sanborn map company. New York, 
N. Y. E 4247, June 30, 1903: 2 c. June 
30, 1903. 

Orca. Kayak, Catalla, and Yaktag, Alaska. 

( Map of the new oil and coal fields at. ) 

Size, 9£ by 22 inches. 34009 

P. C. Stoess & O. L. Willoughby, 

Seattle, Wash. E 4262, July 6, "1903; 

2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Oxford, Warren co., N. J., May, 1903. 
5 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 34010 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N.Y. E 4248, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 
30, 1903. 

Paw Paw lake (map of). Size. .">.] by 5£ 

inches. 34011 

James (). Stevic, Coloma, Mich. E 

4208, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22,1903. 

Pocahontas, Tazewell CO., Va. Mav, 1903. 

3 sheets, 25 by 21 inches. Scale, 50 ft. 
to an inch. 34012 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
X. V. E 4249, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 
30, 1903. 



Kio Blanco Co., Colo, (map of) 
16 by 43 inches. 

W. H. Clark, C. C 
Moog, Meeker, Colo 



Size, 

34013 

Schrontz & J. D. 

E 4240, June 8, 



1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

South (The) Shore and Norfolk Co., Mass. 

Size 18 by 29 inches. 34014 

Geo. H. Walker & Co., Boston, Mass. 



E 4242, June 30, 
1903. 



1903; 



June 30, 



Tallahassee, Leon Co., Fla. May, 1903. 
5 sheet 25 by 21 inches; scale 50 ft. to an 
inch. 34015 

Sanborn map company, New York, 
N. Y. E 4250, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 
30, 1903. 

Tompkins County, N. Y. (complete map 

of). Size 31 by 25 inches, on roller; 

scale 1 inch = 1 mile. 34016 

L. Alexander Mack, Ithaca, N. Y. 

E 3829, Mar. 26, 1903; 2 c. July 8, 1903. 

United States (Matthews-Northrup up-to- 
date map of). Size 12 by 20 inches; 
scale of statute miles 148 to the inch. 

34017 

J. N. Matthews co., Buffalo, N. Y. 



E 4255, July 3, 1903; 



July 3, 1903. 



Wilkin & Traverse counties, Minn, (map 
of portion of). Size 13 by 9i inches. 

34018 

Brown, Treacv & Sperrv co., St. Paul, 
Minn. E 4209, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 
30, 1903. 

Williamsport, Lycoming co., Pa. Size 9 

by 141 inches; scale 1,500 feet to the 

inch. " 34019 

Guy Mortimer Bovd, Reading Pa. 

E 4241, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30,1903. 



Number of Maps and charts entered since Jan. 1. 1903 1.010 



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CLASS B, PERIODICALS 

Arranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first title 
if printed in full would read. "Copyright by New Yorker staats-zeitung, New York, N. Y. Class 
B, XXc, no. 44131. Jan. 2, 1'903: 2 copies received June 30. 1903." 



Abendblatt der N. Y. staats-zeitung 

[dailv], folio, New York. v. 69, no. 

154. ' Monday, June 29, 1903. 2 c. June 

30, 1903. 34020 
v. 69, no. 155. Tuesday, June 30, 

1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34021 
v. 69, no. 156. Wednesday, July 1, 

1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34022 
v. 69, no. 157. Thursday, July 2, 

1903. 2 c. July 3, 1903. 34023 
v. 69, no. 158. Friday, July 3, 1903. 

2 c. July 6, 1903. 34024 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, New 

York, N. Y. B 44131-44135, Jan. 2, ! 

1903. 

Advance reports supplemental to "The 
Legal intelligencer" [weekly] 8°, Phila. 
v. 60, no. 26. June 26, 1903. 34025 

Frank M. Fuller, secretary of the ; 
commonwealth, for the State of Penn- 
sylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. B 55082. 
June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

American amateur photographer, v. 15, 
no. 7. July, 1903. 34026 

American photographic publishing j 
company, New York, X. Y. B 46602^ 
Jan. 7, i903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

American (The) architect and building 
news. no. 1432. June 6, 1903. 2 c. ' 



June 8, 1903. 






34027 


— no. 1433. 


June 13, 


1903. 


2 c. June 


15, 1903. 






34028 


— no. 1434. 


June 20, 


1903. 


2 c. June 


22, 1903. 






34029 


— no. 1435. 


June 27, 


1903. 


2 c. June 


29, 1903. 






34030 



The American architect co., Boston, 
Mass. B 51751-51754, Apr. 24, 1903. 

American (The) boy. July, 1903. 34031 
The Sprague publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. B 55187, June 29, 1903; 
2 c. June 29, 1903. 



American electrician, v. 15, no. 7. July, 

1903. 34032 

McGraw publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 40684, Dec. 16, 1902; 

1 c. July 3, 1903; 1 c. July 6, 1903. 

American exchange and review, v. 57. 
no. 7. July, 1903. 34033 

Review publishing and printing com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. B 46129, Jan. 
8, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

American gynecology, v. 2, no. 6. June, 

1903. 34034 

American wvnecoloa'v, New York, 

N. Y. B 49462, Mar. 7," 1903: 2 c. June 

30, 1903. 

American (The) journal of nursing, v. 

3, no. 10. July, 1903. 34035 

J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 55440, July 2, 1903: 2 c. Julv 2. 

1903. 

American (The) journal of the medical 

sciences. July, 1903. 34036 

Lea brothers & co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 39527. Dec. 9, 1902; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

American (The) law register, v. 51 O. 
S., 42 N. S., no. 6. June, 1903. 34037 
University of Pennsylvania, Phila- 
delphia, Pa* B 53487, June 4. 1903; 1 
c. June 19, 1903; 1 c. July 1, 1903. 

American lumberman. June 27. 1903. 

34038 

American lumberman, Chicago, 111. 

B 55188, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

American (The) monthly review of re- 
views, no. 162. July, 1903. 34039 
The Review of reviews company, 
New York, N. Y. B 45482, Jan. 5, 
1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 



159 



381 



382 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



American ornithology. July, 1903. 

34040 
Chas. K. Keed, Worcester, Mass. B 
39551, Dec. 9, 1902; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

American (The) printer, v. 36, no. 5. 

July, 1903. 34041 

Oswald publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 55175, June 27, 1903; 

2 c. July 3, 1903. 



American shoemakin 

2 c. June 8, 1903. 
June 13, 1903. 

June 20, 1903. 

June 27, 1903. 



June 6, 1903. 

34042 

2 c. June 16, 1903. 

34043 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 

34044 

2 c. June 29, 1903. 

34045 

Deming & Rogers, Boston, Mass. B 

53651-53654, June 6, 1903. 

Amateur (The) sportsman, v. 29, no. 3. 
July 1903. 34046 

M. T. Richardson company, New | 
York, N. r. B 49658, Mar. 12, 1903; 
2 c. June 27, 1903. 



Anti-trust, v. 1, no. 1. 



Back-log (The) of New York— Cont'd. 
v. 1, no. 6. 1 c. June 24, 1903; 1 c. 

July 2, 1903. 34055 

Graphology publishing company, 

New York, ' N. Y. B '54233-54235. 

June 17, 1903. 

Banker (The), v. 15, no. 2. July, 1903. 

* 34056 
Banker publishing company, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. B 54956, June 24, 1903; 2 
c. July 3, 1903. 

Banking (The) law journal, v. 20, no. 

6. June, 1903. 34057 

Thomas B. Paton, New York, N. Y. 

B 47818, Jan. 24, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Benton's monthly quotation record, no. 

76. July, 1903\ 34058 

Charles Montgomery Benton, New 

York, N. Y. B 24839, Jan. 15, 1902; 

2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Berkshire (The) Hills, v. 3, no. 11. 

July, 1903. 34059 

Wm. H. Phillips, Pittsfield, Mass. 

B 51945, Apr. 27, 1 903 ; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 



July, 1903. 

34047 Bibliotheca (The) sacra. July, 1903. 
The National anti-trust publishing 34060 

company, New York. X. Y. B 55333, i Bibliotheca sacra company, Oberlin, 

June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. Ohio. B 37309, Oct. 24, 1902; 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 



Architectural record, July, 1903. 34048 
Architectural record, New York, 
N. Y. B 55330, June 30, 1903; 2 c. 
June 30, 1903. 

Arena (The), v. 30, no. 1. July, 1903. 

34049 
The Alliance publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. B 55027, June 25, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Atlantic reporter [weekly], 8° [St. Paul]. 

v. 54, no. 16. June 25, 1903. 34050 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 54777, June 22," 1903; 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 

v. 55, no. 1. .July 2, 1903. 34051 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 55205, June 29, 1903; 2 c. 
July 6, 1903. 

Automobile (The) magazine, v. 5, no. 

7. July, 1903. 34052 

The Automobile press, New York, 

N. Y. B 42279, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. June 

29, L903. 



Biles' semi-monthly pocket edition whis- 
key price list. v. 13, no. 24. June 25, 
1903. 34061 

The J. W. Biles co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
B 53478, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 
1903. 

Bon (le) ton. v. 52, no. 8. Aug., 1903. 

34062 
S. T. Taylor co., New York, N. Y. 
B 54742, June 20, 1903; 2 c. .June 29, 
1903. 

Boston (The) daily globe, v. 63, no. 180, 

Monday. June 29, 1903. 2 c. June 30, 

1903. 34603 
v. 63, no. 181. Tuesday June 30, 

1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34064 
v. 64, no. 1. Wednesday, July 1, 

1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34065 
y. 64, no. 2. ' Thursday, July 2, 1903. 

2 c. July 3, 1903. 34066 
v. 64", no. 3. Friday, July 3, 1003. 

2 c.Jul v 6, 1903. 34067 
V. 04, no. 4. Saturday, July 4, 1903. 

2 c. July 6, 1903. 34068 

The Globe newspaper co., Boston, 

Mass. B 53979-53984, June 15, 1903. 



Back-log (The) of New York. y. 1, no. 

3. 1 c. June 24, 1903; 1 c. July 2, 1903. 

34053 Boston (The) Bunday globe, y. 03, no. 
— y. 1, no. 5. 1 c. June 24, 1003; 1 c. 172. June21, 1003: 2c. June 22, 1003. 

•Inly 2, 1003. 34054 34069 

L60 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALS 



;is:* 



Boston (The) sunday globe — Continued. 
v. 63, no. 179. June 28, L903. 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34070 

The Globe newspaper co., Boston, 

Mass. B 54046-54047. June 15, 1903. 

Boston Sunday journal. June 28, 1903. 

34071 
Frank A. Munsev, New York, N. Y. 
B 54961, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 
1903. 

July 5, 1903. 34072 

Frank A. Munsey, New York, N. Y. 
B 55401, July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 



Boys of America, v. 
1903. 


2, no. 94. July 18, 
34073 


Street & Smith, 
B 54221 , June 16, 
1903. 


New Y^ork, N. Y. 
1903; 2 c. Julv 3, 



Brickbuilder (The), v. 12, no. 6. June, 
1903. 34074 

Rogers & Manson, Boston, Mass. B 
52744, May 16, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Broadway magazine, July 1903. 34075 
Broadway magazine co., New York, 
N.Y. B 52993, May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 
29, 1903. 

Brooklyn (The) daily eagle, folio, Brook- 
lyn, v. 63, no. 171. Sunday, June 21, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. 34076 
v. 63, no. 172. Monday, June 22, 

1903. 2 c. July 3, 1903. 34077 
v. 63, no. 173. Tuesday, June 23, 

1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. " 34078 
v. 63, no. 174. Wednesday, June 24, 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. 34079 
v. 63, no. 175. Thursday, June 25, 

1903. 2 c. June 26. 1903. ' 34080 
v. 63, no. 176. Friday, June 26, 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. ' 34081 
v. 63, no. 177. Saturday, June 27, 

1903. 2c. June 29, 1903. 34082 
v. 63, no. 178. Sunday, June 28, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. * 34083 
v. 63, no. 179. Monday, June 29, 

1903. 2 c. June 30, 1903. ' 34084 
v. 63, no. 180. Tuesday, June 30, 

1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34085 
v. 63, no. 181. Wednesday, July 1, 

1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34086 
v. 63, no. 182. Thursday, July 2. 

1903. 2 c. Julv 3, 1903. 34087 
v. 63, no. 183. Friday, Julv 3, 1903. 

2 c. July 6, 1903. 34088 

The Brooklyn daily eagle, Brooklyn, 

X. Y. B 42542-12554, Jan. 2, 1903: 

Brooklyn theatrical and amusement 
guide. June 8, 1903. 2 c. June 12, 
1903. 34089 

June 15, 1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

34090 



Brooklyn theatrical and amusement 

guide — Continued. 

June 22, 1903. 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

34091 

June 29, 1903. 2 c. Julv 1, 1903. 

34092 
Guide printing and publishing co., 
Brooklvn, N. Y. B 53873-53876, June 
12, 1903. 

Brvologist (The), v. 6, no. 4. Julv, 

1903. 34093 

Annie Morrill Smith, Brooklvn, 

N. Y. B 47910, Feb. 3, 1903; 2 c. July 

2, 1903. 

Burr (The) Mcintosh monthly, v. 1, 

no. 4. 34094 

Burr Mcintosh, New York, N. Y. 

B 55075, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 

1903. 

Buyers' (The) reference, automobile edi- 
tion. June, 1903. 34095 
The Buvers' reference co., New York, 
N. Y. B 55144, June 27, 1903; 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. 

Camera craft, v. 7, no. 2. 34096 

Camera craft publishing company, 
San Francisco, Cal. B 41737, Dec. 24, 
1902; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Carpet (The) and upholstery trade re- 
view, v. 34, no. 13. Julv 1, 1903. 

34097 
Review publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 55214, June 29, 1903; 
2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Cassier's magazine. July, 1903. 34098 
The Cassier magazine company, 
New York, N. Y. B 40122. Dec. 12, 
1902; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Cent per cent. v. 1, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34099 
Mitchell, Schiller & Barnes, New 
Yfork, N. Y. B 53468. June 3, 1903; 2 
c. June 26, 1903. 

Central law journal, v. 56, no. 23. 

June 5, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

34100 
v. 56, no. 24. June 12, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 34101 
v. 56, no. 25. June 19, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 34102 
v. 56, no. 26. June 26, 1903. 2 c. 

July 1, 1903. 34103 

Central law r journal co., St. Louis, 

Mo. B 41686-41689, Dec. 26, 1902. 



Central (The) station. 
June, 1903. 



v. 2, no. 12. 
34104 



H. C. dishing, jr., New York, N. Y. 
B 32471, May 24, 1902; 1 c. June 15, 
1903; 1 c. July 1, 1903. 



161 



384 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



Chicago apparel gazette, v. 27, no. 10. 

June, 24, 1903. 34105 

Waldo-Fairchild company, Chicago, 

111. B 55086, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 

27, 1903. 

Chicago (The) daily news, folio, Chi- 
cago, v. 28, no. 148. Monday, June 
22, 1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. ' 34106 

v. 28, no. 149. Tuesday, June 23, 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. * 34107 

v. 28, no. 150. Wednesday, June 

24, 1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. * 34108 

v. 28, no. 151. Thursday, June 25, 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. * 34109 

y. 28, no. 152. Friday, June 26, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. * 34110 

y. 28, no. 153. Saturday, June 27, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. ' 34111 

y. 28, no. 154. Monday. June 29, 1903. 

2 c. July 1, 1903. 34112 

v. 28, no. 155. Tuesday, June 30, 

1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34113 

The Chicago daily news company, 
Chicago, 111. B 52848-52855. May 1*8, 
1903. 

Christian (The) endeavor quarterly. 

no. 54. Third quarter. 1903. 34li4 

S. C. Stein berger, Oswego, Kans. B 

55212, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Christian (The) mother, v. 1, no. 4. 

July, 1903. 34115 

Joseph Schaefer, New York, N. Y. 

B 48288, Feb. 14, 1903: 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Church (The) music review, v. 2, no. 

21. July, 1903. 34116 

Novello, Ewer & CO., Now York, 

N. Y. 15 55131. June 27. L903; 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 

(Tearing (The) house quarterly, v. 9, 

no. 3. July, 1903. 34117 

The Attorneys national clearing 

house co., Minneapolis. Minn. B 48341, 

Feb. 16, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Clever (The) magazine, v. 2, no. 6. 
July, 1903. 34118 

The Clever magazine co., Ltd., Kan- 
sas City. Mo. B 53609, June 8, 1903; 2 ! 
c. June 29, 1903. 

Columbian (The), v. 13, no. 9. July, 
1903. 341 i 9 

L. N. Cushman, Boston, Mass. B ' 
53758, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Comfort, v. 15, no. 9. July, 1903. 

34120 
W. H. Gannett, Augusta, Me. B I 
55469, Inly 2, 1903; 2 c. .Inly 2, 1903. 

Commercial (The) and financial chron- 
icle, v. 7<i, n... L980. June 6, 1903. 2 
C. June 6, 1903. 34121 

16 



Commercial (The) and financial chron- 
icle — Continued. 

v. 76, no. 1981. June 13, 1903. 1 c. 

June 13, 1903; 1 c. June 15, 1903. 

34122 
June 20, 1903. 2 c. 



— v. 76, no. 1982. 
June 20, 1903. 

— v. 76, no. 1983 
June 27, 1903. 

William B. Dana company 



34123 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

34124 

New 



York, N. Y. 
1903. 



B 45183-45186, Jan. 



Street railway supplement. June 27, 

1903. 34125 

William B. Dana company, New 
York, N. Y. B 45196, Jan 3, 1903; 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. 

Bank and quotation supplement, v. 

77, no. 1984. July 4, 1903. 34126 

William B. Dana company, New 
York, N.Y. B 55249, June 30, 1903: 2 
c. July 6, 1903. 

Commercial (The) record, v. 22, no. 23. 

June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34127 
v. 22, no. 21. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34128 
v. 22, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 34129 
v. 22, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34130 

The Record publishing company, 

New Haven, Conn. B 53866-5386V). 

June 12, 1903. 

Comrade (The), v. 2, no. 9. 34131 

Comrade publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 53882, June 13, 1903; 

1 c. June l'.». L903; 1 c. July 1, 1903. 

Concordia magazine, v. 1, no. 8. July, 
190:5. 34132 

C. Arthur Lutz. York, Pa. B 55329, 
June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Conkey's borne journal. July 1, 1903. 

34133 
W. B. Conkey company, Chicago, 
1 11. B 5541 1 , July 1, 1903; 2 c. J uly i . 
1903. 

Cooking club. July, 1903. 34134 

Cooking club publishing company, 

Goshen, Ind. B 55206, June 29, 1903: 

2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Cook's American travellers gazette. 
Special American summer vacation 
number. July, 1903. 34135 

Thos. Cook & son. New York. N. Y. 
B 53786, June 11, 1903; 2 c. Jinx- 29, 
1903. 

Craftsman (The), v. 4, no. 4. July, 

1903. 34136 

Gustav 8tickley, Syracuse, N. V. 

B 55433, July 1, )<nr.); 2 c. July 1. L903, 
•> 



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385 



Cumulative (The) index digest. Wis- 
consin edition. v. 1, no. 4. June, 
W03. 34137 

Fiske&co., Springfield, 111. B 38419, 
Nov. 17, 1902; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Current literature, v. 34, no. 6. June, 

1903. 34138 

The Current literature publishing 

company, New York, X. Y. B 53150, 

May 27,' 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

■ v. 35, no. 1. July, 1903. 34139 

The Current literature publishing 
company, New York, N. Y r . B 55218, 
June 29,' 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Daily racing form, folio. Chicago, v. 9, 

no. 154. Sunday, June 28, 1903; 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34140 
v. 9, no. 155. Tuesday, June 30, 

1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34141 

Frank H. Brunell, Chicago, 111. B 

54186-54187, June 15, 1903. 

Dickerman's United States treasury coun- 
terfeit detector, v. 20, no. 7. July, 
1903. 34142 

John Holler, New York, N. Y. B 
42196, Dec. 26, 1902; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Digit, v. 2, no. 6. 34143 

TheMuralo company, New Brighton, 
N. Y. B 54579, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
July 1, 1903. 

Dog (The), v. 2, no. 12, June 16, 1903. 

2 c. June 17, 1903. 34144 
v. 2, no. 13, June 30, 1903; 1 c. July 

3, 1903; 1 c. July 6, 1903. 3414*5 

The Dog, Philadelphia, Pa., B 54188- 

54189, June 15, 1903. 

Eastern drug market, v. 6, no. 2. July, 

1903. 34148 

Eastern drug company, Boston, Mass. 

B 38643, Nov. 22, 1902; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Eclectic (The) medical journal, v. 63, 

no. 7. July, 1903. 34147 

The Scudder bro.'s co.. Cincinnati, 

Ohio. B 41630, Dec. 24, 1902; 2 c. 

July 1, 1903. 

June 
34148 

- v. 29, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 34149 

— v. 29, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 34150 

— v. 29, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 
June 29, 1903. 34151 

The Economist publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. B 43042-43045, Jan. 2, 
1903. 



Economist (The), v. 29, no. 23. 
6, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Electrical review, v. 42, no. 
6, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



June 
34152 



Electrical review — Continued. 

v. 42, no. 24. June 13, 11)03. 2 c. 

June 13,1903. 34153 

v. 42, no. 25. June 20, 190:5. 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 34154 

v. 42, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34155 

Electrical review publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B 40835- 
40838, Dec. 18, 1902. 

Electrical world and engineer, v. 41, 
no. 23. June 6, 1903. ' 2 c. June 8, 

34156 

June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

34157 

June 20, 1903. 2 c. 



1903. 

— v. 41, no. 24 
June 13, 1903. 

— v. 41, no. 25 
June 20, 1903. 

— v. 41, no. 26, 
June 27, 1903. 



34158 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. 
34159 

McGraw publishing company, Xew 
York, N. Y. B 40738-40741, Dec. 16, 
1902. 

Engineering (The) and mining journal, 
v. 75, no. 23. June 6, 1903. 2'c. June 



8, 1903. 

— v. 75, no. 24. 
June 15, 1903. 

— v. 75, no. 25. 
June 23, 1903. 

— v. 75, no. 26, 
June 29, 1903. 



June 13, 190^ 



June 13, 1903. 

— v. 47, no. 25. 
June 20, 1903. 

— v. 47, no. 26. 
June 27, 1903. 



34160 

2 c. 

34161 

June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

34162 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

34163 

The Engineering and rninino; journal, 
New Y'ork. X. Y. B 53627-53630, June 
6, 1903. 

Engineering (The) record, v. 47, no. 23. 
June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 34164 
- v. 47, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

34165 

June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

34166 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

34167 

McGraw publishing company. New 
York, N. Y. B 42940-42943, June 2, 
1903. 

Etude (The), v. 21, no. 7. July, 1903. 

34168 

Theo. Presser, Philadelphia, Pa. B 

41302, Dec. 20, 1902; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Evening (The) bulletin. Monday, June 
29, 1903. 2 c. June 30, 1903. * 34169 

Tuesday, June 30, 1903. 2 c. July 1, 

1903. 34170 

Wednesday, July 1, 1903. 2 c. July 

2, 1903. 34171 
Thursdav, July 2, 1903. 2 c. July 

3, 1903. 34172 
Friday, July 3, 1903. 2 c. July 6, 

1903. 34173 

The Bulletin company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. B 51876-51880, Apr. 25, 1903. 



163 



386 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTEIES 



Evening hours, v. 4, no. 3. July, 1903. 

* 34174 
Evening hours publishing company, 
Weehawken, N. J. B 55084, June 26, 
1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Evening (The) post. v. 102. Mondav, 

June 29, 1903. 2 c. June 30, 1903. 34175 
v. 102. Tuesdav, June 30, 1903. 2 

c. July 1, 1903. 34176 

New York evening post co., New 

York, N. Y. B 52988-52989, May 23, 

1903. 



Evening (The) sun. 
day, June 29, 1903 



v. 17, no. 90. Mon- 



c. June 30. 1903. 
34177 

— v. 17, no. 91. Tuesdav, June 30, 
1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34178 

— v. 17, no. 92. Wednesday, Julv 1, 
1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34179 

— v. 17, no. 93. Thursday, Julv 2, 
1903. 2 c. July 3, 1903. 34180 

— v. 17, no. 94. Friday, Julv 3, 1903. 
2 c. July 6, 1903. 34181 

— v. 17, no. 95. Saturday, July 4, 1903. 



2 c. Julv 6, 1903 



34182 



The Sun printing and publishing as- 
sociation, New York, N. Y. B 44544- 
44549, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Kvervwhere. v. 12, no. 5. Julv, 1903. 

34183 
Everywhere publishing company, 
Brooklvn, N. Y. B 55142, June 27, 
1903; 2 c. June 2D. L903. 



Farm and ranch, v. 22. no. 23. 

6, 1903. 2c. Junes. L903. 
v. 22, no. 24. June 13, 

June 16, 1903. 



190;] 



June 

34184 

2 c. 

34185 

- v. 22, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 34186 

v. 23, no. 26. June 27. L903. 2 c. 

July 3, 1903. 34187 

Texas farm and ranch publishing 
company, Dallas, Tex. B 51642-51645, 
A pi'. 2!. L903. 

Federal reporter [weekly], 8° [St. Paul]. 

v. 122. no. 2. June 25, L903. 34188 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 54778, June 22, 1903; 2 c. 

June 29, L903. 

v. 122, no. 3. July 2, 1903. 34189 

West publishing company, si. Paul, 
Minn. P, 55204, June 29, 1903; 2 c. 
July 6, 1903. 

Field and stream, v. 8, no. 3. Julv, 

1903. 34190 

John P. Burkhard corporation, New 

York, X. Y. B 52958, May 23, 1903; 

2-. Julv o, Phi:;. 



Fishing (The) gazette, v. 20, no. 23. 

June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34191 
v. 20, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 34192 
v. 20, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 34193 
v. 20, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34194 

G. E. Jennings, New York, N. Y. 

B 50970-50973, Apr. 6, 1903. 

Floral life. v. 1 , no. 6. Julv, 1903. 

34195 
Floral life publishing companv, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. B 55164, June 27, 1903; 
2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Florida magazine, v. 7, no. 1. Julv, 

1903. 34196 

G. D. Ackerly, Jacksonville, Fla. 

B 52544, May 9, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Flour trade news. v. 3, no. 2. 34197 

Wm. K. Gregorv co., New York, 

N. Y. B 53493, June 4, 1903; 2 c. July 

3, 1903. 

Forestry and irrigation. July, 1903. 

34198 

H. M. Suter, Washington, D. C. B 

40806, Dec. 18, 1902; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Forum (The) . v. 35, no. 1. July, Sept., 

1903. 34199 

The Forum publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 53321, June 1, 1903; 

2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Four (The) track news. v. 5, no. 1. 

July, 1903. 34200 

George II. Daniels, New York, N. Y. 

P> 55071, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 

1903. 

Frontier (The) monthly, v. 2, no. 5. 

June, 1903. 34201 

The Western publishing company, 

Denver, Colo. B 54771, June 22, 1903; 

2 c. June 20, L903. 

( hardening, v. 11, no. 260. July 1, 1903. 

84202 
The Gardening co., Chicago, 111. B 
52428, May 6, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Garment (The) manufacturer, v. 10, 

no. 5. June, 1903. 34203 

Root newspaper association, New 

York, N. Y. B 39747, Dec. 10, 1902; 

2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Golden days for bovs and girls, v. 24, 

no. 34. 'July 4, 1903. 34204 

James Elverson, Philadelphia, Pa. 

P» 54743, June 20, 1903; 2c. June 24, 1903. 

v. 24, no. 35. July 11, 1903. 34205 

James Kherson, Philadelphia, Pa. 

P. 55 13!), J une 27, P)03; 2c. June 30. 1903. 



104 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALS 



387 



Poll v. 1:5. no. 1. July, L90& 34206 

Harper & brothers,New York, N. V. 

B 53816, June 12, L903;2c. July 2. 1903. 

Good literature. v. 11, no. 12 July, 

1903. 34207 

F. M. Lupton. New York, X. Y. B 

53104, May 20, 1903; 2 e. July 3,, 1903. 

Grand Rapids (The") furniture record. 

v. 7. no. 2. July, 1903. 34208 

Grand Rapids furniture record CO., 

Grand Rapids, Mich. B 547-10. June 

20, 1903: 2 c. July 0. WO:). 

Grocery world, v. 35, no. 22. June 1, 
1903.' 2 e. June 1, 1903. 34209 

v. 35, no. 23. June 8, 1903. 2 c. 

June 8, 1903. 34210 

v. 35, no. 24. June 15. 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 34211 

v. 35, no. 25. June 22, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 34212 

v. 35, no. 26. June 29, 1903. 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34213 

Grocery world pub. eo., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. * B 52914-52918, May 18,1903. 

Gunton's magazine, v. 25, no. 1. July, 

1903. 34214 

The Gunton company, New York. 

N. Y. B 39309, Dec. 5, 1902; 2 c. July 

3, 1903. 

Haberdasher (The), v. 38, no. 1. July. 

1903. 342i-5 

The JosephTV. Gibson co. , Xew York, 

X. Y. B 54863, June 24, 1903: 2 c. 

July 6, 1903. 

Home and flowers, v. 14. no. 3. July, 

1903. 342i6 

The Floral publishing company. 

Springfield, Ohio. B 43637, Jan. 2, 

1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Home science magazine, v. 19, no. 4. 

July, 1903. 34217 

Home science publishing company, 

Boston, Mass. B 50750, Mar. 23, 1903; 

2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Homefolks. v. 16, no. 1. July, 1903.- 

34218 
George H. Currier, Chicago, 111. B 
55451, July 2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Hot solder, y. 3, no. 3. Apr., 1903. 

34219 

J. L. Perkins & co., Chicago, 111. B 

50633, Mar. 28, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Housekeeper (The), v. 26, no. 9. July, 
1903. 34220 

The Housekeeper corporation, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. B 53597, June 6, 1903; 
2 c. June 29, 1903. 

1 



I. C. 8. messenger. New series, no. 0. 

June 20, 1903. 34221 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. B 54740, June 20, 1903; 

2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Ice and refrigeration, v. 25, no. 1. July 
1, 1903. 34222 

H. S. Rich & co., Chicago, 111. B 
41910, Dec. 29, 1902; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Illustrated (The) Buffalo express. June 
21, 1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. 34223 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

34224 

June 28, 1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

34225 

July 4, 1903. 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

34226 

July 5, 1903. 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

34227 
The J. X. Matthews co., Buffalo, 
X. Y. B 45392-45396. Jan. 3, 1903. 

Illustrated (The) family herald, v. 27, 

no. 6. July, 1903. . 34228 

Lane's list, inc., Augusta, Me. B 

51132, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Illustrated (The) milliner, v. 4, no. 6. 
June, 1903. 34229 

Calcutt & Macomber publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B 47500, Jan. 
28, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Illustrated (The) police news. June 6, 
1903. 2 c. May 20, 1903. 34230 

June 13, 1903. 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

34231 

June 20, 1903. 2 c. June 4, 1903. 

34232 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

34233 
Alden, Boston, Mass. B 43016-43019, 
Jan. 2, 1903. 

Implement (The) age. v. 21, no. 10. 
May 7, 1903. 2 c. June 13, 1903. 34234 

v. 21, no. 11. May 21, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34235 

v. 21, no. 12. June 4, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34236 

Xolan publishing company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. B 46030-46032, Jan. 7, 1903. 

India rubber world, y. 28, no. 4. July 
1, 1903. 34237 

The India rubber publishing com- 
pany, Xew York, X. Y. B 55085, 
June 26, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Indoors and out. v. 2, no. 6. June, 

1903. 34238 

Robert F. Day & co., Xew York, 

X. Y. B 52343," May 4, 1903; 2 c. 

June 12. 1903. 



<35 



388 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



v. 31, 



no. 4. 
34239 



Inland (The) printer 
July, 1903. 

The Inland printer co., Chicago, 111 
B 39232, Dec. 4, 1902; 2 c. Julv 3, 1903 



Interior (The), no. 1723 

2 c. June 4, 1903. 
no. 1724. June 11, 1903 



11, 1903. 

— no. 1725. June 18, 1903. 
18, 1903. 

— no. 1726. June 25, 1903. 
25, 1903. 

The Interior, Chicago, 111. 
40452. Dec. 15, 1902. 



June 4, 1903. 

34240 
2 c. June 

34241 
2 c. June 

34242 
2 c. June 

34243 
B 40449- 



International journal of surgery, v. 16, 

no. 7. July, 1903. 34244 

International journal of surgery. 

New York, N. Y. B 41648, Dec" 26, 

1902; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

International medical magazine, v. 12, 

no. 6. June, 1903. 34245 

E. B. Treat & co., Xew York, X. Y. 

B 45546, Jan. 5, 1903; 1 c. June 19, 

1903; 1 c. July 2, 1903. 
International iThe) socialist review, v. 

3, no. 12. June 1, 1903. 34246 

Charles H. Kerr & co., Chicago, 111. 

B 51993. Apr. 27, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 

1903. 
Irrigation (The) age. v. 18, no. 7. 

May, 1903. 34247 

The D. H. Anderson publishing 

company, Chicago, 111. B 52693, May 

14, 1903'; 1 c. .May 18. 1903; 1 c. June 

20, 1903. 
Jersevman (The), v. 9, no. 1. Feb., 

1903. 34248 

H. E. Deats, Flemington, X. J. B 

54767, June 22, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 
Jewelers' (The) circular, no. 18. June 



3,1903. 2 c. June 4, 1903 

— no. 19. 
12, 1903. 

— no. 20. 
18, 1903. 

.lime 24, 1903 



.lime 10, 1903. 
June 17, 1903. 



34249 
2 c. June 

34250 
2 c. June 

34251 
2 c. June 

34252 



no. 21 

26, 1903. 
The Jewelers' circular publishing 

company, New York, X. Y. B 47529- 

47532, Jan. 28, 1903. 
Jewish comment, v. 17, no. 9. June 

12, 1903. 2 c. June 13, 1903. 34253 
v. 17, no. 10. June 19, 1903. 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 34254 
v. 17, no. 11. June 26, 1903. 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 34255 
V. 17, no. 12. July 3, 1903. 2 c. 

July 6, 1903. 34256 

The* Jewish comment publishing 

company, Baltimore, Md. B 55412- 

55415, July 1, 1903. 



Journal of cutaneous diseases, including 
syphilis, v. 21, no. 7. July, 1903. 

34257 

The Grafton press, New York, N. Y. 

B 41170, Dec. 19, 1902; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Journal (The) of electricity power and 

gas. y. 13, no. 6. June,' 1903. 34258 

The Journal of electricity publishing 

company, San Francisco, Cal. B 54353, 

June 17,' 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Journal (The) of neryousand mental dis- 
ease, v. 30, no. 7. July, 1903. 34259 
Smith Ely Jelliffe, Xew York, N. Y. 
B 42881, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Journal (The) of political economy, v. 

II, no. 3. June, 1903. 34260 
The University of Chicago, Chicago. 

III. B 35282, Sept. 2, 1902; 1 c. June 
25, 1903, 1 c. July 6, 1903. 

Journal (The) of the American chemical 
society, v. 25, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34261 
William A. Xoyes, chairman, etc. 
Terre Haute, Ind. B 41725, Dec. 26, 



190: 



June 29, 1903. 



Journal (The) of the American medical 

association, v. 40, no. 23. June 6, 1903. 

2 c. June 6, 1903. 34262 
v. 40, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34263 
v. 40, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 34264 
y. 40, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34265 

The American medical association, 

Chicago, 111. B 45093-45096, Jan. 2. 

1903. 

Journal (The) of the military seryice in- 
stitution. July, 1903. 34266 

The Military seryice institution of the 
United States. ( lovernors Island, N. Y. 
B 39757, Dec. 10, 1902; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Judge, no. 1129. June 6, 1903. 2 c. May 



29, 1903. 




34267 


— no. 1130. 


June 13, 1903. 


2 c. June 


4, 1903. 




34268 


— no. 1131. 


June 20, 1903. 


2 c. June 


11, 1903. 




34269 


— no. 1132. 


June 27, 1903. 


2 c. June 


is, 1903. 




34270 


— no. 1133. 


July 4, 1903. 


2 c. June 


25, 1903. 




34271 


Judge company, New York, X. Y. 


B 43577-435S1, Jan. 2, 1903. 





Judge's library, no. 172. July. 1903. 

34272 

Judge company, Xew York, N. Y. 

B53223,May 28,1903; 2c. June 27. 190:;. 



160 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALS 



389 



Judicious advertising, v. L, no. S. June, 

L903. 34273 

Daniel M. Lord and Ambrose L. 

Thomas. Chicago, III. B 53634, June 

6, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Junior (The) Baptist union, v. 5, no. 

10. July, 1903. 34274 

Baptist voung people's union of 

America, Chicago, 111. B 41997, Dec. 



18, 1902; 



June 22, 1003. 



Keramie studio, v. 5, no. 3. July, 1003. 

34275 
Keramie studio publishing company, 
Syracuse, X. Y. B 51970, Apr. 27. 
1003: 2 e. June 26, 1003. 

Key (The) note. v. 3, no. 12. July, 

1003. 34276 

M. Doyle Marks, Elmira, N. A". B 

39924, Dee. 11, 1902; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Lace (The) maker, v. 1, no. 4. Apr., 

1903. 34277 

D. S. Bennett. New York, N. Y. B 

54455, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

v. 1, no. 5. May, 1903. 34278 

. D. S. Bennett, New York, N. Y. B 

54456, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

v. 1, no. 6. June, 1903. 34279 

D. S. Bennett, New York, N. Y. B 

54457, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

v. 1, no. 7. July, 1903. 34280 

D. S. Bennett, New York, N. Y. B 
55065, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Ladies' (The) herald, v. 1, no. 6. May, 

1903. 34281 

William Freeman, New York. N. Y. 

B 53794, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 

1903. 

Ladies (The) home journal, v. 20. no. 8. 

July, 1903. 34282 

The Curtis publishing company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. B 47077, Jan. 20, 

1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Ladies (The) world, v. 24, no. 7. Julv, 

1903. 24283 

S. H. Moore & co., New York, N. Y. 

B 52706, May 15. 1903; 2 c. June 22, 

1903. 

Larkin (The) idea. June, 1903. 34284 

Larkin soap co., Buffalo, X. Y. B 

53800, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Lav/ notes, v. 7, no. 4. July, 1903. 

34285 
Edward Thompson company, North- 
port, N. Y. B 39494, Dec. 9, 1902; 2 c. 
July 3, 1903. 



Lee's magazine. 

1003. 



10, no. 12. May, 
34286 



Olive B. Lee, New Orleans. La. B 
48662, Feb. 20, 1003; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Legal (The) intelligencer [weekly] folio, 

Philadelphia, v. 60, no. 24. June 12, 

1903. 34287 

Howard W. Page, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 53870, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

v. 60, no. 25. June 19, 1903. 34288 

Howard W. Page, Philadelphia, Pa. 
B 54591, June 19, 1903; 2c. June20,1003. 

v. 60, no. 26. June 26, 1903. 34289 

Howard W. Page, Philadelphia, Pa. 
B 55081, June 26, 1903; 2c. June 27, 1903. 

Leslie's weekly, no. 2491. June 4, 1903. 

34290 
2 c. June 

34291 
2 c. June 

34292 
2 c. June 

34293 



2 c. June 4, 1903. 

— no. 2492. June 11, 1903. 
10, 1903. 

— no. 2493. 
20, 1903. 

— no. 2494. 
25, 1903. 



June 18, 1903. 
June 25, 1903. 



Judge company, New York, N. Y. 
B 43602-43605, Jan. 2, 1903. 



Life. no. 1075. 

2, 1903. 
no. 1076. 

9, 1903. 
no. 1077. 

16, 1903. 
no. 1078. 

23, 1903. 



June 4, 1903. 
June 11, 1903. 
June 18, 1903. 
June 25, 1903. 



2 c. June 

34294 
2 c. June 

34295 
2 c. June 

34296 
2 c. June 

34297 



Life publishing company, New York, 
N. Y. B 41220-41232. Dec, 19, 1902. 

Life insurance courant. v. 8, no. 11. 

June 4, 1903. 34298 

A. J. Flitcraft, Oak Park, 111. B 

53801, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Life (The) insurance independent, v. 

15, no. 6. June, 1903. 34299 

Life insurance independent publish- 

ing comuany, New York, N. Y. B 

52999, May 23, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Lippincott's monthly magazine, no. 427. 

July, 1903. 34300 

J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia, 

Pa. B 55334, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 

18, 1903. 

List of buvers. Automobile, no. 206. 

March, 1*903. 34301 

The Buyers' reference companv, New 

York, N. Y. B 53703, June 8, 1903; 2 

c. June 9, 1903. 

no. 214. June, 1903. 34302 

The Buyers' reference co., inc.. New 
York, N.'Y. B 55143, June 27, 1903; 
2 c. June 27, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTKIES 



Mail (The) order journal 
July, 1903, 

Louis Guenther, Chicago, 111. B 
53148, May 27, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 



List of buvers — Continued. 

Plumbers, no. 213. June, 1903. 

34303 
The Buvers' reference co., inc., New 
York, N. Y. B 54224, June 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Street railway. no. 212. June, 

1903. 34304 

The Buvers' reference company, New 
York, N. Y. B 53701, June 8, 1903; 2 
c. June 9, 1903. 

Literary (The) collector, v. 6, no. 1. 

May, 1903. 34305 

The Literary collector press, inc., 

Greenwich, Conn. B 54160, June 15, 

1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Little (The) chronicle, v. 7, no. 10. 
June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 5, 1903. 34306 

v. 7, no. 11. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 34307 

v. 7. uo. 12. June 20, 1903. 2 c. ! 

June 19, 1903. 34308 

v. 7, no. 13. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26, 1903. 34309 

The Little chronicle publishing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. B 50533-50536, 
Mar. 27, 1903. 

Log (The), v. 7, no. 7. 34310 

Will Graham, Blue Point, L. I., N. Y. 

B 53659, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Lyceum night, no. 48. June, 1903. 

34311 
Lyceum publishing company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 54748, June 20, 1903; 2 
c. June 2p, 1903. 

McCall' s magazine, v. 30, no. 12. Aug., 

1903. 34312 

The McCall company, New York, 

X. Y. B 47435, Jan. 27, 1903; 2 c. June 

25, 1903. 

McClure'e magazine, v. 21, no. 3. July, 

L903. 343i3 

S. S. McClure, New York, X. Y. B 

54232, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Machinery; engineering edition, v. 1, 

no. 11. " July, L903. 34314 

The Industrial press. New York, 

N. Y. B 37037, Sept. 16, 1902; 2 c. 

July 3, 1903. 

Mahin's magazine, y. 2, no. 4. July. 
1903. 343i5 

John Lee Mahin, Chicago, 111. B 
55402. July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 



y. 6, no. 8. 
34316 



Marine engineering. 
1903. 



v. 8, no. 7. July. 
343i7 

Marine engineering, New York, N.Y. 
B 41101, Dec. 16, 1902; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Masters in art. v. 4, no. 7. July, 1903. 

34318 
Bates & Guild company, Boston, 
Mass. B 38524, Nov. 11, 1902; 2 c. June 
29, 1903. 

Mayflower (The). July, 1903. 34319 
The Mayflower publishing company, 
Floral Park, N. Y. B 46960, Jan. 17. 
1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Medical (The) age. v. 21, no. 11. June 

10, 1903. 34320 

William M. Warren, Detroit, Mich. 

B 53965, June 15,1903; 2 c. June 17,1903. 

Medical news. v. 82, no. 23. June 6, 
1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 34321 

- y. 82, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

34322 
2 c. 



June 13, 1903. 

— v. 82, no. 25. 
June 20, 1903. 

— v. 82, no. 26. 
June 27. 1903. 



June 20, 1903. 



34323 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

34324 

Lea brothers & co., New York, N.Y. 
B 43073-43076, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Medical record, v. 63, no. 23. June 6, 

1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 34325 
v. 63, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34326 
v. 63, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 34327 
v. 6'A, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 34328 

William Wood and company, New 

York, N. Y. B 50783-50786, Mar. 31, 

L903. 

Medical review of reviews, v. 9, no. 
5. May 25, 1903. 34329 

Medical review of reviews, Xew 
York, N. Y. B 47612, Jan. 30, 1903; 
2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Medicine, v. 9, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34330 
William M. Warren, Detroit, Mich. 
B 53964, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 6. 
1 903. 

Medico-pharmaceutical (The) critic and 
guide, v. 1, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34331 
Wm. J. Robinson, New York, N. Y. 
B 52938, May 22, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 
1903. 

Mekeel's weekly stamp news. y. 17, no. 

23. June 6, 1903,. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

34332 
v. 17, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 34333 



168 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALS 



391 



Ifekeel's weeklv stamp news — Cont'd. 

v. 17. no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 34334 

v. 17. no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26, L903. 34335 

Mekeel-Redfield-Severn CO., New- 
York, X. Y. 8 51610-51613, Apr. 20, 
1903. 



Julv, 
34336 



Men and women, v. 1, no. 8. 
1903. 

The Men and women publishing com- J 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. B 51002, 
Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Men's wear. v. 15, no. 3. June 12, 

1903. 34337 

Waldo-Fairchild company, Chicago, 

111. B 54218, June 15. 1903; 2 c. June 

15, 1903. 

Mercantile (The) adjuster, v. 18, no. 1. 

July, 1903. 34338 

The Mercantile adjuster publishing 

company, St. Louis, Mo. B 43661, 

Dec. 19,' 1902; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Merchants record and show window. J 
y. 13, no. 1. July, 1903. 34339 

The Merchants record company, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 39845, Dec. 11, 1902; 2 c. 
July 6, 1903. 

Merck's archiyes. v. 5, no. 6. June, 

1903. 34340 

Merck & co., New Y'ork', N. Y. B 

53793, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Messenger (The) v. 40, no. 1. 1903. 

34341 

The Messenger, New Y^ork, X. Y. 

B 42976, Jan. 2,1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 



Mind. v. 12, no. 4. July, 1903. 34346 
The Alliance; publishing company, 
New York, X. Y. B 50097, Mar. 21, 
1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

Mines and minerals, v. 23, no. 11. June, 

1903. 34347 

International textbook co., Scranton, 

Pa. B 53235, May 29, 1903; 2 c. May 

29, 1903. 

y. 23, no. 12. July, 1903. 34348 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. B 55140, June 27, 1903; 
2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Mining reporter, v. 47, no. 23. June 4, 

34349 

1903. 2 c. 

35350 



1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

— v. 47, no. 24. June 11, 
June 15, 1903. 

— y. 47. no. 25. 
June 22, 1903. 

— y. 47, no. 26. 
June 29, 1903. 



June 18, 
June 25, 



1903 



1903. 



Metal i The) industry 
1903. 



y. 9, no. 6. 



June, 
34342 



The Metal industry publishing com- 
pany, New York, X. Y. B 52903, May 
15, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Metaphysical (The) magazine, v. 17, 

no. 4/ Apr., June, 1903. 34343 

The Philosophic company, Xew 

York, X. Y. B 55215, June 29, 1903; 

2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Metropolitan (The) and rural home. v. 

13, no. 1. July, 1903. 34344 

The Metropolitan and rural home, 

New Y T ork, X. Y T . B 55089, June 26, 

1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Mill Owners, v. 2, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34345 
The Mill Owner's co., Xew York, 
X. Y. B 52488, May 7, 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 



34351 

c. 
34352 

The Industrial printing and publish- 
ing company, Denyer, Colo. B 43371- 
43374, Jan. 2, 1903. 

Miroir (Le) des modes. July, 1903. 

34353 
The Butterick publishing company, 
limited, Xew Y^ork, X. Y. B 5379*7, 
June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Missionary (The) reyiew. y. 16, no. 7. 

July, 1903. 34354 

Funk & Wagnalls company. Xew 

Y T ork, X. Y T . B 54737, June 19, 1903; 

2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Modern philology, v. 1, no. 1. June, 

1903. 34355 

The Lmiversitv of Chicago, Chicago, 

111. B 53343, June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 

8, 1903; 1 c. June 26, 1903. 

Modern (The) Priscilla. July, 1903. 

34356 

Wm. X. Hartshorn, Boston, Mass. 

B 40360, Dec. 15, 1902; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Molineux choir library, v. 9, no. 54. 

June, 1903. 2 c. June 11, 1903. 34357 
y. 10, no. 55. July, 1903. 2 c. June 

11, 1903. 34358 

Geo. Molineux, XewY'ork, X.Y. B 

53765-53766, June 9, 1913. 

Monist (The), v. 13, no. 4. Julv, 1903. 

34359 
The Open court publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. B 47585, Jan. 29, 190*3. 
2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Morning (The) telegraph, v. 65, no. 168. 
Sunday, June 21*7 1903. 2 c. June 22, 
1903. * 34360 



169 



392 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Morning (The) telegraph — Continued. 

v. 65, no. 169. Monday, June 22, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. * 34361 

— v. 65, no. 170. Tuesday, June 23, 



1903 



June 23, 1903. 



34362 



65, no. 171. Wednesday, June 24, 



1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. 



34363 



— y. 65, no. 172. Thursday, June 25, 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. 34364 
65, no. 173. Friday, June 26, 1903. 

2 c. June 26, 1903. 34365 
y. 65, no. 174. Saturday, June 27, 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. 34366 
v. 65, no. 175. Sunday, June 28, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. 34367 
v. 65, no. 176. Monday, June 29, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. " 34368 
v. 65, no. 177. TuesdaY, June 30, 

1903. 2 c. June 30, 1903. ' 34369 
y. 65, no. 178. Wednesday, July 1, 

1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34370 
y. 6b, no. 179. ThursdaY, July 2, 

1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34371 
y. 65, no. 180. Friday. July 3. 1903. 

2 c. July 3, 1903. 34372 
y. 65, no. 181. Saturday, July 4, 

1903. 2 c. July 6, 1903. 34373 

The Morning telegraph publishing 

company, New York. X. Y. B 49136- 

49149, Mar. 3, 1903. 

Motive power, v. 2, no. 2. June, 1903. 

34374 
Master steam boiler makers publish- 
ing association, Chicago, III. B551S3, 
June 19. 1903: 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Municipal journal and engineer, v. 15. 
no. 1. July, 1903. 34375 

Municipal journal publishing com- 
pany. New York, X. Y. 15 39539. Dec. 
9, 1902; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Munsey's magazine, y. 29, no. 4. July, 

L903. 34376 

The Frank A. Munsey company, New 

York, X. Y. B 53432,' June 2, i903; 2 
c. June 17, 1903. 

Musical record and review, no. 498. 

July 1, 1903. 34377 

Oliver Ditson company, Boston, Mass. 

B 55470, July 2, 1903; 2*c. July 2, 1903. 

.Musical (The) world, v. 3, no. 7. July, 

190:5. 34378 

Musical world publishing company, 

Boston, Muss. B 55185, June 29, 1903; 

2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Musician (The), v. 8, no. 6. June, 
L903. 34379 



Xational (The) engineer, v. 7, no. 6. 

June 1,1903. 2 c. June 10, 1903. 34381 
y. 7, no. 7. Julv 1, 1903. 2 c. June 

29, 1903. 34382 

Otto Luhr, Chicago, 111. B 48189- 

48190, Feb. 9, 1903. 

Xational (The) farmer, y. 25, no. 7. 

July, 1903. 34383 

Lane's list, inc., Augusta, Me. B 

54134, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

National (The) fruit grower, v. 8, no. 

6. June 15, 1903. 34384 
The Fruit growers publishing com- 
pany, St. Joseph, Mich. B 54789, June 
22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Xational (The) nurseryman, v. 11, no. 

7. , July 1903. 34385 
Chas. L. Yates, Rochester, N. Y. B 

41189, Dec. 19, 1902; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Xational oil reporter, v. 4, no. 17. June 

6, 1903. 34386 

General publishing company, Xew 

York, N. Y. B 53792, June 6, 1903; 

2 c. June 8, 1903. 

v. 4, no. 18. June 13, 1903. 34387 

General publishing company, Xew 
York, X. Y. B 53879, June 13, 1903; 
2 c. June 13, 1903. 

v. 4, no. 19. June 20, 1903. 34388 

General publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 54744, June 20, 1903; 
2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Xational (The) police gazette, no. 1346. 
June 6, 1903. 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

34389 





no. 1347. 


June 


13, 


1903. 


2 c. June 


3, 


1903. 










34390 




no. 1348. 


June 


20, 


1903. 


2< 


2. June 


11 


, 1903. 










34391 




no. 1349. 


June 


27, 


1903. 


2< 


'. June 


17 


, 1903. 










34392 




Richard K 


. Fox 


, Xew York, 


X. Y. 



B 39782-39785, Dec. 9, 1902. 

New century path. v. 6, no. 26. May 
10, 1903. "2 c. May 14, 1903. 34393 



— v. ti, no. 2'< . 

May 23, 1903. 
y. 6, no. 28. 

May 28, 1903. 
V. 6, no. 29. 

June 5, 1903. 



— V. 6, no. 30. 
15, 1903. 

— v. 6, no. 31 

Hatch isic co., Philadelphia, Pa. B | Jun , e % 0> 3jj 03 oo 

53836, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. j^ °g 19Q3 

National (The) eclectic medical journal. 

V. 1, no. 3. July, 1903. 34380 

A. I'. Stephens, St. Louis, Mo. B 

52935, May 22, 1903; 2 c. Julv 6, 1903. 

170 



May 17, 1903. 2 c. 

34394 
Mav 24, 1903. 2 c. 

34395 

Mav 31, 1903. 2 c. 
34396 

June 7, 1903. 



2c. June 

34397 

June 14, 1903. 2 c. 

34398 

June 21, 1903. 2 c. 

34399 

June 28, 1903. 2 c. 

34400 

Katharine Tingley, Point Lorna, Cal. 

B 53674-53681, June 8, 1903. 



— v. 6, no. 33 
July 3, 1903 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALS 



393 



New England(The) homestead [weekly], 
quarto, New York. v. 46, no. 23. June 

6, 1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 34401 
v. 40, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34402 
v. 4(i. no. 25. June 20, 100:5. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 34403 
v. 4(), no. 20. June 27, 1003. 2 e. 

June 27, L903. 34404 

Orange J mid company, New York, 

N. Y. B 40334-40337, Jan. 10, 1903. 

New England magazine, v. 28, no. 5. 

July, 1003. 34405 

America company, Boston, Mass. 

B 48075, Feb. 9, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1003. 

tfew idea woman's magazine, v. 9, no. 

8. Aug., 1903. 34406 

The New idea publishing company, 

New York, X. Y. B 54804, June 23, 

1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

New ideas, v. 16, no. 5. June 15, 1903. 

34407 
J. Mervin Fogelsanger, Philadelphia, 
Pa. B 50942, Apr. 4, 1903; 2 c. June 
10, 1903. 

New (The) metropolitan, v. 18, no. 4. 
July, 1903. 34408 

The Metropolitan magazine com- 
pany. New York, X. Y. B 49383, Mar. 

7, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

New Orleans American, v. 2, no. 2. 

June, 1903. 34409 

W. P. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

53729, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

New Orleans journal, y. 2, no. 2. June, 

1903. 34410 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

53730, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

New thought, v. 12, no. 7. July, 1903. 

34411 
New thought publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. B 55216, June 29, 1903; 
2 c. June 29, 1903. 

New York American; daily, folio, New 

York. no. 7475. Monday, June 8,1903. 

2 c. June 8, 1903. 34412 
no. 7476. Tuesday, June 9,1903. 2 c. 

June 9, 1903. 34413 
no. 7477. Wednesday, June 10, 1903. 

2 c. June 10, 1903. 34414 
no. 7478. Thursday, June 11, 1903. 

2 c. June 11, 1903. 34415 
no. 7479. Friday, June 12, 1903. 2 

c. June 12. 1903. 34416 
no. 7480. Saturday, June 13, 1903. 

2 c. June 13, 1903. 34417 
no. 7481. Monday, June 15, 1903. 2 

c. June 15, 1903. 34418 
no. 7482 Tuesday, June 16, 1903. 

2 c. June 16, 1903. 34419 

2264—03 3 1 



New York American— Continued. 

no. 74S3. Wednesday, June 17, 

1903. 2 c. June 17. L903. 34420 
no. 74S4. Thursday, June 18, 1903. 

2 c. June IS, 1003. 34421 
no. 7485. Friday, June 10, 1903. 2 

C. June 10, 1903. 34422 
no. 7480. Saturday, June 20, 1903. 

2 c. June 20, 1903. 34423 
no. 74S7. Monday, June 22, 1903. 

2 c. June 22, 1003. 34424 
no. 7488. Tuesday, June 23, 1903. 

2 c. June 23, 1903. 34425 
no. 7489. Wednesday, June 24, 

1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. * 34426 
no. 7490. Thursday, June 25, 1903. 

2 c. June 25, 1903. 34427 
no. 7491. Friday, June 26, 1903. 2 

c. June 26, 1903. 34428 
no. 7492. Saturday, June 27, 1903. 

2 c. June 27, 1903. 34429 
no. 7493. Monday, June 29, 1903. 

2 c. June 29, 1903. 34430 
no. 7494. Tuesday, June 30, 1903. 

2 c. June 30, 1903. 34431 

New York American, New York, 

N. Y. B 53283-53302, May 29, 1903. 
no. 7495. Wednesday, July 1, 1903. 

2 c. July 1, 1903. 34432 
no. 7496. Thursday, July 2, 1903. 

2 c. July 2, 1903. 34433 
no. 7497. Friday, Julv 3, 1903. 2 

c. July 3, 1903. 34434 
no.' 7498. Saturday, July 4, 1903. 

2 c. July 6, 1903. 34435 

New York American, New York, 

N. Y r . B 54962-54965; June 24, 1903. 
New York American and journal, no. 

65. June 7, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

34436 
June 14, 1903. 



— no. 66. 
15, 1903. 

— no. 67. 
22, 1903. 

— no. 68. 
29, 1903. 



June 21, 1903. 
June 28, 1903. 



2 c. June 
34437 

2 c. June 
34438 

2 c. June 
34439 



The New York American and journal, 
New Y^ork, N. Y r . B 53303-53306, May 
29, 1903. 

American magazine supplement. 

June 7, 1903. 34440 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

53740, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

June 14, 1903. 34441 

AY. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 
54739, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Comic supplement. June 7, 1903. 

34442 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

53741, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 
June 14, 1903. 34443 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 
54087, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 



71 



394 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



New York American and journal — Con. 

June 21, 1903. 34444 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

51790, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 
New York evening journal; daily, folio, 

New York. no. 7175. Monday, June 

8, 1903. 2 c. June 9, 1903. * 34445 
no. 7476. Tuesday, June 9, 1903. 2 

c. June 10, 1903. 34446 
no. 7477. Wednesday, June 10, 

1903. 2 c. June 11, 1903.' 34447 
no. 7478. Thursday, June 11, 1903. 

2 c. June 12, 1903. 34448 
no. 7479. Friday, June 12, 1903. 

2 c. June 13, 1903. 34449 
no. 7480. Saturday, June 13, 1903. 

2 c. June 15, 1903. 34450 
no. 7481. Monday, June 15, 1903. 

2 c. June 16, 1903. 34451 
no. 7482. Tuesday, June 16, 1903. 

2 c. June 17, 1903. 34452 
no 7483. Wednesday, June 17, 1903. 

2 c. June 18, 1903. 34453 
no. 7484. Thursday, June 18, 1903. 

2 c. June 19, 1903. 34454 
no. 7485. Friday, June 19, 1903. 2 

c. June 20, 1903. 34455 
no. 7486. Saturday, June 20, 1903. 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 34456 
no. 7487. Monday, June 22, 1903. 

2 c. June 23, 1903. 34457 
no. 748S. Tuesday. June 23, 1903. 

2 c. June 24, 1903. 34458 
no. 7489. Wednesday, June 24. 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. 34459 
no. 7490. Thursday, June 25, 1903. 

2 c. Juno 26, 
no. 7491. 



1903. 34460 

Friday, June 26, 1903. 



1903. 

Saturday 
1903. 

Monday, 



2 c. June 21 

— no. 7492. 
2 c. June 29 

— no. 7493. 
2 c. Juno 30, 1903. 

— no. 7494. Tuesday, 
2 c. July 1, L903. 

New York evening journal 
York, N. V 
1903. 

"495. 



no. 



34461 

27, 1903. 

34462 

29, 1903. 
34463 

30, 1903. 
34464 

New 
B 53257-53276, May 29, 

Wednesday, July 1,1903. 



June 

Juno 
Juno 



2 c. July 2. 1903. 

— no. 7496. Thursday, July 2, 
2 c. July 3, 1903. 

— no. 7497. Friday, Julv 3, 
2 c. July 6, 1903. 

— no. 749S. Saturday, Julv 4, 
2 c. July (i, 19U3. 

Now York evening journal, 



York, 

1903. 



New 



w York (The) family story paper 
[weekly], folio, New York. v. 30, no. 
L552. July 4, 1903. 34469 

Norman L. Munro, New York, N. Y. 
B 54450, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11, 
1903. 



New York (The) family story paper — 
Continued. 

v. 30, no. 1553. Julv 11, 1903. 

34470 
Norman L. Munro, New York, N. Y. 
B 54452, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 
1903. 

New York (The) fireside companion. 

v. 72, no. 1861. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 5, 1903. 34471 
v. 72, no. 1862. Julv 4, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 34472 

Geo. Munro's sons. New York, N. Y. 

B 53521-53522, June 5, 1903. 

New York (The) herald [daily], folio, 



New York. "Whole no. 24401. 



day, June 14, 1903 



15, 



Whole no. 
1903. 2 c. 
Whole no. 



16, 190;: 



24402. 
Juue 16, 

24403. 
June 17, 



. June 15 

Monday, 
1903. 
Tuesday, 
1903. 



Sun- 

1903. 
34473 

June 
34474 

June 
34475 
, June 
34476 

June 
34477 



— Whole no. 24404. Wednesday 
17,1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

— Whole no. 24405. Thursday 
18,1903. 2 c. June 49, 1903. - 

— Whole no. 24406. Friday, June 19, 
1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. 34478 

— Whole no. 24107. Saturday, June 
20, 1903. 2 c. June 22-, 1903. ' 34479 

— W hole no. 24408 
1903. 2 c. June 23 



— Whole no. 24409. 
1903. 2 c. June 23 

— Whole no. 24410. 
1903. 2 c. June 24 

— Whole no. 24411. 
24, 1903. 2 c 

— Whole no. 



Sunday, June 21, 

1903. 34480 

Monday, June 22, 

1903. 34481 

Tuesday, June 23, 

1903. 34482 

Wednesday, June 

June 25. 1903. '34483 

24412. Thursday, June 



25, 1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. 34484 

— Whole no. 24413. Friday, June 26, 
1903. 2 c. June 27. 1903. 34485 

— Whole no. 24414. Saturday, June 
27,190:;. 2 c. June 29, 1903. ' 34486 

— Whole no. 24415. Sunday, June 28, 
L903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. 34487 

— Whole no. 2441 (i. Monday, June 29. 
1903. 2 c. June 30, 1903. 34488 

— Whole no. 24417. Tuesday, June 30, 
1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34489 

The New York herald company, New 
York, N. Y. B 52669-52685, May 13, 
1903. 

— Whole no. 24418. Wednesday, July 

1, 1903. 2 c. Julv 2, 1903. " 3449*0 

— Whole no. 24419. Thursday, July 

2, 1903. 2 c. Julv 3, 1903. * 3449*1 

— Whole no. 24420. Friday, Julv 3, 
1903. 2 c. Julv 6, 1903. 34492 

— Whole no. 24421 . Saturday, Julv 4, 
1903. 2 c. July 6, 1903. 34*493 

The New York herald company, 
Now York, X. Y. 15 53529-53532, June 
5, 1903. 



172 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIOD rCALS 



395 



New York (The) lumbeT trade journal, 

supplement. July 1. L903. 34494 

The New York lumber trade journal, 

New York, X. Y. B 54917, June 24, 

1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

New York (The) magazine of mysteries, 
v. 5, no. 3. July, 1903. * 34495 

The New York magazine of mys- 
teries, New Y'ork, N. Y. B 54955, 
June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

New York (The) medical journal, v. 

77, no. 23. June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 

8, 1903. 34496 
v. 77, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 16, 1903. 34497 
v. 77, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 23, 1903. 34498 
v. 77, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 30, 1903. 34499 

A. R. Elliott publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. B 46912-46915, Jan, 

2, 1903. 

New York supplement [weekly], 8° [St. 
Paul], y. 82, no. 2. June 8, 1903. 

34500 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 53643, June 6/ 1903; 2 c. 
June 12, 1903. 

y. 82, no. 3. June 15, 1903. 34501 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54121, June 15,' 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 

y. 82, no. 4. June 22, 1903. 34502 

West publishing company, St, Paul, 
Minn. B 54779, June 22,' 1903; 2 c. 
June 25, 1903. 

y. 82, no. 5. June 29, 1903. 34503 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 55203, June 29, 1903; 2 c. 
July 3, 1903. 

New York tribune, v. 63, no. 20657. 

Sunday, June 7, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 

1903. ' 34504 
y. 63, no. 20658. Monday, June 8, 

1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34505 
v. 63, no. 20659. Tuesday, June 9, 

1903. 2 c. June 9, 1903. 34506 
v. 63, no. 20660. Wednesday, June 

10, 1903. 2 c. June 10, 1903. 34507 
v. 63, no. 20661. Thursday, June 

11, 1903. 2 c. June 11, 1903. ' 34508 
y. 63, no. 20662. Friday, June 12, 

1903. 2 c. June 12, 1903. ' 34509 
v. 63, no. 20663. Saturday, June 

13,1903. 2 c. June 13, 1903. ' 34510 
v. 63, no. 20664. Sunday, June 14, 

1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. ' 34511 
v. 63, no. 20665. Monday, June 15, 

1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 34512 
v. 63, no. 20666. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. 34513 



New York tribune — Continued. 

v. 63, no. 20667. Wednesday, June 

17,1903. 2c. June 17, 1903. '34514 
v. 63, no. 20668. Thursday, June 

18,1903. 2 c. June IS, 1903. " 34515 
v. 63, no. 20669. Friday, June 19, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. 34516 
v. 63, no. 20670. Saturday, June 

20, 1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. ' 34517 
y. 63, no. 20671. Sunday, June 21, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. 34518 
v. 63, no. 20672. Monday, June 22, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. 34519 
v. 63, no. 20673. Tuesday, June 23, 

1903. 2 c. June 23, 1903. 34520 
y. 63, no. 20674. Wednesday, June 

24, 1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. " 34521 
v. 63, no. 20675. Thursday, June 

25, 1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. 34522 
y. 63, no. 20676. Friday, June 26, 

1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. ' 34523 
v. 63, no. 20677. Saturday, June 27, 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. 34524 
y. 63, no. 20678. Sunday, June 28, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. 34525 
v. 63, no. 20679. Monday, June 29, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. 34526 
v. 63, no. 20680. Tuesday, June 30, 

1903. 2 c. June 30, 1903. 34527 

The Tribune association, New York, 

N. Y. B 53166-53189, May 27, 1903. 

y. 63, no. 20681. Wednesday, July 

1, 1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. ' 34528 
y. 63, no 20682. Thursday, July 2, 

1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34529 

- — v. 63, no. 20683. Friday, July 3, 

1903. 2 c. July 3, 1903. 34530 
v. 63, no. 20684. Saturday, July 4, 

1903. 2 c. July 6, 1903. 34531 

The Tribune association, New York, 

N. Y. B 55298-55301, June 30, 1903. 

New York tribune farmer. V. 2, no. 83. 

June 4, 1903. 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

34532 
v. 2, no. 84. June 11, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 34533 
y. 2, no. 85. June 18, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 34534 
y. 2, no. 86. June 25, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26, 1903. 34535 

The Tribune association, New York, 

N. Y. B 53156-53159, May 27, 1903. 

New York tribune weekly review, v. 2, 
no. 83. June 6, 1903! 2 c. June 6, 
1903. 34536 

y. 2, no. 84. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 34537 

v. 2, no. 85. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 34538 

y. 2, no. 86. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 27, 1903. 34539 

The Tribune association, New York 
N. Y. B 53152-53155, May 27, 1903. 



173 



390 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



New Yorker staats-zeitung [daily], folio, 

New York. v. 69, no. 142. Monday, 

June 15, 1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

34540 
v. 69, no. 143. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. ' 34541 
y. 69, no. 144. Wednesday, June 

17, 1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. * 34542 
v. 69, no. 145. Thursday, June 18, 

1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. ' 34543 
v. 69, no. 146. Friday, June 19, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. " 34544 
v. 69, no. 147. Saturday, June 20, 

1903. 2 c. June 23, 1903. * 34545 
v. 69, no. 148. Monday, June 22, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. * 34546 
v. 69, no. 149. Tuesday, June 23, 

1903. 2 c. June 23, 1903. * 34547 

■ y. 69, no. 150. Wednesday, June 

24, 1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. " 34548 
v. 69, no. 151. Thursday, June 25, 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. ' 34549 
v. 69, no. 152. Friday, June 26, 

1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. " 3455_0 
y. 69, no. 153. Saturday, June 2/. 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. ' 34551 
v. 69, no. 154. Monday, June 29, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. " 34552 
v. 69, no. 155. Tuesday, June 30, 

1903. 2 c. June 30, 1903. * 34553 
y. 69, no. 156. Wednesday, July 1. 

1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34554 
v. 69, no. 1*57. Thursday, Julv 2, 

1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34555 
y. 69, no. 158. Friday, Julv 3, 1903. 

2 c. July 3, 1903. 34556 
v. 69, no. 159. Saturday, July 4, 

1903. 2 c. July 6, 1903. 34557 

New Yorker staats-zeitung, New 

York, N. Y. B 43808-43825, Jan. 1, 

1903. 

North American; daily, folio, Philadel- 
phia, v. 132. Sunday, June 7, 1903. 
2 C. June 8, 1903. 34558 

v. 132. Mondav, June 8, 1903. 

2 c. June 8, 1903. 34559 

v. 132. Tuesday, June 9, 1903. 

2 c. June 9, 1903. 34560 

V. L32. Wednesday, June 10, 1903. 



June 10, 1903. 



34561 



v. 132. Thursday, June 11, 1903. 

2 e. June 11, 1903. 34562 
v. 132. Friday, June 12, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 34563 
v. 132. Saturday, June 13, 1903. 

2 c. June 13, 1903. ' 34564 

North American company, Philadel- 
phia. Pa. B 50179-50185," Mar. 21, 

1903. 
y. 132. Sunday, June 21, 1903. 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 34565 
y. 132. Monday, June 22, 1903. 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 34566 
V. 132. Tuesday, June 23, 1903. 

2 c. June 23, 1903. ' 34567 

1 



North American — Continued. 

v. 132. Wednesday, June 24, 1903. 

2 c. June 24, 1903. 34568 
v. 132. Thursday, June 25, 1903. 

2 c. June 25, 1903. * 34569 

v. 132. Friday, June 26, 1903. 2 c. 



June 26, 1903. 

— y. 132. Saturdav 

2 c. June 27. 1903. 



34570 

June 27, 1903. 
34571 

- v. 132. Sunday, June 28, 1903. 2 
c. June 29, 1903. ' 34572 

v. 132. Monday, June 29, 1903. 2 

c. June 29, 1903. ' 34573 

v. 132. Tuesday, June 30, 1903. 2 

c. June 30, 1903. 34574 

North American company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. B 50193-50202,* Mar., 21, 
1903. 

y. 132, no. 285. Wednesday, Julv 

1, 1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. * 34575 

v. 132, no. 286. Thursday, July 2, 

1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34576 

y. 132, no. 287. Friday, July 3, 

1903. 2 c. July 3, 1903. 34577 

y. 132, no. 288. Saturday, July 4, 

1903. 2 c. July 6, 1903. 34578 

North American company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. B 54619-54622,' June 19, 1903. 

North American (The) review, v. 177, 
no. 1. July, 1903. 34579 

The North American review publish- 
ing company, Mew Y r ork, N. Y. B 
55070, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Northeastern reporter [weekly], 8° [St. 
Paul], v. 67, no. 4. June 12, 1903. 

34580 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 53644, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 
15, 1903. 

v. 67, no. 5. June 19, 1903. 34581 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54122, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 

v. 67, no. 6. June 26, 1903. 34582 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54780, June 22, 1903; 2 c. 
June 21). L903. 

Northwestern (The) miller, v. 55, no. 

22. June 3, 1903. 2 c. June 5, 190:;. 

34583 
v. 55, no. 23. June 10, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 34584 
y. 55, no. 24. June 17, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 34585 
v. 55, no. 25. June 24, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26, 1903. 34586 

The Miller publishing company, 

Minneapolis, Minn. B 40630-40633, 

Dec. 15, 1002. 



U 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALS 



397 



Northwestern reporter [weekly], s ° [St. 
Paul], v. 94, no. 8. June 9, 1903. 

34587 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 53645, June 6, 1903: 2c. June 
12, 1903. 

v. 94, no. 9. June 16, 1903. 34588 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54123, June 15,* 1903; 2 e. 
June 19, 1903. 

v. 95, no. 1. June 23, 1903. 34589 

West publishing companv, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54781, June 22," 1903; 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. 

v. 95, no. 2. June 30, 1903. 34590 

West publishing companv, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 55198, June 29,' 1903; 2 c. 
July 3, 1903. 

Official raihvav guide of Chicago, v. 1, 
no. 19. June 6, 1903. 34591 

W. T. Berg, Chicago, 111. B 53660, 
June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

v. 1, no. 20. June 13, 1903. 34592 

W. T. Berg, Chicago, 111. B 53957, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

v. 1, no. 22. June 27, 1903. 34593 

Wm. T. Berg, Chicago, 111. B 55184, 
June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Official (The) railway equipment register. 
July, 1903. 34594 

The Railway equipment and publi- 
cation co., New York, N. Y. B 46223, 
Jan. 9, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Old china, v. 2, no. 10. July, 1903. 

34595 
Keramic studio publishing: company. 
Svracuse, N. Y. B 37619; Oct. 2*5^ 
1902; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Olympian (The), v. 2, no. 1. July, 1903. 

' 34596 
The Olympian publishing company, 
Nashville, Tenn. B 54161, June 15, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Open (The) court, v. 17, no. 6. June. 

1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34597 
v. 17, no. 7. July, 1903. 2 c. July 

6, 1903. 34598 

The Open court publishing company, 

Chicago, 111. B 47576-47577, Jan. 29, 

1903. 



Optical (The) journal 
July, 1903. 



v. 12, no. 1. 
34599 

Frederick Boger publishing com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. B 52995, May 
23, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Orange Judd (The) farmer [weekly], 
quarto, Chicago, v. 34, no. 23. June 
6, 1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 34600 

1 



Orange Judd (The) fanner — Continued. 
v. 34. no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34601 
v. 34, n.». 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 34602 
y. 34, no. 26. Jime 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26, 1903. 34603 

Orange Judd company, New York, 

N. Y. B 46385-46388, Jan. 10, 1903. 

Organ (The), v. 14, no. 82. July, 1903. 

34604 

Geo. Molineux, New York, N. Y. B 

55033, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Osteopathic health, v. 4, no. 5. June, 
1903. 34605 

The Osteopathic publishing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. B 53665, June 8, 
1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Our animal friends, v. 30, no. 11. July, 
1903. 34606 

The American society for the pre- 
yention of cruelty to animals, New 
York, N. Y. B 41277, Dec. 9, 1902; 
2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Our productions, v. 13, no. 13. June 6, 

1903. 34607 

American pub. and eng. co., New 

York, N. Y. B 53662, June 8, 1903; 

2 c. June 8, 1903. 

y. 13, no. 14. June 13, 1903. 34608 

American pub. and eng. co., New 
York, N. Y. B 53967, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

y. 13, no. 15. June 20, 1903. 34609 

American pub. & eng. co.. New 
York, N. Y. B 54757, June 22, 1903; 
2 c. June 22, 1903. 

v. 13, no. 16. June 27, 1903. 34610 

American pub. and eng. co., New 
York, N. Y. B 55189, June 29, 1903; 
2 c. J une 29, 1903. 

Out west. v. 18, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34611 
Out west company, Los Angeles, 
Cal. B 50892. Apr. 2, 1903; 2 c. June 
13, 1903. 

Outing, y. 42, no. 4. July, 1903. 34612 
The Outing publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. B 55063, June 2*5, 
1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Outlook (The), v. 74, no. 6. June 6, 

1903. 2 c. June 4, 1903. 34613 
y. 74, no. 7. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 12, 1903. 34614 
v. 74, no. 8. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 34615 
v. 74, no. 9. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26. 1903. 34616 

The Outlook company, New York, 

N. Y. B 42833-42836, Jan. 2, 1903, 



(0 



398 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Pacific coast miner, v. 7, no. 23. June 

6, 1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 34617 
v. 7, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22. 1903. 34618 
v. 7, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 25, 1903. 34619 
v. 7, no. 26. June 27. 1903. 2 c. 

July 6, 1903. 34620 

Pacific coast miner, incorporated, 

San Francisco, Cal. B 46775-46778, 

Jan. 10, 1903. 

Pacific (The) monthly. v. 9, no. 6. 

June, 1903. 34621 

Wm. Bittle Wells, Portland, Greg. 

B 48409, Feb. 16, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Pacific reporter [weekly], 8° [St. Paul]. 

y. 72, no. 6. June 8," 1903. 34622 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 53646, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 

11, 1903. 

y 72, no. 7. June 1 5, 1903. 34623 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54124, June 15,* 1903; 2 c. 
June 17, 1903. 

y. 72, no. 8. June 22, 1903. 34624 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54782, June 22,* 1903; 2 c. 
June 25. 1903. 

y. 72, no. 9. June 29, 1903. 34625 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. *B 55199,' June 29, 1903; 2 c. 
July 3, 1903. 

Papyrus (The), v. 1, no. 1. July, 1903. 

34626 
Michael Monahan, Mount Vernon, 
N. Y. B 52720, May 9, 1903; 2 c. July 
2, 1903. 

Parker's supplementary reading for third 
and fourth grades. no. 46. June, 
1903. 2 c. June 13, 1903. 34627 

no. 47. July, 1903. 2 c. June 13. 

1903. 34628 

C. M. Parker, Tavlorville, 111. B 
49486-49487, Mar. 7, 1903. 

Patent and trade mark review, v. 1, no. 

9. June, 1903. 34629 

Richards & CO., New York, X. Y. B 

55072, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Patriotic (The) review. Summer no. 

(Apr., May), 1903. 34630 

Marion II. Brazier, Boston, Mass. B 

54219, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Pearson's magazine, v. 10, no. 1. July 

1903. 34631 

The Pearson publishing company, 

New York, X. Y. B 53958, June 15, 

1903; 2 c. June 15. 1903. 

1 



Pediatrics, v. 15, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34632 
Frederick M. Crossett, New York, 
X. Y. B 54764, June 20, 1903: 2 c. 
June 20, 1903. 

Pennsylvania county court reports, v. 
28, no. 3. May 16, 1903. 2 c. Mav 18, 
1903. 34633 

v. 28, no. 4. May 23, 1903. 2 c. 

Mav 25. 1903. 34634 

v. 28, no. 5. Mav 30, 1903. 2 c. June 

1, 1903. 34635 

v. 28, no. 6. June 6, 1903. 2 c. 

June 6, 1903. 34636 

v. 28, no. 7. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34637 

T. and J. W. Johnson & co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 51172-51176, Apr. 10, 
1903. 



— v. 28, no. 8. 
June 20, 1903. 



June 20, 1903. 2 c. 
34638 
v. 28, no. 9. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 
June 29, 1903. 34639 

T. and J. W. Johnson & co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 53894-53895, June 13, 
1903. 

Pennsylvania justices' law reporter, v. 

1, no. 11. July, 1903. 34640 

A. R. Place, Xorristown, Pa. B 

37648, Oct, 29, 1902; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

People's (The) home journal, v. 18, no. 

7. July, 1903. 34641 

F. M. Lupton, New York, X. Y. B 

53105, May 26. 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

People's (The) literary companion, v. 

34, no. 12. July, 1903. 34642 

Lane's list, inc., Augusta, Me. B 

54136, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

People's (The) railway euide. v. 29, no. 
7. July 1, 1903. 34643 

I. L. Pease, Albany, X. Y. B 40775, 
Dec. 17, 1902; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

2, no. 2. 
34644 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York. X. Y. B 
53725, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Philadelphia (The) inquirer [daily], 

folio, Philadelphia, v. 148, no. 172. 

Sundav, June 21, 1903. 2 c. June 22, 

1903. " 34645 
v. 148, no. 173. Monday, June 22, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903.. * 34646 
v. 148. no. 174. Tuesday, June 23, 

1903. 2 c. June 23, 1903. * 34647 
v. 148, no. 175. Wednesday, June 

24, 1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. " 34648 
v. 148, no. 176. Thursday, June 25, 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. 34649 
v. 148, no. 177. Friday, June 26, 

1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. * 34650 



Philadelphia American. 
June, 1903. 



re 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALH 



399 



Philadelphia (The) inquirer — Continued. 

v. 148, no. ITS. Saturday, June 27. 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. 34651 

v. 148, no. 179. Sundav, June 28, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. 34652 

v. 148, no. ISO. .Mondav, June 29, 

1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. 34653 

v. 148, no. 181. Tuesday, June 30, 

1903. 2 e. June 30, 1903. 34654 

v. 14!:), no. 1. Wednesday, July 1, 



1903. 2 c. Jnlv 1, 1903. 



34655 



v. 149, no. 2. Thursday, July 2, 1903. 

2 e. Julv 2, 190.). 34656 
v. 149, no. 3. Friday, July 3, 1903. 

2 e. July 3, 1903. 34657 
v. 149, no. 4. Saturday, July 4, 1903. 

2 c. July 6, 1903. 34658 

The Philadelphia inquirer company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. B 45784-45797, Jan. 

7, 1903. 

Philadelphia journal, v. 2, no. 2. June, 

1903. 34659 

W. P. Hearst. New York, N. Y. B 

53726, June 8, 1903. 2 e. June 8, 1903. 

Philosophical (The) review, v. 12, no. 4. 

July, 1903. 34660 

The Treasurer of Cornell University, 

Ithaca, X. Y. B 55181, June 27, 1903. 

2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Phrenological (The) journal, v. 116, no. 

1. July, 1903. 34661 

Fowler & Wells co., Xew York, X. Y. 

B 42291, Jan. 2, 1903, 2c. June 27, 1903. 

Physical culture, v. 10, no. 1. July, 

1903. 34662 

Bernarr Macfadden, New York, X. Y. 

B 53378, Juiiel, 1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Physical (The) review, v. 16, no. 6. June, 

1903. 34663 

TheMacmillan company, New York, 

X. Y. B 54577, June 19, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 

Picture (The) and art trade, v. 26, no. 

1. July 1, 1903. 34664 

John Sawtelle Ford, Chicago, 111. B 

53709, June 8, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Pilgrim (The), v. 7, no. 1. July, 1903. 

34665 
The Pilgrim publishing company, 
Battle Creek, Mich. B 47i40, Jan. 23, 
1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 
Pit and post. v. 2, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34666 

Knight, Donnelley & co., Chicago, 

111. B 39716, Dec. 10, 1902; 2 c. June 

22, 1903. 

Pittsburg American, v. 2. no. 2. June, 

1903. ~ 34667 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. 

B 53727, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 

1903. 

17 



Pittsburg journal, v. 2, no. 2. June, 

1903. 34668 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. 

B 53728, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 

1903. 

Plain talk. June, 1903. 34669 

The Southwestern company, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. B 53719, June 8, 1903; 2 
c. June 6, 1903. 

Popular fashions, v. 14, no. 6. Julv, 

1903. 34670 

L. X. Cushman, Boston, Mass. B 

53761, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Political science quarterly, v. 18, no. 2. 

June, 1903. 34671 

Editors of the Political science 

quarterly, Boston, Mass. B 54864, June 

24, 1903'; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Primary plans. June, 1903. 34672 

F. A. Owen publishing company, 
Dansville, X. Y. B 50900, Mar. 30, 
1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Proceedings of the United States naval 
institute, v. 29, no. 2. June, 1903. 

34673 
Philip Pv. Alger, secretary and treasur- 
er U. S. naval institute, Annapolis, Md. 
B 55221, June 30, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 
1903. 

Profitable advertising, v. 12, no. 11. 
Apr., 1903. 34674 

Kate E. Griswold, Boston, Mass. B 
53591, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Puck. no. 1370. 1903. 2 c. June 2, 
1903. 34675 

no. 1371. 1903. 2 c. June 9. 1903. 

34676 

no. 1372. 1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. 

34677 

no. 1373. 1903. 2 c. June 23, 1903. 

34678 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York, 
N. Y. B 53437-53440, June 2, 1903. 

Puck's library, no. 193. 1903. 34679 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, New York, 
X. Y. B 53441, June 2, 1903; 2 c. July 
1, 1903. 

Puck's quarterly, no. 30. 1903. 34680 
Keppler & Schwarzmann, Xew York, 
X. Y. B 53442, June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 
10, 1903. 

R. F. D. news and rural carrier, v. 1, 

no. 6. 34681 

H. H. Windsor, Chicago, 111. B 

53784, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

7 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Railway and locomotive engineering. 

v. 16," no. 7. July, 1903. 34682 

Angus Sinclair company. New York, 

N. Y. B 43381, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. July 

1, 1903. 

Rating (The) index. May 30, 1903. 

34683 
Thrift publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. B 55213, June 29, 1903; 
2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Raven (The), v. 4, no. 2. Spring num- 
ber, 1903. 34684 
The Raven publishing company, inc., 
San Francisco. Cal. B 53767. June 9, 
1903: 1 c. June 4, 1903: 1 c. June 9, 
1903. 

Rawlins drug news. June, 1903. 34685 
Edward S. Mayo, New York, N. Y. 
B 50920, Apr. S] 1903; 2 c. June 8, 
1903. 

July, 1903. 34686 

Edward S. Mayo, New York, N. Y. 
B 55161, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903. 

Reader (The), v. 2, no. 2. 34687 

The Reader publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. B 54762, June 22, 

1903; 1 c. June 23, 1903; 1 c. June 26, 

1903. 

Realization, v. 3, no. 4. July, Aug., 

1903. 34688 

Joseph Stewart, Washington, D. C. 

B 55182, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 

1903. 

Record of Christian work. v. 22, no. 7. 

July, 1903. 34689 

Wm. R, Moody, East Northfield, 

Mass. B 54749, June 20, 1903: 2 c. 

June 20, 1903. 

Records of the past. v. 2, part 6. J imp, 
1903. 34690 

Records of the past exploration soci- 
ety, Washington, 1>. C. B 54761, June 
22, 1903: 2 c. .June 22, 1903. 
Recreation, v. 19, no. 1. Julv, 1903. 

34691 
<i. (). Shields, New York, N. Y. B 
39019, Nov. 29, 1902; 2 c. June 27, 
1903. 
Reliable poultry journal, v. 10, no. 5. 
July, 1903. 34692 

Reliable poultry journal publishing 
company, Quincy, 111. B 40651, Dec. 
16, 1902'; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 
Reports of the National banks, v. 6, 
part 3. June, 1903. 34693 

The New York evening post CO., 
New York, N. Y. B 55170, June 27, 
1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 



Republican (The), v. 2, no. 6. June, 
1903. 34694 

The Facts current company, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. B 48782, Feb. 27, 19C3; 2 
c. June 30, 1903. 

Review and record, v. 31, no. 23. June 

6, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34695 
v. 31, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 34696 
v. 31, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 34697 
v. 31, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34698 

The Review and record co. , Boston, 

Mass. B 51723-51726, Apr. 24, 1903. 

Rider (The) and driver, v. 26, no. 10. 
June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

34699 



— v. 26, no. 11. 
June 13, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 12. 
June 19, 1903. 

— v. 26, no. 13. 
June 26, 1903. 



June 13, 1903. 



34700 

June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

34701 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

34702 

Rider and driver publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. B 49922- 
49925, Mar. 19, 1903. 

Romancer (The), v. 1, no. 4. 34703 

The authors' svndicate, Chicago, 111. 

B 54776, June 22,1903; 2 c. June 22.1903. 

Rudder (The), v. 14, no. 7. Julv, 

1903. 34704 

The Rudder publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. B 39946, Dec. 11, 

1902; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Sacred (The) Heart union, v. 23, no. 3. 

July, 1903. 34705 

Thomas J. Moran, Arlington, N. J. 

B 48721, Feb. 27, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Sail and sweep, v. 2, no. 6. June, 1903. 

34706 
The sail and sweep publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. B 54437, June 
11, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

v. 2, no. 7. July, 1903. 34707 

The sail and sweep publishing com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. B 55190, June 
29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

St. Louis American, v. 2, no. 2. June, 

1903. 34708 

\Y. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

53733, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

St. Louis dailv market reporter. Mon- 
day, June 1,' 1903. 2 c. June 3, 1903. 

34709 

Tuesday, June 2, 1903. 2 c. June 4, 

1903. 34710 

Wednesday, June 3, 1903. 2 c, June 

5, 1903. 34711 



ITS 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALS 



401 



St. Louis dailymarket reporter — Cont'd. 
Thursday, June 4, L903. 2 c. June 

6, 1903. 34712 
Friday, June 5, \WA. 2 c. June 8, 

1903. 34713 

Patrick J. J. O'Connor, New York, 

N.Y. B 51375-51379, Apr. 15, 1908. 

Saturday, June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 

8, 1903. 34714 
Monday, June 8, 1903. 2 c. June 

10, 1903. ' 34715 
Tuesday, June 9, 1903. 2 c. June 

13. 1903. " 34716 
Wednesday, June 10, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34717 
Thursday, June 11, 1903. 2 c. June 

13, 1903. 34718 
Friday, June 12, 1903. 2 c. June 

16, 1903. 34719 
Saturday, June 13, 1903. 2 c. June 

15, 1903. 34720 
Monday, June 15, 1903. 2 c. June 

17, 1903. * 34721 
Tuesday, June 16, 1903. 2 c. June 

18, 1903. * 34722 
Wednesday, June 17, 1903. 2 e. 

June 19, 1903. 34723 
Thursday, June 18, 1903. 2 c. June 

20, 1903. 34724 
Friday, June 19, 1903. 2 c. June 22, 

1903 * 34725 
Saturday, June 20, 1903. 2 c. June 

22, 1903. 34726 
Monday, June 22, 1903. 2 c. June 

24, 1903. * 34727 
Tuesday, June 23, 1903. 2 c. June 

25, 1908. * 34728 
Wednesday, June 24, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26, 1903. 34729 
Thursday, June 25, 1903. 2 c. June 

27, 1903. 34730 
Friday, June 26, 1903. 2 c. June 29, 

1903. 34731 
Saturday, June 27, 1903. 2 e. June 

29, 1903. ' 34732 

Patrick J. J. O'Connor, St. Louis, 

Mo. B 53386-53404, June 1, 1903. 

St. Louis journal, v. 2, no. 2. June, 

1903. 34733 

W. R. Hearst. New York, N. Y. B 

53734, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

St. Nicholas, v. 33, no. 9. July, 1903. 

34734 
The Century co., New York, N. Y. 
8 54758, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903. 

Safeguard and armory, v. 7, no. 4. Apr., 
1903. 34735 

Safeguard publishing company, Port- 
land, Me. B 46487, Jan. 12, 1903; 2 c. 
June 9, 1903. 



Salesmanship, v. 1, no. 1. June, 1903. 

34736 
Frank H. Dukesmith, Meadville, Pa. 

B 54236, June 17, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 
1903. 

San Francisco American, y. 2, no. 2. 
June, 1903. 34737 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. B 
53731, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



San Francisco journal 
1903. 



y. 2, no. 2. June, 
34738 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 
53732, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Saturday (The) eyening post. v. 175, no. 
49. June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

34739 

v. 175, no. 50. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34740 

v. 175, no. 51. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 19, 1903. 34741 

y. 175, no. 52. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

June 26, 1903. 34742 

The Curtis publishing company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. B 49588-49591, Mar. 10, 
1903. 

School ( The) journal, v. 66, no. 23. June 

6, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34743 
y. 66, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

June 13, 1903. 34744 
y. 66, no. 25. June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 34745 
y. 66, no. 26. June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

July 1, 1903. 34746 

E. L Kellogg & co., New York, N. Y. 

B 47326-47329, Jan. 26, 1903. 

School (The) reyiew. v. 11. no. 6. June, 

1903. 34747 

The University of Chicago, Chicago, 

111. B 35278, Sept. 2, 1902; 1 c. June 

15, 1903; 1 c. July 6, 1903. 

Scientific American building monthly. 
v. 36, no. 1. July, 1903. * 34748 

Munn & co., New York, N. Y. B 
43422, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Scribner's magazine, v. 34, no. 1. July, 
1903. 34749 

Charles Scribner's sons, New York, 
N. Y. B 55130, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
June 24, 1903. 

Searchlight (The), v. 2, no. 2. June, 
1903. ' 34750 

Matthew Jos. Rodermund, Milwau- 
kee, Wis. B 53517, June 5, 1903: 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

Sendbote (Der). v. 30, no. 7. July, 1903. 

t 34751 

Franciscan fathers, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

B 39792, Dec. 11, 1902; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 



179 



402 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Short stories, v. 51, no. 1. July, 1903. i 

34752 
The Current literature publishing ! 
company, New York, N. Y. B 55219, 
June 29, 1903; 2 e. June 17, 1903. 

Sis Hopkins' own book. no. 36. July, 
1903. 34753 

Judge company, New York, N. Y. ! 
B 53209, May 28, i903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. | 

Sister (The) republics, v. 4, no. 10. 

June, 1903. 34754 

Frank Bradv, Denver, Colo. B 

53790, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Smalley's magazine, v. 22, no. 1. July, 
1903. 34755 

Victor H. Smaller, St. Paul, Minn. ! 
B 53054, May 25, 1903; 2 c. June 27,1903. \ 

Smart (The) set. v. 10, no. 3. July, 
1903. 34756 

Ess Ess publishing company, New 
York. X. Y. B 53837, June 12, 1903; ! 
2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Social visitor popular monthly, y. 31, ! 
no. 10. July, 1903. 34757 

L. N. Cushman, Boston, Mass. B 
53760, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Sonntagsblatt der X. Y. staats-zeitung. 

v. 55, qo. 23. June 7, 1903. 2 c. June 

8, 1903. 34758 
v. 55, no. 24. June 14, 1903. 2 c. 

June 15, 1903. 34759 
v. ^)o, no. 25. June 21, 1903. 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. 34760 
v. 55, qo. 26. June 28. 1903. 2 c. 

June 29, 1903. 34761 



New Yorker staats-zeitung, N 
York, N. Y. B 44310-44313, Jan. 



1903. 



Southeastern reporter [weekly], 8° [St. 
Paul.] v. 44, no. 3. June 6, 1903. 

34762 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 53332, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 
10, 1903. ; 

v. 44, no. 4. June 13, 1903. 34763 

West publishing companv, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 53617, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 
17, 1903. 

v. 44, no. 5. June 20, 1903. 34764 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54125, June 15. 1903; 2c. June 
24, 1903. 

Southern reporter [weekly], 8° [St. Paul.] 

v. 34, no. 6. June 6, 1903. 34765 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 53333, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 

10, 1903. 



Southern reporter — Continued. 

v. 34, no. 7. June 13, 1903. 34766 

West publishing companv, St. Paul, 

Minn. B 53648, June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 

15, 1903. 

v. 34, no. 8. June 20, 1903. 34767 

West publishing companv, St. Paul, 
Minn. B54126, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 
24, 1903. 

v. 34, no. 9. June 27, 1903. 34768 

West publishing companv, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54784, June 22, 1903; 2 c. July 

I, 1903. 

Southern (The) workman, v. 32. no. 7. 

July, 1903. ' 34769 

Hampton normal and agricultural 

institute, Hampton, Ya. B 39805, Dec. 

II, 1902; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Southwestern reporter [weekly], 8° [St. 
Paul.] v. 74, no. 2. June 10, 1903. 

34770 
West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 53649, June 6, *1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

v. 74, no. 3. June 17, 1903. 34771 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54127, June 15,' 1903; 2 c. 
June 20, 1903. 

v. 74, no. 4. June 24, 1903. 34772 

West publishing companv, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 54<85, June 22/1903; 2 c. 
June 29, 1903. 

v. 74, no. 5. July 1, 1903. 34773 

West publishing company, St. Paul, 
Minn. B 55202, June 29,' 1903; 2 c. 
July 6, 1903. 

Sphinx (The), v. 2, no. 4. June, 1903. 

34774 
M. Inez, Chicago, 111. B 54568, June 
18; 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Stenographer (The), v. 18, no. 6. June, 

1903. 34775 

The Stenographer, Philadelphia, Pa. 

B 51654, Apr. 22, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 

1903. 

Stitches, v. 1, no. 8. July, 1903. 

34776 
Stitches publishing company, New- 
York, X. Y. B 55068, June 26, 1903; 
2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Storms and signs, v. 8, no. 10. July, 
1903. 34777 

U. C. Coles, Kingston, Pa. B 52884, 
May 18, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 



ISO 



V. 35, No. 28 



PERIODICALS 



40:? 



Street and Smith's New York weekly, I Sun (The) — Continued 



folio, New York. v. 58, no. 37. June 
27, 190:5. 34778 

Street and Smith, New York, X. Y. 
B 5:;472, June 3, 1903; 2 e. June 10. j 
1903. 

— v. 58, no. 38. July 4, 1903. 34779 j 
Street and Smith, New Y'ork, N. Y. 1 
June 17, I 



v. 70, no. 297. Wednesday, June 



24, 1903. 



c. June 24, 1903. 



34794 



B 53768, June 9, 1903 
1903. 

v. 58, no. 39. July 11, 1903. 34780 

Street and Smith. New Y^ork, X. Y. J 
B 54220, June 16, 1903; 2 e. June 24, j 
1903. 

v. 58, no. 40. July 18, 1903. 34781 

Street and Smith, New York, N. Y. 1903 2 

B 54829, June 23, 1903; 2 c. Julv 1, | - v ' 70 

1903. 

Street railway journal, v. 21, no. 23. 

June 6, 1903. 2 e. June 8, 1903. 34782 
v. 21, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 e. 

June 15, 1903. 
v. 21, no. 25, 

June 22, 1903. 
v. 21, no. 26. 

June 29, 1903. 

McGraw publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 40712-40715, Dec. 16, 

1902. 



v. 70, no. 298. Thursday, June 25, 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. ' 34795 

v. 70, no. 299. Friday, June 26, 

1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. " 34796 

v. 70, no. 300. Saturday, June 27, 

•1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. * 34797 

The Sun printing and publishing 
association, New York, X. Y. Jan. 2, 
1903. 



34783 
June 20, 1903. 2 c. 

34784 
June 27, 1903. 2 c. 

34785 



— y. 70, no. 301. Sunday, June 28, 
1903. 2 c. June 29. 1903. 34798 

— v. 70, no. 302. Monday, June 29, 
1903. 2 c. June 29, 1903. * 34799 

y. 70, no. 303. Tuesday, June 30, 

c. June 30, 1903. ' 34800 

no. 304. Wednesday, Julyl, 

1903. 2 c. July 1, 1903. 34801 

— y. 70, no. 305. Thursday, July 2, 
1903. 2 c. July 2, 1903. 34802 

— y. 70, no. 306. Friday, July 3, 1903. 
2 c. July 3, 1903. 34803 

— y. 70, no. 307. Saturday, July 4, 
1903. 2 c. July 6, 1903. 34804 

The Sun printing and publishing as- 
sociation, New Y^ork, N. Y. B 44873- 
44886, Jan. 2, 1903. 



Stuffed (A) club. June, 1903. 34786 

John H. Tilden, Denyer, Colo. B 

47212, Jan. 8, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Successful (The) American, v. 7. no. 6. 

June, 1903. ' 34787 

Writers press association, Xevv York, 

X. Y. B 42892, Jan. 2, 1903; 2 c. June 

9, 1903. 

v. 8, no. 1. July, 1903. 34788 

Writers press association, New York, 
X. Y. B 54154, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
July 6, 1903. 

Success ward. v. 1, no. 8. Apr., 1903. 

34789 
The Success company, Xew York, 
X. Y. B 38791, Nov. 25, 1902; 2 c. 
June 29, 1903. 

Suggestion, v. 10. no. 6. June 1, 1903. 

34790 
Suggestion publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 46789, Jan. 16, 1903; 1 c. 
June 1, 1903; 1 c. June 11, 1903. 

Sun (The) [daily], folio, Xew York. v. 

70, no. 294. Sunday, June 21, 1903. 

2 c. June 22, 1903. 34791 
y. 70, no. 295. Monday, June 22, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. * 34792 
y. 70, no. 296. Tuesday, June 23, 

1903. 2 c. June 23, 1903. * 34793 



Sunday (The) companion, v. 4, no. 24. 

June 14, 1903. 34805 

D. H. McBrfde & co., Xew Y'ork, 

X. Y. B 53756, June 9, 1903; 2 c. 

June 9, 1903. 

Sunday (The) post. 

June 8, 1903. 
June 14, 1903. 

June 21, 1903. 

June 28, 1903. 



June 7, 1903. 2 c. 

34806 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

34807 
2 c. June 22, 1903. 

34808 
2 c. June 29, 1903. 

34809 

Post publishing company, Boston, 

Mass. B 50420-50423, Mar.' 25, 1903. 

Sunday (The) school times, v. 45, no. 
23. "June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

34810 



— v. 45, no. 24 
June 12, 1903. 

— v. 45, no. 25 
June 18, 1903. 

— y. 45, no. 26, 
June 26, 1903. 



June 13, 1903. 
June 20, 1903. 



34811 



34812 

June 27, 1903. 2 c. 
34813 

The Sunday school times company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. B 50038-50041, Mar. 
20, 1903. 

Sunshine bulletin, v. 2, no. 6. June, 

1903. 34814 

J. P. McCann, Xew York, N.'Y. B 

47178, Jan. 23, 1903. 1 c. June 1, 1903; 

1 c. June 9, 1903. 



181 



404 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE EISTTEIES 



Sunshine for youth, v. 17, no. 6. July, 

1903. 348i5 

Lane's list, inc., Augusta, Me. B 

54 J 38, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 

1903. 

Superintendent and foreman, y. 27, no. 
7. May 25, 1903. 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

34816 
!7, no. 8. June 1, 1903. 



2 e. 
34817 

June 8, 1903. 2 c. 
34818 



June 1, 1903. 

— y. 27, no. 9. 
June 8, 1903. 

— v. 27, no. 10. 
June 15, 1903. 34819 

Joseph Van Ness publishing com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. B 53705-53708, 
June 8, 1903. 



June 15, 1903. .2 c. 



Supreme court reporter. 
June 15, 1903. 



v. 23, no. 14. 
34820 

West publishing company, Saint 
Paul, Minn. B 54128, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Table talk. y. 18, no. 7. July, 1903. 

34821 
Joseph Lawrence Harbison, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. B 39515, Dec. 9, 1902; 
2 c. June 29, 1903. 



Teacher's (The) journal. 
June, 1903. 



v. i', 



The Teacher's journal co. 
Ind. B 50492, Mar. 2(3, 1903; 
13, 1903. 



no. 12. 

34822 

Marion, 

2 c. June 



no. 141. 
34823 



Telephone (The") magazine. 
June, 1903. 

Telephone magazine publishing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. B 54754, June 22, 
1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Ten storv book. v. 3, no. 2. July, 1903. 

34824 
Daily storv publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. " B 53777, June 10, 190*3; 
2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Texas school journal, v. 21, no. 11. 
June, 1903. 34825 

W. E. Darden, Austin, Tex. B 53763, 
June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 9, 1903. 

Textile world record, v. 25, no. 3. June, 

1903. 34826 

Lord & Nagle company, Boston, 

Mass. B 54114, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 

16, 1903. 

Theatre (The), no. 29. July, 1903. 

34827 
Meyer bros. & co., New York, N. Y. 
B 55441, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 
1903. 



Tobacco leaf. 
2 c. Mav 19, 



no 
1903 



1993. 



May 6, 1903. 
34828 



Tobacco leaf 
— no. 1994. 

19, 1903. 
no. 1995. 

13, 1903. 
no. 1996. 

13, 1903. 
no. 1997. 

4, 1903. 1 c 
no. 1998. 

11, 1903. 
no. 1999. 

19, 1903. 
no. 2000. 

25, 1903. 
Tobacco 



Continued. 
May 13, 1903. 



New Y^ork, N, 
Apr. 30, 1903. 

Town topics. 

2 c. June 4, 1903 
v. 49, no. 24. 

June 11, 1903. 
v. 49, no. 25. 

June 18, 1903. 
v. 49, no. 26. 

June 25, 1903. 
Town topics 

New Y^ork, N 

Dec. 29, 1902. 



2 c. May 
34829 

2 c. June 
34830 

2 c. June 
34831 

1 c. June 
34832 

2 c. June 
34833 

2 c. June 
34834 

2 c. June 
34835 

leaf publishing company, 



May 20, 1903. 

May 27, 1903. 

June 3, 1903. 
June 13, 1903. 
June 10, 1903. 

June 17, 1903. 

June 24, 1903. 



Y. B 52211-52218, 

49, no. 23, June 4, 1903. 

34836 
June 11, 1903. 2 c. 

34837 
June 18, 1903. 2 c. 

34838 
June 25, 1903. 2 c. 

34839 

publishing company, 

Y. B 42144-42147, 



Trade (The) register. v. 20, no. 23. 
June 6, 1903. 2 c. June 11, 1903. 

34840 
June 13, 190: 



— y. 20, no. 24. 
June 17, 1903. 
- v. 20, no. 25. 



June 20, 1903. 
June 27, 1903. 



2 c. 
34841 

2 c. 
34842 

2 c. 
34843 



June 24, 1903 

v. 20. no. 26 

July 1, 1903. 

Lovett M. Wood, Seattle, Wash. 
B 50512-50515, Mar. 26, 1903. 

Trained (The) nurse and hospital reyiew. 

v. 31, no. 1. July, 1903. 34844 

The Lakeside publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. B 40086, Dec. 12, 

1902; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 



Trayelers and shippers directory 
1903. 



June, 
34845 

The Denborn company, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. B 51316, Apr. 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903. 

Treasury (The) of religious thought, v. 

21, no. 3. July, 1903. 34846 

E. B. Treat & co., New Y^ork, N. Y. 

B 45535, Jan. 5, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 3903. 

Twin City American, v. 2, no. 2. June, 

1903. ' 34847 

W. K. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 

53736, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



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PERIODICALS 



405 



Up to date farming 

1, 1903. 



Twin City journal, v. 2, no. 2. June, 

1903. 34848 

W. R. Hearst. Now York, X. V. B 

53737, June S, 190:5; 2 e. June 8, 1903. 

United (The) service, v. 4, no. 1. July, 

L903. 34849 

L. R. Hamerslyco., New York, X. Y. 

B 55443, -Inly 2, 1008; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

v. 6, no. 2. June 
34850 

J. A. Everitt, Indianapolis, Ind. B 
53778,. June 10, 1908; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

v. 6, no. 12. June 1.5, 1903. 34851 

J. A. Everitt, Indianapolis, Ind. B 
55062, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Uric acid monthlv. v. 3, no. 6. June, 

1903. 34852 

Vaso chemical companv. Danburv, 

Conn. B 55080, June 26', 1903; 2 c. 

June 30, 1903. 

Vehicle dealer, v. 3, no. 3. June 15, 

1903. 34853 

Ware brothers, Philadelphia, Pa. B 

50283, Mar. 23, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Virginia law register, v. 9, no. 2. June, 

1903. 34854 

J. P. Bell co., Lvnchburg, Va. B 

53009, May 19, 1903;~ 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Vogue, v. 21. no. 23. June 4, 1903. 2 
c. June 4, 1903. 34855 



— v. 21, no. 24. 
June 11, 1903. 

— v. 21, no. 25. 
June 18, 1903. 



June 11, 1903. 2 c. 
34856 

June 18, 1903. 2 c. 
34857 



21, no. 26. June 25, 1903 

25, 1903. 



2 c. June 
34858 

Vogue companv, Xew York. X. Y. 
B 41585-41588, Dec. 24, 1902. 

"Washington American, v. 2, no. 2. June, 
1903. 34859 

W. R. Hearst, New York, X. Y. B 
53738, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Washington journal 
1903. 



2, no. 2. June, 
34860 

W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. B 
53739, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Waverley magazine, v. 106, no. 26. June 

27, 1903. 34861 

Waverley publishing company, 

Charlestown, Mass. B 54358, June 17, 

1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 



— v. 107, no 
Waverley 
Charlestown, Mas 



1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 



1. July 4, 1903. 34862 

publishing company. 

B 55034, June 25, 



Welch's journal, v. L, no. (5. Jan., 1908. 

34863 
W. M. Welch & co., Chicago, 111. B 
48886, Mar. 2, 1908; 1 c. .Ian. 29, 1908; 
1 c. June 12, 1908,. 

v. 1, no. S. Mar., 1908. 34864 

W. M. Welch & co., Chicago, 111. B 
48888, Mar. 2, 1908; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1903; 
1 c. June 12, 1903. 

v. 1, no. 10. May, 1903. 34865 

W. M. Welch & co., Chicago, 111. B 
48890, Mar. 2, 1903; 1 c. June 1, 1903; 
1 c. June 12, 1903. 

Western electrician, v. 32, no. 23. June 
6, 1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34866 

- v. 32, no. 24. June 13, 1903. 2 c. 

34867 
June 20, 1903. 2 c. 
34868 
June 27, 1903. 2 c. 
34869 
Electrician publishing companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 41448-41451 , Dec. 22, 1902. 



June 13, 1903 

— v. 32, no. 25 
June 22, 1903. 

— v. 32, no. 26 
June 29, 1903. 



"estern school journal. 
Julv, 1903. 



v. 19, no. 8. 
34870 

John MacDonald, Topeka, Kans. B 
55448, July 2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

What to eat. Book 15, no. 1. Julv, 1903. 

* 34871 
The Pierce publishing companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. B 48110, Feb. 9, 1903; 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. 

Wilhelm's magazine, the Coast, v. 6, 

no. 1. July, 1903. 34872 

Honor L. Wilhelm, Seattle, AVash. 

B 53065, Mav25, 1903; '2 c. June 24, 1903. 



Wochenblatt der X. Y 

[weekly], folio, Xew 

no. 23.' June 6, 1903. 

1903. 
v. 69, no. 24. June 13, 1903 

June 11, 1903. 
v. 69, no. 25. June 

June 18, 1903. 
v. 69, no. 26. June 

June 25, 1903. 
Xew Yorker 



staats-zeitung 

Y'ork. v. 69, 

2 c. June 4, 

34873 



34874 

20, 1903. 2 c. 

34875 

c. 



27, 1903. 2 

34876 
staats - zeitung, Xew 
York. B 44362-44365, Jan. 2, 1903. 

'oman's home journal, v. 27, no. 7. 

July, 1903. 34877 

L. X. Cushman, Boston, Mass. B 

53759, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

T ooden and willow-ware trade review, 
v. 23, no. 7. June 11, 1903. 34878 

Chas. H. Delano & son, Xew York, 
X. Y. B53795, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 
13, 1903. 



183 



406 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTEIES 



Wooden and willow-ware trade review — 

Continued. 

v. 23, no. 8. June 25, 1903. 34879 

Chas. H. Delano & son. New York, 

N. Y. B 55069, June 26. 1903; 2 c. June 

29, 1903. 



Word and works. 
1903. 



no. 1. Julv, 
34880 



Word and works publishing com- 
pany. St. Louis, Mo. B 53720, June 8, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

World (The), v. 43, no. 15251. Sunday, 

May 21, 1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

34881 
v. 43, no. 15252. Monday, May 25, 

1903. 2 c. May 25, 1903. 34882 
v. 43, no. 15253. Tuesday, May 26, 

1903. 2 c. May 26, 1903. 34883 
v. 43, no. 15254. Wednesday, May 

27, 1903. 2 c. May 27, 1903. ' 34884 
v. 43, no. 15255. Thursday, May 28, 

1903. 2 e. May 28, 1903. 34885 
v. 43, no. 15256. Friday, May 29. 

1903. 2 c. May 29, 1903. 34886 
v. 43, no. 15257. Saturday, May 30, 

1903. 2 e. June 1, 1903. 34887 

The Press publishing company, New 

York, N. Y. B 52124-52130, Apr. 28, 

1903. 

v. 43, no. 15265. Sunday, June 7, 

1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34888 
v. 43, no. 15266. Monday, June S. 

1903. 2 c. June 8, 1903. 34889 
V. 43, no. 1526/. Tuesday, June ^>, 

1903. 2 c. June 9, 1903. 34890 
V. 43, no. 15268. Wednesday, June 

10, 1903. 2 e. June 10, 1903. * 34891 
v. 43, no. 15269. Thursday, June 

11,1903. 2 c. June 11, 1903. " 34892 
v. 43, no. 152/0. Friday, June 12, 

1903. 2 c. June 12, 1903. * 34893 

V. 43, no. 15271. Saturday, June I'.), 

1903. 2 c. June 13, 1903. 34894 

y. 43, no. 15272. Sunday, June 14, 

L903. 1 c. June 17, 1903; 1 c. June 15, 
1903. 34895 

y. 43, no. 15273. Monday, June 15, 

1903. 2 c. June 15, 1903. 34896 

y. 43, no. 15274. Tuesday, June 16, 

1903. 2 c. June 16, 1903. 34897 
v. 43, no. 15275. Wednesday, June 

17, 1903. 2 c. June 17, 1903. * 34898 
y. 43, no. 152/6. Thursday, June 

18, 1903. 2 c. June 18, 1903. * 34899 



World (The)— Continued. 

v. 43, no. 15277. Friday, June 19, 

1903. 2 c. June 19, 1903. * 34900 
v. 43, no. 15278. Saturday. June 20, 

1903. 2 c. June 20, 1903. 34901 
v. 43, no. 15279. Sunday, June 21, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. ' 34902 
y. 43, no. 15280. Monday, June 22, 

1903. 2 c. June 22, 1903. 34903 
y. 43, no. 15281. Tuesday, June 23, 

1903. 2 c. June 23, 1903. 34904 
y. 43. no. 15282. Wednesday, June 

24, 1903. 2 c. June 24, 1903. ' 34905 
y. 43, no. 15283. Thursday, June 25, 

1903. 2 c. June 25, 1903. 34906 
y. 43, no. 15284. Friday, June 26, 

1903. 2 c. June 26, 1903. 34907 
v. 43, no. 15285. Saturday, June 27, 

1903. 2 c. June 27, 1903. 34908 

The Press publishing company, Xew 
York, X. Y. B 53077-53097, May 25, 
1903. 

v. 44, no. 15289. Wednesday, Julv 

1, 1903. 2 c. Julv 1, 1903. " 34909 

- y. 44. no. 15290. Thursday, July 2, 



1903. 

— v. 
1903. 

— v. 
1903. 



2 c. July 2, 1903. 34910 

44, no. 15291. Friday, July 3, 



44. 



c. July 3, 1903. 34911 

no. 15292. Saturday, July 4, 



2 c. July 6, 1903. 34912 

The Press publishing company. New 
York, X. Y. B 54831-54834, June 23, 
1903. 



World's (The) work 
1903. 



v. 6, no. 3. Julv, 
34913 

Doubledav, Page & co., New York, 
X. Y. B 54871, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 
June 24, 1903. 

Writer (The), v. 16, no. 4. Apr., 1903. 

34914 

William H. Hills, Boston, Mass. B 

54461, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Youth, v. 2, no. 9. July, 1903. 34915 
The Penn publishing company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. B 55454, July 2, 1903; 2 
c. July 2, 1903. 

Zoological society bulletin, no. 9. 34916 
New York zoological society, New 
York, X. Y. B 53968, June 11, 1903; 
2 c. June 11, 1903. 



Number of Periodical entries since Jan. 1, 1903 12.515 



184 



MUSiCAL COMPOSITIONS 



CLASS C, MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors: subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice alter each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, '• Copyright by Aeolian company, New York, N. Y. Class C, 
XXc. no. 49991. June 22. 1903: 2 copies received June 24, 1903." 



Aeolian company, Xew 
York, N. Y. 
Improvisation; by Guilmant; piano, (spe- 
cial.) 34917 
C 49991, June22, 1903; 2 c.June24, 1903. 

Albright music co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Robins (The) aie singing again; words 
by Frank Connor; music by Maude 
Anita Hart, duet for sop. and alto. 

34918 
C50160,June25,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

for alto or baritone. 34919 

C50159,June25 ! 1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

mixed quartet. 34920 

C50161,June25,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

soprano or tenor. 34921 

C 50158, June25, 1903; 2 c.Junel3, 1903. 



;alt; 



>4922 



C50162,June25,1903;2c.Junel3,1903. 

Andre (Johann), Offenbach 
am Main, Germany. 
Ach, nur auf eine stunde! lied fur tenor 
mit klavierbegleitung; text und musik 
von Georg Runsky. no. 15738. Of- 
fenbach am Main, Johann Andre. 

34923 
C50210,June26,1903;2c.June26,1903. 

Liebe wird dein hitter sein; standchen 
fur eine singstimme mit klavierbeglei- 
tung; text und musik von Georg 
Runsky. no. 15737. Offenbach am 
Main Johann Andre. 34924 

C 5021 l,June26, 1903; 2 c.June26, 1903. 

Mein stern ; aus der dichtung ' ' Gretchen ' ' 
von Herold. komponiert von C. Ki'ihn- 
hold: op. 110; a fur mannerchor, par- 
titur; stimmen. no. 15726. Offen- 
bach am Main, Johann Andre. 34925 
C 50209, June26, 1903; 2 c.June26, 1903. 



185 



Andre (Johann), Offenbach 
am Main, Germany. 
Mein stern; aus der dichtung ' ' Gretchen ' ' 
von Herold, komponiert von C. Ki'ilm- 
hold: op. 110; B, fur gemischt. chor. ; 
partitur; stimmen; no. 15726. Offen- 
bach am Main, Johann Andre. 34926 

C50213,June26,1903;2c.June26,1903. 

C, fur eine singstimme und piano. 

no. 15726. Offenbach am Main, 

Johann Andre. 34927 

C50212, June26,1903; 2 c. June26,1903. 

Apollo-verlag, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Moderne zitherkliinge; Gliihwurmchen- 
idyll aus der operette: Lysistrata; von 
Paul Lincke; arrang. von Frz. Faist, 
jun. Berlin, Apollo-verlag. 34928 

C50011, June23,1903; 2 c. June23,1903. 

Siamesische wachtparade; charakter- 
sti'ick fur harmoniemusik, von Paul 
Lincke; clarinetto 1 in B direktion. 
Berlin, Apollo- Yerlag. 34929 

C 50004, June 13, 1903; 2c. Junel3, 1903. 

Ascherberg (E.) cfeco., Lon- 
don, England. 
Lulu; the " coon's " serenade, words by 
Harry Boden; music by Herbert E. 
Dawson. London, E. Ascherberg & 
CO. 34930 

C 50351, June29, 1903; 2c. June29,1903. 

Augener & co., London, 
England. 
Ethiopia shooting the colours; concert 
march, for orchestra by S. Coleridge- 
Taylor: op. 51, no. 6106 D. Organ 
arrangement, E. Duncan. London, 
Augener & co. 34931 

C 50028, June23, 1903; 2c. June23,1903. 
583 



584 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Augener & co., London, 
England. 
Gavotte; characteristic piece for piano- 
forte duet, by Arnold Krug: op. 117, no. 
4. London, Augener & co. 34932 
C 50031, June23, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 

Happy (The) home; (Im trauten heim) 
characteristic piece for pianoforte duet, 
by Arnold Krug: op. 117, no. 2. Lon- 
don, Augener & co. 34933 

C 50033, June23, 1903; 2c. June23,1903. 

In the evening; (Abends) characteristic 
piece for pianoforte duet, by Arnold 
Krug: op. 117, no. 1. London, Au- 

gener & co. 34934 

C 50034, June23, 1903; 2c.June23,1903. 

Magic (The) island; song, words by Clif- 
ton Bingham; Music by W. 1\. J. Mc- 
Lean. London, Augener & co. 

34935 
C 50029, June23, 1903; 2c. June23,1903. 

Mazurka; in A flat, for the pianoforte by 

August Nolck: op. 98. London, 

Augener & co. 34936 

C 50030, June 23, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 

Orientale; pour violon avec accompagne- 
ment du piano, par A. d'Ambrosio: 
op. 24. London, Augener & co. 

34937 

C 50027, June23, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 

Sonata- for the pianoforte; by L. van 
Beethoven; revised, phrased and 
fingered by G. Buonamici. no. 21: 
op. 5,",. Sonata, in C major, Waldstein. 
London, Augener & co. 34938 

C50021,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

no. 22: op. 54. Sonata, in F major. 

London, Augener & co. 34939 

C50022,June23,1903;2e. June 23, 1903. 

no. 23: op. 57. Sonata, in F minor, 

appassionata. London, Augener & 

co. 34940 

C 50023, June 23, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 

no. 24: op. 78. Sonata, in F# 

major. London, Augener & co. 

34941 
C 50024, June 23, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 

no. 25: op. 79. Sonata, inG major, 

Sonatina. London, Augener & co. 

34942 
C50025,June23,1903;2c.JuneL , :;,l!i'>:;. 

no. 26: op. 81. Sonata, in E flat 

major (Les adieux, l'absence et le re- 
tour). London, Augener & co. 

34943 
C 50026, June23, 1903 ; 2c. June 23, 1903. 

186 



Augener & co., London, 

England. 

Waltz; (Walzer) characteristic piece for 

pianoforte duet, by Arnold Krug: op. 

117, no. 5. London, Augener & 

co. 34944 

C50032, June23, 1903 ; 2c. June 23, 1903. 

Bauer (Julius H.), St. Ber- 
nard, Ohio. 
Mechanic's jubilee; waltz song, by J. H. 
Bauer. * 34945 

C48950,June3,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Billow & Main co., New- 
York, N. Y. 
For you and me; words by Fanny J. 
Crosbv; music by I. Allan Sankev. 

34946 
C50128,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

My all in all; words by Fanny J. Crosby; 

music by I. Allan Sankev. 34947 

C50129,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Only a river between us; words by Fanny 
J. Crosbv; music by I. Allan Sankev. 

34948 
C50127,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Prayer is the key; words by Fanny J. 
Crosbv; music by I. Allan Sankev. 

34949 
C50130,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Blake (W. J.), Fostoria, 

Ohio. 

Old Glory, the flag we love; words & 

music by Win. J. Blake; arr. by C. A. 

Ward. * * 34950 

C 48606, May 27, 1 903 ; 2 c. June22, 1903. 

Bloom (Sol), New York, 

N. Y. 

Boys (The) in the gall'ry for mine; words 

& music bv Will A. Heelan and J. Fred 

Helf. 34951 

C50003,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

I love you; words by George Totten 
Smith; music by Alfred E. Aarons. 

34952 
C 50259, June26, 1 903 ; 2 c. June26, 1 903. 

Ida Bell; words bv Matt. C. Woodward; 

music by Ben M. Jerome. 34953 

C 50182, June25, 1903; 2c. June 25, 1903. 

My Japanese baby; words by Arthur 
Ambrose; music by A. Baldwin Sloane. 

34954 
C50181,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

What a nasty disposition for a lady like 

von; words and music bv Will A. 

Heelan and J. Fred Helf. 34955 

C50110,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 



V. 36, No. 28. 



MISICAL COMPOSITIONS 



585 



Boosey & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
April morn; valse, by Robert Batten for 
band, Boosey's military journal, one 
hundred and fourteenth series, no. 4. 
London. Boosey & co. 34956 

C 50347, June29, 1903; 2c. June29, 1903. 

Pastonrelle; air de ballet, pour deux 

violons avec accompagnement de piano 

compose! par Gustav Francke: op. 10. 

London. Boosey & co. 34957 

C 50349, June29, 1903 ; 2 c. June29,1903. 

pour piano compost'' par Gustav 

Francke: op. 10. London, Boosey & 
co. 34958 

( 550348, June29,1903; 2c.June29,1903. 

Realms of air; song, words by Julian 

Sturgis; music by Dolores Grenfell. 

London, Boosey & co. 34959 

C50350, June29, 1903 ; 2 c. June29, 1903. 

Bornemann (O.), Paris, 
France. 
Psyche; poeme symphoniquepour orches- 
tre et choeurs de Cesar Franck, reduc- 
tion pour piano a 2 mains et cho?urs 
par G. Sandre; edition, chant et piano 
a 2 mains. Paris, O. Bornemann. 

34960 
C50331,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Bosworth ct co., Leipzig, 

Germany. 

Praktischer unterrichtsstoff; (Practical 

teaching material) fur 2 violinen, revi- 

dirt und bezeichnet von Emil Kross; 

pt. I. Bosworth edition no. 253. 

Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 34961 

C50214,June26,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

pt. 2. Bosworth edition no. 254. 

Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 34962 

C50215, June26, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

pt. 3. Bosworth edition no. 255. 

Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 34963 

C50216,June26,1903;2c.Jnnell,1903. 

pt. 4. Bosworth edition no. 256. 

Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 34964 

C50217,Jnne26,1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

pt. 5. Bosworth edition no. 257. 

Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 34965 

C 5021 8, June 26, 1903; 2c. June 11, 1903. 

pt. 6. Bosworth edition no. 258. 

Leipzig, Bosworth cv. co. 34966 

C 50219, June 26,1903; 2c. Junell, 1903 

Romance; par Hugo von Steiner: op. 42 

fur violine und pianoforte. Leipzig, 

Bosworth & co. 34967 

C 50147, June 25, 1903 ; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

2264— 03 4 18 



Bosworth & co., Leipzig, 

( rermany. 

Rosen-gavotte; fiir orchester von A. Czi- 

bulka: op. 347. Leipzig, Bosworth 

& co. 34968 

C50391,June30,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Stimmen derlleimath; sammlung ausge- 
wahlter beliebter mannerchore mit und 
ohne begleitungdes pianoforte von Rud. 
Weinwurm; Was will denn das herz; 
ged. von J. Voigts, fiir soli oder chor 
mit pianoforte begleitung. Leipzig, 
Bosworth & co. 34969 

C49919, June20,1903; 2c. June4,1903. 

werke fiir mannerchor ohne begleit- 
ung; Jugendzeit; ged. von Klaus 
Groth; partitur u. stimmen. Leip- 
zig, Bosworth & co. 34970 
C 50149, J une25, 1903; 2c. Junell, 1903. 

werke fiir mannerchor ohne begleit- 
ung; Xachtgebet; H. Zeise; part.; 
stimmen. Leipzig, Bosworth & co. 

34971 
C 50352, June29, 1903 ; 2c. Junel2, 1903. 

Tauperlen; walzer, fiir orchester von Al- 

fons Czibulka: op. 362. Leipzig, 

Bosworth & co. 34972 

C 50332, June29, 1903 ; 2c. June29, 1903. 

Unterm sternderl beim laternderl; lied; 

text von R. Grossmann; componirtvon 

Ferdinand Leicht: op. 510. Leipzig, 

Bosworth & co. 34973 

C 50148, June 25, 1903 ; 2 c. June6, 1903. 

Vision d' amour; reverie, pour pianoforte 
par F. G. Bvford. Leipzig, Bos- 
worth & co. 34974 
C 50035, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 6,1903. 

Bote (Ed.) & Bock (G.), 
Berlin, Germany. 
Im Mai; (An mois de Mai) populare con- 
cert-ouverture, componirt von Richard 
Eilenbers: op. 251, fiir klavier. Ber- 
lin, Ed. Bote & G. Bock. 34975 
C50010,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Boyden (Emily M.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Awake! awake! words and music com- 
posed by Emily M. (Blakeslee) Bovden. 

34976 
C44428.Mar.20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

Brehm brothers, F>ie, Pa. 
Beautiful home; waltz, for piano or organ 
by J. E. Derhammer. 34977 

' C 50371, June29,1903; 2c. June29,1903. 

Bizzv Izzv march; by Chas. Kuebler for 

band. * 34978 

C 50052, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 1 , 1903. 

Daughter of the nation; march, by Chas. 

H. Kuebler for band. * 34979 

C 50053, June 1,1903; 2 c. June 1,1903. 



586 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE E^TKIES 



Brehm brothers, Erie, Pa. 
Is it really love? words by Thos. Coffin 
Cook: music by Maxim de Groaz. 

34980 
C 50056, June 1,1903; 2 c. June 1,1903. 

Kahkwa club; two step, by Chas. Kueb- 

ler for band. 34981 

C 50055, June 1,1903; 2 c. June 1,1903. 

Memories of childhood; easy and instruc- 
tive pieces for piano or organ by Pauline 
Brutting Story. The blossom, waltz. 

34982 
C 50365, June29, 1903 : 2 c. June29, 1903. 

Just a bit of fun. three-step. 34983 

C50367,June29,1903:2c.June29,1903. 

May flower, mazurka. 34984 

C50369,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

On a summer night, polka. 34985 

C 50368, June29, 1903 ; 2 c. June29, 1903. 

Tears and smiles. 34986 

C 50370, June29,1903 : 2 c. June29. 1903. 

Through the vineyard, march. 

34987 
C 50366, June29, 1 903 ; 2 c. June29,1903. 

"Vidette" march; bv Chas. Kuebler for 

band. 34988 

I 50054, June 1,1903; 2 c. June 1,1903. 

Brenton ( Hilda |, Providence, 

R. I. 

Good (The) times will conic once more; 

words l>v Hilda Brenton; music, by 

A. M. Leicester. 34989 

C 50155, June25, 1903; 2 c.June25, 1903. 

Bungerl (August), Dresden, 

< rermany. 

Faust; dichtung von Goethe II teil; mu- 

sik von August Bungert: op. 58; kla- 

vierauszug von Conrad Ulbricht; teil 

II. Leipzig, C. F. Leede. 34990 

C 50417, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Burlin (Tom II. ). Merna, 
Nebr. 
Little Bohemian girl: words and melody 
by Tom II. Burlin; arr. by V. J. ShebL 

34991 
C50269,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Central music publishing CO., 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Willow brook galop; piano solo by Louis 
Weber. ' 34992 

C49944,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

march; piano solo by Louis Weber. 

34993 

C49940,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 



Central music publishing co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Willow brook polka; piano solo by Louis 
Weber. ' 34994 

C49943,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

schottische; piano solo bv Louis 

Weber. " 34995 

C 49942, June 20, 1903; 2 c.June 20, 1903. 

waltz; piano solo bv Louis Weber. 

34996 
C49941,June20,1903:2c.June20,1903. 

Challier (C. A.) & co., Ber- 
lin, Germany. 
Liebesfeier; gedicht von Xicolaus Lenau; 
fur eine singstimme mit klavierbeglei- 
tung komponiert von Felix Weingart- 
ner: op. 16, no. 2 mit deutschem, fran- 
zosischem und englischem text; ausgabe 
fur hohe stimme. Berlin, C. A. Chal- 
lier & co. 34997 
C 50006, June23, 1903: 2 c. J une23, 1903. 

Salomo; gedicht von Heinr. Heine; fiir 
eine singstimme mit klavierbegleitung 
komponiert von Hans Hermann: op. 
23. no. 1: mit deutschem J f ran zosischem 

und englischem text; ausgabe fiir hohe 

stin une. Berlin, C. A. Challien & 

CO. 34998 

C 50407, June30, 1 903: 2c. June30, 1903 

Chappell & co., London, 
England. 
Badinage; piccolo solo with orchestra 
accompaniment, by E. Damare. Lon- 
don. Chappell it co. 34999 
( 1 50020,June23,1903; 2c. June23,1903. 

Kvcry cloud that hides the blue; song, 

words and music, bv Frederic Norton. 

London. Chappell & co., ltd. 35000 

C 50394, June30, 1903; 2 c.June30,1903. 

Girl (The) Erom Kay's; selection, arr. 
for brass baud by Dan Godfrey, jr. 

35001 
C50018,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Grammatical grievances; song, words by 

Herbert Harraday: music by Napoleon 
Lambelet. London, Chappell &co., 
ltd. 35002 

C50017,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Harp (The) of sorrow: song, words by 

Ethel Clifford; music by Alma Goetz. 

London, Chappell & co. ' 35003 

C50131,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Princess (A) of Kensington; Lancers, arr. 
lor orchestra by Dan Godfrey, jr. 

35004 

C 50019, June23, 1903; 2c.June23, 1903. 



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58' 



Charpentier (A.) Serrlis, 

France. 

Nouvelle ecole elomentaire du violon; 2 e 

partie, 2 e livre, par A. Charpentier. 

Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 35005 

C49986,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Church (John) company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Sacred songs; soprano W. J. Henderson, 
editor, vol. 1. 35006 

A62376,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

tenor; W. J. Henderson, editor. 

vol. 3. 35007 

A 62692, June25, 1903; 2c. June25, 1903. 

Clarke music publishing co., 
Boston, Mass. 
Rigmarole (The); a rag time march by 
Eugene Cirina for piano. 35008 

C 50156, June25, 1 903 ; 2 c. June 25 , 1903. 

Cozad (W. C), Kansas City, 
Mo. 
Sweet summer breezes; waltz song, 
words by Frank Zang; music by Wal- 
ter J. Fisher; arr. by E. Chouteau 
Legg. 35009 

C 49922, J une20, 1903 ; 2 c. June20, 190 3. 

Cramer (J. B.) & co., limit- 
ed, London, England. 
Asleep; song, words and music by Frank 
L. Moir; in A. London, J. B. Cra- 
mer & co., limited. 35010 
C 50390, June 30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

in E flat. London, J. B. Cramer 

& co., limited. 35011 

C 50388, June 30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

in G. London, J. B. Cramer & 

co., limited. 35012 

C 50389, June 30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

De Lano (Charles S. ), Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Sweet memories; guitar solo by C. S. De 
Lano. 35013 

C50152, June 25, 1903 ; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Denton (Elmer J.), New 

York, X. Y. 

Beat (The) o' the drums; march and 

two step, by B. Hartz; arr. by Otto 

Langey for brass band. 35014 

C50088, June 24, 1903 ; 2 c. June24, 1903. 

Ditson (Oliver) company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Easy salon music, for the piano. 35015 
C50126,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Forty songs, by Johannes Brahms; edited 
bv James Huneker, for high voice. 

35016 
C50184, June 25,1903; 2c.June25,1903. 



Ditson (Oliver) company, 
Boston, .Mass. 
Invocation; sacred song by W. Berwald; 
in key of C. 35017 

C50536, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Nekayah; entr' acte, by R. Gruenwald; 

concert edition for military band, no. 

167. 35018 

C50125,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Send out Thy light; duet for tenor and 

bass; music by P. A. Schnecker. 35019 

C50534, June 30, 1903 ; 2c. June 30, 1903. 

When as the touch of icy billows (Wenn 
mich wie eine kalte woge) words by 
Melanie Guttman, from the Russian, 
trans, by Miss Frank Miller; music bv 
A. D. Yolpe; in key of E. 35020 

C50535,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Dreililien vorlag, Berlin, 

Germany. 

Lieder von Max Marschalk: op. 20; sie- 

ben gedichte von Heinrich Leuthold. 

no. 1; Friihlingsnacht. Berlin, ver- 

lag Dreililien. 35021 

C50419,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

no. 2; Waldfrieden. Berlin, ver- 

lag Dreililien. 35022 

C50420,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

no. 3; Warum. Berlin verlag 

Dreililien. 35023 

C50421, June 30,1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Berlin, ver- 
35024 
C 50422, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

no. 5; Nach westen zieht der wind 

dahin. Berlin, verlag Dreililien. 

35025 
C50423,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

no. 6; Erinnerung. Berlin, ver- 
lag Dreililien. 35026 
C50424,June30,1903;2c.June30,190S. 

no. 7; Roman. Berlin, verlag 

Dreililien. 35027 

C 50425, June 30, 1903 ; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Lieder von Max Marschalk: op. 23, no. 

1; Flieder; ged. v. O. J. Bierbaum. 

Berlin, verlag Dreililien. 35028 

C 50426, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

no. 2; Abendwolke; ged. von K. F. 

Mever. Berlin, verlag Dreililien. 

35029 
C 50427, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

no. 3; Schlummerlied ; ged. von E. 

v. Bodman. Berlin, verlag Dreililien. 

35030 
C 50428, JuneSO, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 



— no. 4; Holdes kind, 
la^ Dreililien. 



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Dreililien vorlag, Berlin, 

Germany. 

Lieder von Max Marschalk: op. 23; no. 

4; Eingelegte ruder; ged. v. K. F. 

Mever. Berlin, verlag Dreililien. 

35031 
C 50429, Jime30, 1903 ; 2 c. Jnne30, 1903. 

no. 5; Helle nacht; ged. v. Verlaine- 

Dehmel. Berlin, verlag Dreililien. 

35032 
C 50430, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

no. 6; Waldnacht; ged. v. K. Deh- 

niel. Berlin, verlag Dreililien. 

35033 
C 50431 , June30, 1903 ; 2 c. JuneSO, 1903. 

Durand ( A. ) & tils, Paris, 

France. 

Chanson (La) du charbonnier; choeur a 

toutes voix et orchestre; poesie de 

Andre Theuriet; musique de Auguste 

Chapuis; partition d'orchestre. Paris, 

A. Durand & tils. 35034 

C 50263, June27, 1903 ; 2 e. June27, 1903. 

Fleurs enchantees; air de ballet pour 

piano, par Paul Wachs. Paris, A. 

Durand & tils. 35035 

C 50262, June27, 1903 ; 2 c. June27, 1903. 

Eastern music company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Harmonic waltz; by Walter Burke for 
guitar solo. 35036 

C 50449, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Song to the evening star; nocturne by 

Walter Burke for guitar solo. 35037 

C50448,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Elmer' ache nmsikalienhand- 
lung, Stuttgart, Germany. 
Am heiligen abend; klavierstiick, von 
Gustav Lewin : op. 38. no. 1. Stutt- 
gart, verlag der Ebner 5 schen musika- 
lienhandlung. 35038 

C50009,June23, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 

Frohsinn; klavierstiick, von Gustav 

Lewin: «>]». 38. no. ."!. Stuttgart, 

verlag der Ebner' schen musikalien- 

handlung. 35039 

C50007,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Gaukler; klavierstiick, von Gustav 

Lewin: op. 38. no. 2. Stuttgart, 

verlag der Ebner' schen musikalien- 

handlung. 35040 

C50008,June23, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 

Elkin & co.. ltd., London, 

England. 

Until to-morrow! song, words and music 

by Robert Eden; no. 2 in E flat. 

London, Elkin & co., ltd. 35041 

C50392,June30,1903;2c.June27,1903. 



Elliff (E. Hogue), St. Louis, 

Mo. 

Daddy won't buy me a duke; song and 

chorus; words and music by E. Hogue 

Elliff; arr. by Phil. Epstein. 35042 

C 47892, May 15, 1903 ; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Enoch & cie., Paris, France. 

Amertume; poesie de Armand Silvestre; 

musique de Charles Cuvillier; no. 1 en 

sol mineur, ton original. Paris. 

Enoch & cie. 35043 

C50202, June26, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel6, 1903. 

Fanfaronne (La); mazurka pour piano 

par Louis Ganne. Paris, Enoch & 

cie. 35044 

C50203,June26,1903;2c.Junel6,1903. 

Equitable publishing co. , 
Baltimore, ATd. 
Charcoal Eph; march and two-step; com- 
posed by John Harding for piano. 

35045 
C50109,June 24,1903; 2c. June24,1903. 

Eulenburg (Ernst) Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Technische studien zur nachhilfe und 
erweiterung der fertigkeit im violin- 
spiel; strich-finger und lagenubungen 
nebst einem anhange. "Tonleitern 
und akkorde" zum gebrauche fiir an- 
fangerund vorgeschrittene; von Bruno 
Kittel. Leipzig, Ernest Eulenburg. 

35046 
C50005,Jnne23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Fairbank (H. W.) publish- 
ing co., Chicago, 111. 
Hail the cross of Jesus; music by II. W. 
Fairbank for mixed voices. 35047 

C49910, June 19, 1903 ; 2 c. June 20, 1 903. 

Feltes (Frank M.), Worth- 
ington, Iowa. 
When the \\ar is over: words and music 
by Frank M. Feltes. " 35048 

C41943, Feb. 9, 1903; 2c. June 20, 1903. 

Fillmore brothers CO., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Kneeling now before Thee: words by 
Palmer Hartsough; music by Adam 
Geibel. 35049 

C50168,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

O sing unto the Lord; music by E. K. 

Heyser. 35050 

C50166, June25, 1903; 2c. June25, 1903. 

Spirits (The) call; words by Palmer 
Hartsough; music arr. from Bellini, by 
J. B. Herbert. 35051 

C50167,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 



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Firth (W. Francis). Toronto. 
Canada. 
Plea (A); words by Adelbert dark; mu- 
sic bv W. Francis Firth. Toronto. 
The Bow-Knot music co. 35052 

C50346,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Fischer (.1. ) & brother, New 

York, N. Y. 

cor. anions victima; (0 come unto me) 

edited by E. J. Biedermann; English 

words adapted by Mrs. G. Federlein, 

music by II. Panofka, for soprano or 

tenor in G. 35053 

C50300, June27, 1903; 2c. June27, 1903. 

(> salutaris; "There is a place of rest;" 
edited by E. J. Biedermann; English 
words adapted by Mrs. G. Federlein; 
music by H. Panofka, for soprano or 
tenor in D. 35054 

C50301,June27,1903;2c.Jone27,1903. 

Salutaris Hostia; "Eternal source of 
every joy"; arr. from Kasper Aiblin- 
ger by E. J. Biedermann; trio for so- 
prano, alto and tenor. 35055 
C50299,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

"'Tisby the faith of joys to come"; 

revised and engl. words adapted by 

E. J. Biedermann; music by W. H. 

Weiss; solo for alto, or bass. 35056 

C50298, June27, 1903; 2c. June27, 1903. 

Flanner (Joseph), Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 
Circe waltzes; composed by E. A. Lam- 
bert, for piano. 35057 
C49003, June4,1903; 2c. Jnne29,1903. 

Forberg (Rob.), Leipzig, 
Germany. 
Drei gesiinge; fur eine singstimme mit 
klavierbegleitung componirt von Wil- 
helm Kienzl: op. 60, no. 1; Wiegen- 
lied; text aus den pamphliischen hir- I 
tenliedern von Pierre Louys. Leip- S 
zig, Rob. Forberg. 35058 : 

C50414,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

no. 2; Meine mutter; text von Ru- 
dolf Trabold. Leipzig, Rob. For- j 
berg. 35059 
C50415, June 30, 1903 ; 2 e. June30, 1903. 

no. 3; Ekstase; (Hymne des kimst- 

lers); text von Otto Julius Bierbaum. 

Leipzig, Rob. Forberg. 35060 

C50416,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Marivaudage; (zartliche unterredung) 
feuille d'album pour piano par Leon j 
Jessel: op. 142. Leipzig, Rob. For- j 
berg. 35061 

C50413,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. | 



Francis, Day& Hunter, Lon- 
don, England. 
Andalusia; song; words by Clifton Bing- 
ham: music by Walter slaughter. 
London. Francis, Day&Hunter. 35062 
C50334,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Appy 'Ampstead; barn dance, composed 
by Ceo. Le Brunn, for piano. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 35063 
C50343,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Cairene; waltz, by Mrs. D. Ilornblower, 

for piano. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. 35064 

C 49970, June22, 1903; 2c. June22,1903. 

Ching-ching-Chinaman; song, written by 
Lawrence Barclay and Fred Murray; 
composed by Lawrence Barclay. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 35065 
C50335,June29',1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Come along, ma Mamie lady! song, writ- 
ten by John P. Harrington; composed 
bv Tom Mellor. London, Francis, 
Day & Hunter. 35066 

C50345,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Dance of the poppies; from Dick Whit- 

tington, by Carl Kiefert, for piano. 

London, Francis, Day & Hunter. 35067 

C50344,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

"Doh, ray, me, fah, son, lah, te, doh;" 

song, written and composed by Harry 

Wincott. London, Francis, Dav & 

Hunter. 35068 

C 50341, June29, 1903; 2c.June29,1903. 

Glockenspiel; gavotte, byCelianKottaun. 

for piano. London, Francis, Dav & 

Hunter. 35069 

C 49973, June22, 1903; 2c.June22,1903. 

I've got to get back to work; song, writ- 
ten and composed by Frank Leo. 
London, Francis, Dav & Hunter. 

35070 
C 50337, June 29, 1903 ; 2c. June29, 1903. 

I want you to be my only-only; song, 

written and composed by Walter P. 

Keen. London, Francis, Dav & 

Hunter. 35071 

C 50339, June 29, 1903 ; 2 c. J une29, 1903. 

Madrilena (La) ; waltz composed by John 

Xeat for piano. London, Francis, 

Day & Hunter. 35072 

C49971,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Mothers of England; song, written and 

composed by A. E. Lawrence and Geo. 

Lester. London, Francis, Day & 

Hunter. 35073 

C50338,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Francis, Day & Hunter, Lon- 
don, England. 
My Marjorie; song, written and com- 
posed by Valentine Watson. Loii- ! 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 35074 
C 50336 June 29, 1903; 2 c. June29, 1903. ' 

Nightingale (The) and the star; song, 
written by John P. Harrington; com- 
posed by George Le Brunn. Lon- 
don, Francis, Day & Hunter. 35075 
C 50340 June 29, 1903 ; 2 c. June29, 1903. 

Xouveau (Le) palais; valse by Harry 

Wood for piano. London, Francis, 

Day & Hunter. 35076 

C 49972, June22, 1903; 2c. June22, 1903. 

When mamma introduced the gorgon- 
zola; a disaster of the diningroom; 
written and composed by Astley Wea- 
ver. London, Francis, Dav & Hun- 
ter. 35077 
C 50342, June29, 1903 ; 2 c. June29, 1903. 

Your husband and my daddy; song, 
written and composed by T. F. Rob- 
son. London, Francis, Dav & Hun- 
ter. 35078 
C 49969, June22, 1903; 2c. June22, 1903. 
Gallup (Lena M.), Findlev 
Lake. N. Y. 
Masqueraders (The) waltz; composed by 
Lena M. Gallup for piano. 35079 
C50000,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Gaylord (Mary L. R.), St. 

Petersburg. Russia. 
Psalms and hymns, and spiritual songs, 
comp. and ed. by Charles S. Robinson. 

35080 
In renewal for 1-1 years from Apr. 
22, 1903. A 555)04. Mar. 20, 1903: 2 c. 
Mar. 20, 1903. 

( rimbel (Chas. ), jr., Boston, 
Mass.' 
Old black Joe; for piano, paraphrase de 
concerl by Charles Gimbel, jr. 35081 
C50067,June23,1903;2c.June23,l903. 

.jan (Thos.) & Pro., Gal- 
veston, Tex. 
At peep of dawn; waltz by Ida M. Selby 
for piano. 35082 

C49962,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

Coontime rag; by Mrs. J. M. Scales for 

piano. 35083 

C49963,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

Dancing on the sand; a dance by Pauline 
B. Story for piano. 35084 

C49957,June20,1903;2c.June 20,1903. 

Dashing breakers; inarch by Pauline P>. 

Story for piano. 35085 

C49959,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

19 



Goggan (Thos. ) & bro., Gal- 
veston, Tex. 
Evening (An) on the beach; gavotte by 
Pauline B. Story for piano. 35086 

C 49956, June20, 1903; 2c. June20,1903. 

Frolicking in the sea; polka by Pauline 

B. Story for piano. 35087 

C 49961, June20, 1903; 2c. June20,1903. 

In the spray; waltz by Pauline B. Story 

for piano.' 35088 

C 49958, June20,1903; 2c. June20,1903. 

Leo's last prayer; by C. J. Smith for 

soprano, alto, tenor, bass, piano or 

organ. 35089 

C 49955, June20, 1903; 2c. June20,1903. 

On the billows; a reverie by Pauline B. 

Story for piano. 35090 

C 49960, June20, 1903; 2c. June20,1903. 

Gordon (Hamilton S.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Dream on forever; waltzes, composed by 
Walter A. Phillips for piano. 35091 
C47590,Mayll,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Search (The) light; march, arr. for 

orchestra by Harry O. Walker. 35092 

C 49676, Juno 15,1903; 2c. June29,1903. 

Song (The) bird and the rose; arr. for 

orchestra by Everett J. Evans. 35093 

C 49432, Junell, 1903; 2c. June25,1903. 

Words by Sam Erlich; music by 

Everett J. Evans. 3509*4 

C 48649, M ay 28, 1903; 2 c.June 29, 1903. 

Greulich (M. H. ), Appleton, 
Wis. 
Col. Morgan's march and two-step; com- 
posed by Millard H . ( Ireulich for piano. 

35095 
C 50268, June27, 1903; 2c.June27 1903 

Gutman ( F. O. ), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Flower song: arr. by F. 0. Gutman, for 
1st. 2d, and 3d guitar. 35096 

C 49752, Junel6, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. 

Wedding march; by Mendelssohn; arr. 
by F. 0. Gutman for mandolin club. 

35097 

C 49751, Jnnel 6, PH)3;2e.June30, 1903. 

HachetteA co., Paris, France. 
Danse du voile; valse royale-roses de 

France, throne de M. Cleret, pour pi- 
ano par Alfred Margis: op. 23. Paris. 
Librairie, Hachette & cie. 35098 

C 50326, June29, 1903; 2c. June29, 1903. 



V. 36, No. 28 



MLU8I0AL COMPOSITIONS 



591 



I Lall-Mack company 

delphia, Pa. 

Songs of Christian service. 

A 61879,Junel5,1903; ! 



Phila- 



35099 

June8,1903. 

Hansen ( Wilhelra), Leipzig, 

Germany. 

"Piazza del Popolo;" kleine italienische 

suite fi'ir klavier von Ludvig Schytte: 

op. 110. nr. 1; Serenade. Leipzig, 

Wilhelm Hansen. 35100 

C 50408, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

nr. 2; Romance. Leipzig, Wil- 
helm Hansen. 35101 
C 50409, June30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. 

nr. 3; Barcarole. Leipzig, Wil- 
helm Hansen. 35102 
C50410,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

nr. 4; Tarantella. Leipzig, Wilhelm 

Hansen. 35103 

C50411,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Harcourt (M.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Devil's (The) double; a musical comedv, 
by M. Harcourt. 35104 

C 46156, Apr. 7, 1903; 2 c. type- 
written words May 29, 1903. 

Harms (T. B.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

You for me, me for you; song, words by 

Andrew B. Sterling; music by James 

Brachman. 35105 

C47622,Mayll,1903;2 c.May 23,1903. 

Harwood (Basil), Oxford, 

England. 

Communion, in F major; for organ by 

Basil Harwood. London, Novello 

and company, limited. 35106 

C 50433, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Haskins (Wm. R. ), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Sweethearts ever; waltzes, by Harry Ap- 
pel for piano. 35107 

C 50164, Junel9, 1903 ; 2 c. Junel9, 1903. 

Hawkes & son, London, 
England. 



Hawkes & son, London, 

England. 

Wings; march, for reed and brass band, 

by W.J. Newstead. London, Hawkes 

c<:' son. 35111 

C 50205, June26, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. 

Heidelberg press, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Beginners' song; words by Julia H. John- 
ston; music by Geo. Chadwick Stock. 

35112 
50294, June 27,1 903 ; 2c. J line 27, 1903. 

Day (A) of love; words by Julia H. John- 
ston ; music by W . A . Post, 35113 
C50289,June27,1903;2c.Jmie27,1903. 

Love (The) of Jesus; words by Margaret 
Ford; music by H. A. Farnsworth. 

35114 
C 50291, June27, 1903, 2 c.June27, 1903. 

Love song; words by Sadie M. Thomas; 

music by Emory L. Coblentz. 35115 

C 50292, June27, 1903; 2 c.June27, 1903. 

Marching under His banner; words by 
E. E. Hewitt; music by W. A. Post. 

35116 
C50290, June27, 1903 ; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Heinrichshofen's verlag, 
Magdeburg, Germany. 
Pharaphrase iiber Rob. Radecke's lied, 
"aus der jugendzeit;" ausgabe fur 
infanterie musik, no. 2, von C. Fried e- 
mann: op. 146; compositionen far 
abtheilung fur infanterie-cavallerie und 
jager-musik. Magdeburg, Heinrichs- 
hofen's verlag. 35117 
C 50401, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Herzberg (G.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Schlaraffen glaube, liebe hoffnung; worte 
von Ritter Aepfelstrudel; musik von 
Junker Lud wig (Louis Kommenich). 

35118 
C50230,Junel8,1903;2e.Junel8,1903. 



Heugel & cie., Paris, France. 
Homage to the skylark; solo for flute or Gigue; pour piano, par A. Perilhou. 



piccolo and piano accompaniment, by 

W. H. Myddleton. London, Hawkes 

& son. 35108 

C 50206, June26, 1903 ; 2 c.June26, 1903. 

Ma lit' 1 Topsy ; two-step for reed and brass 
band, by W. H. Myddleton. London, 
Hawkes & son. 35109 

C 50204, June26, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. . 

Holt ( Jno. W. ) , Jewett, Tex. 
Orion valse; by Adolph Lotter tor piano, i Angels (The) are waiting; words selected; 
London, Hawkes & son. 35110 ! music by Chas. Edw. Pollock. 35121 

C 50207, June26, 1903 ; 2 c. June26, 1903. I C 33540, Sept. 26, 1 902 ; 2c. June 30, 1903. 

193 



Paris, Heugel & cie. 35119 

C 50327, June29, 1 903 ; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Hjertelius (John), Chicago, 
111. 
Herre, uti dina armar; ord af G. R — d; 
musik af John Hjertelius. 35120 

C 50150, June25, 1903; 2c. June 25, 1 903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Holt(Jno. W. ), JewettTex. 
Cross (The) of Jesus; words by F. Whit- 
field; music by Juo. W. Holt. 35122 
C 33543, Sept. 26, 1902 ; 2c. June 30, 1903. 

Do you love Jesus my brother? words by 

E. A. Hoffman; music by Chas. Edw. 

Pollock. 35123 

C 33548, Sept. 26, 1902 ; 2c. June30, 1903. 

H eaven's joy bells; words selected; mu- 
sic by Chas. Edw. Pollock. 35124 
C33539,Sept, 26,1902; 2c. June30,1903. 

I claim thee now ; words by Marian W. 
Hubbard; music bv Chas. H. Gabriel. 

35125 
C36655,Nov.l7,1902;2c.June30,1903. 

1 dare not idle stand; words selected; 

music by Chas. Edw. Pollock. 35126 

C33544, Sept. 26, 1902 ; 2c. June 30, 1903. 

Pilgrim's (The) wants; words arr. and 

music by Jno. W. Holt, 35127 

C33546,Sept. 26,1902; 2c. June30,1903. 

Rejoice, His name is Jesus; words by L. 

Hartsough; music bv Chas. Edw. Pol- 

. lock. 35128 

C33545, Se] .t. 26. 1902 ; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Sleep my little one; words arr. by C. E. 
Pollock; music by Jno. W. Holt. 

35129 
C33541,Sept.26,1902; 2c.June30,1903. 

Soldiers don thy armour; words by Mrs. 

Martha E. Whitten; music by Jno. W. 

Holt. 35130 

C 35656, Oct. 30, 1902; 2c. June 30,1903. 

Something to say for Jesus; words and 

music by Chas. Edw. Pollock. 35131 

C33547,8ept.26,1902;2c.June30,1903. 

Sweet is the story of Jesus; words and 

music by Chas. Edw. Pollock. 35132 

C33549,Sept.26,1902;2c.June30,1903. 

r<ll me all about Jesus; words by Elisha 

A. Hoffman; music by ('has. Edw. 

Pollock, no. 25. 35133 

C33542,Sept.26,1902;2c.June30,1903. 

Temples I The) of God; words by Laurene 

Highfield; music by Chas. H. Gabriel. 

no. 40. 35134 

C36653,Nov.l7,1902;2c.June30,1903. 

1 lolzmann (Ad. ), Zurich, 

Switzerland. 

Pro patria; oflizieller festmarsch com- 

poniert von 1\ Cattabeni; ausgabe fiir 

klavier. Zurich, Ad. Holzmann. 

35135 
C50405,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 



Howard (Shafter), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Ghetto (The) lullaby: music by Shafter 
Howard. 35136 

C50444,June30,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Nervous (The) coon; words by E. Frank 
Green; music bv Shafter Howard. 

35137 
C 50445, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. JunelS, 1903. 

Howley, Haviland <fc Dresser, 
New York. X. Y. 
Clorindy; Ethiopian serenade; words and 
music by Smith and Bowman. 35138 
C 49967, June 20, 1903; 2 c.June 6, 1903. 

Dear old girl; song, words by Richard 

Henry Buck; music bv Theodore F. 

Morse. 35139 

C 49964, June 20, 1903 ; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Julia; song, words and music, by Harry 

Morris. 35140 

C 49966, June 20,1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Xew York town for mine, boys; song, 
words by H. H. Niemeyer and Stanley 
Murphy; music bv Frank L. Callahan. 

35141 
C49965,June20, 1903; 2c.June6,1903. 

Sweet dreams; song, words by Walter 
Smart: music by Harry Wellmon. 

35142 
C49968,June20,1903;2c.June6,1903. 

•'Those were the good old days;" song, 

words by Jos. C. Earrell; music by 

('has. Moser. 35143 

C 50200, June 17.1 903; 2c. June 3,1903. 

Hug (Gebriider) & CO., 

Leipzig. ( Germany. 

Deutsche (Das) volkslied; gedicht von 

A. W. Hildebrandt, fiir vierstimmigen 

mannerchor, componirt von Heinnch 

Zoellner: op. 85. no. 1. partitur. 

Leipzig, Gebriider Hug&co. 35144 

C50012,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Ilutchins (\\\), Springfield, 

Mass. 

Smiles and tears; (Lachen und thranen) 

intermezzo, by Jacob Henry Ellis, for 

piano. 35145 

( 50098, June23, 1903; 2c.June23,1903. 

Ilsen & company, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
My orange blossom Sue; words and 
music by Virgil M. Gerrard. 35146 
C 50153, June25,1903; 2c. June24,1903. 

Johnson ( Everett E. ), Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 
I'm avant; march, company li, by Everett 
E. Johnson, for piano. 35147 

( ! 50545, June30, 1903; 2c.June29.1903. 



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>93 



Jones (Will S.), Pittsburg, 
Pa. 
Mutter (Der) traume; waltzes by Win. S. 
Jones, for piano. 35148 

C 49990, J une22, 1 90:5 ; 2c. J une22, 1903. 

Kahnt (C. F.), nachfolger, 

Leipzig, Germany. 

Mazurka — impromptu; fiir das klavier 

I von Alexander von Fielitz: op. 79. 

Leipzig, 0. F. Kahnt, nachfolger. 35149 

C50399, June30,1903 ; 2c. J une30, 1903. 

Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London, England. 
Any sort of girl; words by C. H. Taylor; 
song from the musical comedy "The 
medal and the maid;" book by Owen 
Hall; lyrics by C. H. Taylor and oth- 
ers; music by Sidney Jones. Lon- 
don, Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 35150 
C50140,June25,1903;2c. June 25,1903. 

Click! went the kodak; words by C. H. 
Taylor; song from the musical com- 
edy "The medal and the maid;" book 
by Owen Hall; lyrics by C. H. Taylor 
and others; music by Sidney Jones. 
London, Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

35151 
C50137,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Come kind gentlemen, buy my posies; 
vocal duet; words by C. U. Taylor, 
from the musical comedy "The medal 
and the maid;" book by Owen Hall; 
lyrics by C. H. Taylor and others; mu- 
sic by Sidney Jones. London, Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 35152 

C 50136, June25, 1903; 2c. June25, 1903. 

Consequences; vocal duet; words by Paul 
Kubens; from the musical comedy "The 
medal and the maid;" book by Owen 
Hall; lyrics by O. H. Taylor and oth- 
ers; music by Sidney Jones. London, 
Keith, Prowse & co.", ltd. 35153 

C50133,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Free, free; words by C. H. Taylor, song 
from the musical comedy "The medal 
and the maid;" book by Owen Hall; 
lyrics by C. H. Taylor and others; 
music by Sidney Jones; no. 1 in C. 
London, Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

35154 
C50143,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Frills (The) upon the petticoat; words 
by C. H. Taylor; song from the musical 
comedy "The medal and the maid;" 
book by Owen Hall; lyrics by C. H. 
Taylor and others; music by Sidney 
Jones. London, Keith, Prowse & 
co., ltd. 35155 

050139, June25, 1903; 2e.June25, 1903. 



Keith, Prowse & CO., ltd., 
London, England, 
[f girls had wings; words by C. H. Tay- 
lor; song from the musical comedy 
"The medal and the maid;" book by 
Owen Hall; lyrics by C. II. Taylor and 
others; music by Sidney Jones; no. 1 
in E fiat. London, Keith, Prowse & 
co., ltd. 35156 

C50135,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

In my curriculum; words by C. H. Tay- 
lor; song from the musical comedy, 
"The medal and the maid;" book by 
Owen Hall; lyrics by C. H. Taylor and 
others; music by Sidney Jones. Lon- 
don, Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 35157 
C50142,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Lady (The) wasn't taking any fruit; 
words by George Rollit; song from the 
musical comedy "The medal and the 
maid;" book by Owen Hall; lyrics by 
C. H. Taylor and others; music by Sid- 
ney Jones; no. 1 in D. London, 
Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 35158 

C50132,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Medal (The) and the maid; selection for 
the pianoforte; music by Sidney Jones. 
London, Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

35159 
C50134,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Orpheus with his lute; song, words from 
" Henry VIII," by Shakespeare; music 
by R. Vaughan Williams; no. 2 in G, 
original. London, Keith, Prowse & 
co., ltd. 35160 

C 50221, June26, 1903; 2 c.June25, 1903. 

Philosophic (The) brigand; words by C. 
H. Taylor; song from the musical 
comedy "The medal and the maid;" 
book by Owen Hall; lyrics by C. H. 
Taylor and others; music by Sidney 
Jones. London, Keith, Prowse & co., 
ltd. 35161 

C50144,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Publicity; words by C. H. Taylor; song 
from the musical comedy "The medal 
and the maid;" book by Owen Hall; 
lyrics by C. H. Taylor and others; mu- 
sic by Sidney Jones. London, Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 35162 

C50145,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Vanderdecken; words by C. H. Taylor; 
song from the musical comedy "The 
medal and the maid; " book by Owen 
Hall ; lyrics by C. H. Taylor and others; 
music by Sidney Jones, no. 1 in F. 
London, Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

35163 
C 50138, June25, 1903 ; 2 c. June25, 1903. 



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Keith, Prowse & co, ltd., 
London, England. 
When I am dead, iny dearest; song, 
words by Christina Rossetti; music by 
R. Vaughan Williams; no. 1 in D minor. 
London, Keith, Prowse & co., ltd. 

35164 
C 50220, June26, 1903 ; 2c. June25, 1903. 
Who'll buy my pretty flowers; words by 
C. H. Taylor; song from the musical 
comedy, "The medal and the maid;" 
book by Owen Hall; lyrics by C. H. 
Taylor and others; music by Sidney 
Jones: no. 1 in F. London, Keith, 
Prowse & co., ltd. 35165 

C 50141, June25, 1903 ; 2c. June25, 1903. 
Kirkpatrick (Wm. J.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Altogether (The) lovely! words by A.J. 
Hough; music by W. J. Kirkpatrick; 
in "Goodly Pearls." 35166 

In renewal for 11 years from July 20, 
1903. C 50224, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 
4, 1903. 
Companionship with Jesus; words by 
Mary D. James; music by Wm. J. Kirk- 
patrick; in "Precious Songs," pt. lirst. 

35167 
In renewal for 14 years from June 7. 
1903. C 50227, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 
4, 1903. 
Entire consecration: chorus by W. J. K.; 
music by Frances R. Havergal; music 
by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick; in "Precious 
Songs," pt. first. 35168 

In renewal for 14 years from June 7, 
1903. C 5022S, June 4, 1903: 2 c. June 
4, 1903. 
Jesus, my joy; words by Mrs. J. F. 
Crewdson; music by W. J. Kirkpat- 
rick; in "Precious Songs," pt. lirst. 

35169 

In renewal for 14 years from June 7, 

1903. C 50229. June 4. L903; 2 c. June 

4, 1903. 

River (The) of life; words by Mattie W. 

Torrey; music by W. J. Kirkpatrick; 

in "Goodly Pearls." 35170 

In renewal for 14 years from July 

20,1903. C 50222, June 4, 1903; 2 c. 

June 4, 1903. 

Royal (The) fountain; words by Win. H. 

('lark; music by W. J. Kirkpatrick; 

in "Leaflet Gems." no. 1. 35171 

In renewal for 14 years from July 

20, 1903. C 50225, June 4, 1903; 2 c. 

June 4, 1903. 

Saved to the uttermost; words and music 
by W. J. Kirkpatrick; in "Precious 
Songs," pt. lirst. 3517_2 

In renewal for 14 years from June 7, 
1903. C 50220, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 
4, 1903. 



Kirkpatrick ( Wm. J.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Tarry with me; words by Mrs. Sharpless: 
music by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick; in 
"Leaflet Gems." no. 1. 35173 

In renewal for 14 vears from July 
20, 1903. C 50223, June 4, 1903; 2 cJ 
June 4, 1903. 

Klock (Homer R. S.), Stam- 
ford, Conn. 
Sweet is true love; words by Tennyson; 
music by Louise Tudor Woeltge. 

35174 
C 49921, June20, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Knapp (Mrs. Joseph F.), 
New York, N. Y. 
My petition; words by Fanny J. Crosby; 
music by Mrs. Joseph F. Knapp. 35175 
C 441 71 , Mar. 1 0, 1903 ; 2 c. June24. 1 903. 

There' sail eternity before; music by Mrs. 

Joseph F. Knapp. 35176 

C 49805, Junel 8, 1903 ; 2 c. June24. 1903. 

Whom, having not seen, ye love; words 

by Ray Palmer; music by Mrs. Joseph 

F. Knapp. 35177 

C44170,Mar.l0,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Lagatree (N. S.), Detroit, 

Mich. 

Petit (Le) pas; dance caprice, composed 

by N. Sidney Lagatree, for mandolin 

and piano. 35178 

C49678,Junel5,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Retour des coryphees; air de ballet, com- 
posed by N. Sidney Lagatree, for man- 
dolin and piano. 35179 
C49677,Junel5,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Leduc (Alphonse), Paris, 

France. 

Au galop; de Edmond Laurens: op. 41, 

pour small orchestreand piano. Paris. 

Alphonse Leduc. 35180 

( ! 50328, June29, 1 903 ; 2 c. June29, 1903. 

Coeur de femme; valse, de E. Sattelmair: 
orchestree par Ad. Gauwin, orchestre 
avec piano conducteur. Paris, Al- 
phonse Leduc. 35181 
C50329, June29, 1 903 : 2c. J une29, 1 903. 

Toujours joyeuse; polka-marche, de O. 
Coquelet; harmonie avec conducteur 
en si bemol. Paris, Alphonse Leduc. 

35182 
C50330,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Lengnick ( Alfred) , London, 
England. 
Lenten (A) meditation; for the organ. 
by W. Wolstenholme. London, Al- 
fred Lengnick. 35183 
C50079,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 



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595 



London, 



composed by 

London, Ai- 

35184 



Lengnick ( Alfred ) 

England. 

Valsette; for pianoforte 

Frederick C. Nicholls. 

fred Lengnick. 

C50078,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Leonard & co., London, 

England. 

Roosevelt march: tor the pianoforte, by 

Frederic Mullen. London, Leonard 

& co. 35185 

C 50333, June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Two eyes of grey; song, written and com- 
posed bv Daisv McGeoch. London, 
Leonard <fc co." 35186 

C 50265, June 27, 1 903 ; 2e. June 20, 1903. 

Leslie ( Mrs. C. E. ) , Cottage 
Grove, Wis. 
Leslie's quartette gems; by Mrs. C. E. 
Leslie for male voices. 35187 

C62239,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Levin (Meyer), New York, 
X. Y. 
Trip (A) through Roumania; composed 
by Henry YVeishoff for piano solo. 

35188 
C50154,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. ! 

Loizeaux brothers, New York, 
X. Y. 

According to Thv gracious word. Rap- 
pelle-Toi; by C. and F. Jouard. 35189 
050458, J une30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. | 

Alas! and did my Saviour bleed. Marah > 
(second tune), bv C. and F. Jouard. 

35190 
C 50528, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. j 

All hail! O glorious Son of God. Trium- j 

phus, bv F. Allaben; harmonized by I 
R. L. Haslup. 35191 

C 50468, June30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. \ 

Amazing, holy mystery. Forsaken; by ! 

C. and F. Jouard. 35192 j 

C 50461, June30, 1903; 2c. Jim e30, 1903. ( 

Bride of the Lamb, awake ! awake ! Bride, j 
by C. and F. Jouard. 35193 

C 50476, June30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. j 

Bridegroom, come! bridegroom, come! 
Bridegroom, bv C. and F. Jouard. 

35194 
C 50478, June30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. j 

"Call them in," the poor, the wretched. ! 
Persuasion, by R. L. Haslup. 35195 
C 50485, June30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. 

Called from above. Kletos, by C. and 
F. Jouard. 35196 j 

C50474,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 1 

19 



Loizeaux brothers, New York. 
N. Y. 
Christ, above all glory seated. Exalta- 
tion, by W. Burgmiller. 35197 
C50464,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Come, all who trust in Christ the Lord. 

Hallel, by R. L. Haslup. 35198 

C50496,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Come, children! on to glory. Encour- 
agement, by J. F. Parker; harmonized 
by R. L. Haslup. 35199 

C50504,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Come, let us all unite to sing. God is love, 

by C. and F. Jouard. 35200 

C 50495, June30, 1903; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Come, let us gladly sing. Hallelujah, 

by C. and F. Jouard. 35201 

C50497, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Come ! ' tis Jesus gently calling. Beseech- 
ing, by R, L. Haslup. 35202 
C 50533, June30, 1 903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Cross! (The), the cross! O that's our 
gain. Stauros, bv W. Burgmiller. 

35203 
C50510,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Eternal circle, holy, bright Fellowship, 

bv F. Allaben; harmonized by R. L. 

Haslup. ' 35204 

C50505, June30, 1903 ; 2c. June 30, 1903. 

Eternitv! where? it floats in the air. 

Eternity, by Wm. M. Horsey. 35205 

C50494, June 30, 1903 ;2 c.June 30, 1903. 

Fairer than Canaan's land. Prospect by 

James Mackintosh; harmonized bv A. 

G. Smith. 35206 

C50395,June 30, 1903;2 c.June 30, 1903. 

For pilgrims and strangers. Pilgrims' 

goal, by C. and F. Jouard. 35207 

C50479, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Glory, glorv everlasting. Spread His 

glory; by C. and F. Jouard. 35208 

C50452, June 30, 1903 ;2 c.June 30, 1903. 

God in mercy sent His son. dementia 
(first tune) bv C. and F. Jouard. 

35209 
C50521, June 30, 1903 ;2 c.June 30, 1903. 

Hark ! the choirs of angels crying. Gloria 

Agno, music by Geo. Tremblay. 35210 

C50397, June 30, 1903; 2c. June 30, 1903. 

Has the voice of Jesus sounded. Entreaty, 

by C. and F. Jouard. 352il 

C 50480, J une 30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

He is coming, coming for us. Venit bv 

R. L. Haslup. 35212 

C 50475, June30, 1903; 2 c.June30, 1903. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 






Loizeaux brothers, New York, 
N. Y. 
Ho, every one thirsting. Waters of life 
by C. and F. Jouard. 35213 

' C 50481, June30, 1903; 2c. June 30, 1903. 

How loving is Jesus. Benevolentia, by 

R. L. Haslup. 35214 

C 50499, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

How sweet the name of Jesus sounds. 
Nomen dulca, by C. and F. Jouard. 

35215 
C 50471, June30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

How vast, how full, how free. Pleroma, 
by R. L. Haslup. 35216 

C50522,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Humble, Lord, my haughty Spirit Hu- 
miliation, by R. L. Haslup. 35217 
C50517,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

I've found a friend, O such a friend. 

Amigo, by R. L. Haslup. 35218 

C 50507, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. J une30, 1903. 

In Jesus sleeping till He come: Analusis, 

by C. and F. Jouard. 35219 

(50473, June 30, 1903; 2c. J une30, 1903. 

Jesus bids us shine. Shining by R. L. 

Haslup. ' 35220 

C50503,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Jesus died to set me free. Sinner's plea; 

by C. and F. Jouard. 35221 

( ! 50491,June30,1903;2c.J une30, 1903. 

Jesus, my Saviour died. Mon Sauveur, 

by C. and F. Jouard. 35222 

C 50531, June 30,1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Jesus, () head in glory. Manna by C. 

and F. Jouard. 35223 

( 50513, June30,1903;2c.J une30,1903. 

Jesus, <> name divinely sweet. Stacte by 

C. and F. Jouard. ' 35224 

C50488,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Icsus. our Lord, thou morning star. 
Morning Star, by W. Burgmiiller. 

35225 
<V>0477, Juno:'.*), l903;2c.June30,1903. 

Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me. Ten- 
der Shepherd, by C. and F. Jouard. 

35226 
C 50502, June30, 1903; 2c,June30,1903. 

Jesus, the one unchanging! Constancy, 
by I"". Allaben; harmonized by R. L. 
Haslup. * 35227 

C50514,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Jesus, thou lowly-hearted Lord. Aspira- 
tion, by C. and F. Jouard. 35228 
C50512,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 



Loizeaux brothers, New York, 
N. Y. 
Jesus, Thy head once crowned. Crow ned ; 
by C. and F. Jouard. 35229 

" C 50465, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Listen, oh, listen, my Father all holy; 

Confession, by C. and F. Jouard. 35230 

C 50519, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Little child, the door is open. Shepherd's 
voice, by F. Allaben; harmonized by 
R. L. Haslup. 35231 

C50472,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Lo, the Saviour, spotless, fair. Love and 

Light, by C. and F. Jouard. 35232 

C50526.June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Lone, wayworn, stricken soul. Love's ap- 
peal, by C. and F. Jouard. 35233 
C 50482, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Lord (The) is risen! Victor, by J. F. 
Parker; harmonized by R. L. Haslup. 

35234 
C 50463, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Lord Jesus, we remember. Baptisma, by 

C. and F. Jouard. 35235 

C50467,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Lord of the earth, whose goodness gives. 
Supremacv, by Agnes A. Cruikshank. 

35236 
C50515, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Iris, by C. 
35237 
C50462,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

"No separation!" O my soul. Union, 

by 0. and F. Jouard. " 35238 

C50508,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Not what these hands have done. Dani- 

nieka, by R. L. Haslup. 35239 

( ! 50490, June30, 1903; 2 c.June30, 1903. 

Nothing, either great or small. Finished, 

by K, L. Haslup. 35240 

C 50489, June30, 1903 ;2c.June30, 1903. 

O Christ, what burdens bowed Thy head. 

Atonement (second tune), by C. and F. 

Jouard. 35241 

C50525, June30, 1903; 2c. June 30, 1903. 

Smiting (first tune), bv R. L. Has- 
lup. 35242 
C50524,.Tune30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

God of grace, our Father 
music by < ieo. Treniblay. 
C50396,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903 



Lowly Jesus, mighty God. 
and F. Jouard. 



Sonship; 
35243 



O God, our blest Father, 
by C and F. Jouard. 
C50500, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 



Amor patris, 

35244 



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597 



Loizeaux brothers, New York, 
N. Y. 
holv Lamb of God; Anion, by W. 
Bui^miller. 35245 

C50509,June30,1903; 2c.June30,1903. 

Jesus, Lord, my Life, my all. Sancti- 

fication, by C. and F. Joiiard. 35246 

C50516,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Jesus, man of sorrows. Bochim; by 

F. Allaben; harmonized bv R. L. Has- 

lup. 35247 

C50457, June 30, 1 903 ; 2c. June30, 1903. 

joy of the Justified! Jov of the free! 
Justified, by R. L. Haslup. 35248 

C50486,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Lamb, once slain! now risen! Worthy 
the Lamb; by C. and F. Jouard. 

35249 
C 50451, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

O Lord, what wondrous love. Golgotha, 

by C. and F. Jouard. 35250 

C 50459, June30, 1903; 2 c.June30, 1903. 

O Saviour, Shepherd — Lord above! re- 
sponse, by C. and F. Jouard. 35251 
C 50450, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903 . 

O Saviour, whose merev. Dunellen, bv 

Russell Carter. 35252 

C 5051 8, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

O soul-inspiring story. Outshining; by 

C. and F. Jouard. " 35253 

C50455,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

O what a Saviour is Jesus the Lord. 

Heiland, by L. Burgmiller. 35254 

C 50530, June30, 1903; 2 c.June30, 1903. 

Our sins were borne by Jesus. Loutron, 

by C. and F. Jouard. 35255 

"c 50501, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Perfect eternal rest. Repos eternel; arr. 

by R. L. Haslup. 35256 

*C 50454, June30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. 

Rescued when perishing. Rescue, by 

R, L. Haslup. 35257 

C 50487, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Saved through the blood of Jesus. Saved, 

by R. L. Haslup. 35258 

C50493,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Saviour (The) lives, no more to die. 

Stony Hill, by L. Burgmiller. 35259 

O 50466, Juiie30, 1903 ; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Son (The) of God in mighty love. Low- 
liness, bv C. and F. Jouard. 35260 
C 50532, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Son of God, with joy we praise Thee. 

Adoration, bv L. Burgmiller. 35261 

C 50453, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 



Loizeaux brothers. New York, 
N. Y. 
Sweet the blessed name of Father. Pa- 
ternity, by C. and F. Jouard. 35262 
C 50470, June30,1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

There is life in a look at the Crucified 
One. Life in a Look; by R. L. Haslup. 

35263 
C 50527, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Thou alone, Lord Jesus; Edgewood; 

music by Ed. Maurer, harmonized by 

R, L. Haslup. 35264 

C50398,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Thou didst leave Thy throne. Heart- 
room, by C. and F. Jouard. 35265 
C 50498, June30, 1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Through the vail God bids me enter. 

Access, by J. F. Parker, harmonized bv 

R. L. Haslup. , 35266 

C 50469, June30, 1903 ; 2c. June30, 1903. 

Thy sorrows, Saviour, we retrace. Im- 

manuel, by C. and F. Jouard. 35267 

C50456,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

To heart and soul how fair Thou art. 

Welcome, by F. Allaben; harmonized 

by R. L. Haslup. 35268 

C50492,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Under Thy rod, God, my God! Chas- 
tening, by Hubert P. Main. 35269 
C50520,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

We hear the words of love. Assurance, 

by C, and F. Jouard. 35270 

C50506,June30,L903;2c.June30,1903. 

We'll sing of the Shepherd that died. 

Shepherd, by C. and F. Jouard. 35271 

C50529,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

What still small voice is that I hear. 

Vox Dei, by F. Allaben, harmonized 

by R. L. Haslup. 35272 

* C50483, June 30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

When I survey that glorious throne. 

Thronos, by J. F. Parker; harmonized 

by R. L. Haslup. 35273 

C 50460, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

When this passing world is done: Mc- 

Cheyne, by C. and F. Jouard. 35274 

C 50511, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Why 'neath the load of your sins do you 
toil? Anapausis, bv R. L. Haslup. 

35275 
C50484,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Who Thy love, O God, can measure. 
Spikenard, bv C. and F. Jouard. 

35276 
C50523,Jime30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 



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Loomis (Charles H.), New 

Haven, Conn. 

ProYalensi march ; by Walter Buel Cowles; 

arr. by George L. Atwater., jr., for 

brass band. 35277 

C 50097, June24, 1903 ; 2 c. June25, 1903. 

for orchestra. 35278 

C 50096, June24, 1903 ; 2 c. June25, 1903. 

Sons of Eli; march by Arthur Leonard 

Westcott for piano. " 35279 

C49995,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Yale sun dial; march two step by Geo. E. 

Leonard for piano. 35280 

C 49996, June22, 1903 ; 2 c. June22, 1903. 

Lorenz publishing company, 
Dayton, Ohio. 
Be merciful unto me; response; music by 
Carrie B. Adams. 35281 

C 50377, June29, 1903 ; 2 c. June29, 1 903. 

Dismiss us with Thy blessing; hymn an- 
them; words by John Fawcett; music 
by E. S. Lorenz. 35282 

C 50372, Jiine29, 1903 ; 2 c. June29, 1903. 

Gloria patri; music bv E. S. Lorenz. 

35283 
C 50302, June27,1903; 2 c.June27, 1903. 

sentence, music bv E. S. Lorenz. 

35284 
C 50374, June29, l903;2c.June29,1903. 

My God, my life, my love; music arr. by 
I. A. S. Wilson, from mass of Carl 
Maria von Weber. 35285 

C50303,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 
My spirit Longs for Thee; response, words 
by John Byrom; music by E. S. Lo- 
renz. 35286 
( ! 50373, June29,1903; 2 c.June29, 1903. 

Now the day is over; hymn anthem. 

music by \Y. A. Goldsworthy. 35287 

C50304,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Out of the depths; anthem, music by E. 

L. Ashford. 35288 

C50306,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Sanctus; trio for ladies' voices; music by 

C. J. Groenwold. 3528*9 

C50305,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Sweet the moments; hymn anthem, 

music by \Y. T. Giffe. 35290 

( ' 50375,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Thine earthly Sabbaths; hymn anthem, 

music bv L. O. Emerson. 35291 

C 50378, June29, 1903; 2c. June29, 1903. 

Voice (The) of many waters; soprano 

and alto duet; words by W. C. Martin; 

music bv II. \Y. Porter. 35292 

C 50376, June29, 1903; 2c.June29,1903. 



Luckhardt's musik-verlag 
(J. Feuchtinger), Stutt- 
gart, Germany. 
Consuelo; dramma lirico in un prologo e 
tre atti di Francesco Cimmino; deutsch 
von August Harlacher; musica di Al- 
fonso Rendano; vocal score. 35293 
C 50406, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Fest (Das) auf Solhaug; Schauspiel in 3 

aufzugen von Henrik Ibsen; musikvon 

Hans Pfitzner; vorspiel zum I, akt, fur 

grosses orchester. 35294 

C 50402, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Vorspiel zum II, akt, fur grosses or- 
chester. 35295 
C 50403, JuneSO, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Vorspiel zum III, akt, fur grosses or- 
chester. 35296 
C 50404, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Lvon and Healv Chicago, 
111. 
"American fantasia"; fur die harfe von 
Carl Wunderle. 35297 

C 50039, Junel 0,1903; 2c. JunelO, 1903. 

Conciliator (The) march; by W. H. Scou- 

ton, for band. 35298 

C 49933, June20, 1903; 2c. June20,1903. 

for orchestra. 35299 

C 49932, June20, 1903; 2c. June20, 1903. 
Hawthorn buds; song and dance schot- 
tische, bv Victor Lambert, for band. 

35300 
C50177,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Leonora polka; by Ben E. Atkisson, for 

band. 35301 

C50173,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

solo for cornet or trombone, by Ben 

E. Atkisson, for orchestra. 35302 

C50180,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Liberty forever march; by George D. 
Barnard, for band. 35303 

C 49935 , June20, 1903 ; 2 c. June20, 1903. 
for orchestra. 35304 

C49934,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

Lotus waltz; by Richard Stanley, for band. 

35305 
C501 75, June 25, 1903; 2 c.June 25, 1903. 

My sweetheart fair; song and dance schot- 

tische, byS. E. Morris, for band. 35306 

C50179,June25, 1903; 2 c.June 25, 1903. 

Officer of the day, march; by R. B. Hall, 
for band. 35307 

C49931,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

for orchestra. 35308 

C49936,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 



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599 



Lyon and I leal v, Chicago, 
111. ' 
< >n the boulevard; march by I>. M. Agnes, 
for orchestra. 35309 

C 50174, June25, 1903; 2c.Jane25,1903. 

Pretty Polly Poe; song and dance schot- 
tische, by Richard Stanley for band. 

35310 
C 50178,June25, 1 903; 2c.June25, 100:5. 

5th (The) battalion march; by Ralph 

Bartlett, for band. 35311 

C 50176,June25,1903; 2c.June25,1903. 

McMillin, (H. E.), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
"Heroique;" inarch arr. for brass and 
reed band, by Bert L. Billings. 35312 
C 50393, June30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. 

Master (The) hand; march by Richmond 

F. Hovt; arr. for brass and reed band 

by Carl Carlton. 35313 

C 50540, June30, 1903; 2c.June30,1903. 

'Possum gravy; march by Harry L. 

Williams: arr. for orchestra by Carl 

Carlton. " 35314 

C 50541,. June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Marble (Grace), Joliet, 111. 
'Neath clustering vines my darling's 
sleeping; words by Grace Marble and 
A. W. B. : music bv Grace Marble. 

35315 
C 48874, Junel. 1903: 2 c. June24,1903. 

Matthews (G. T.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Land of my children; patriotic song; 

words by Geo. T. Matthews; music by 

Jas. Hayden Morris. 35316 

C50296,Jnne 27,1903; 2c. J une27, 1903. 

Maurel (Madame), Paris, 

France. 

Aveux discrets; chanson valse; paroles 

de Briollet et Leo Lelievre; musique 

de H. Fragson; chant et piano. 35317 

C 49989, June 22, 1903 : 2c. June22, 1903. 



Missnd (Jean M.), Salem. 
Alas>. 
King Coal; march by F. W. ('lenient, for 
band. 35321 

C 50187, June25, 1903; 2c. June 25,1903. 

Molineux (George), New 

York, N. Y. 
Meditation in C; by Geo. Rosenkrans, 
for organ. 35322 

C 50170, June25, 1903; 2c. June 25, 1903. 

Offertoire in F: by J. AY Lerman for or- 
gan. 35323 
C49307,June9,1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Prelude in E flat, no. 14; by Frank C. 

Harrington for organ. 35324 

C 49308, June9,1903; 2 c. June 25,1903. 

Recessional; by Francis J. Barrett for 

organ. 35325 

C 49306, June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 25,1903. 

Request; by Francis J. Barrett for organ. 

35326 
C 49309, June 9,1903; 2 c. June 25,1903. 

Romance in G; by George Halm for or- 
gan. . 35327 
C50169,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Romanza; by J. W. Lerman for organ. 

1$5328 
C50171,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Mustel pere et tils, Paris, 

France. 

Valse-caprice; oeuvres originale pour 

orgue-Mustel, par Joseph Bizet: op. 13. 

Paris, Mustel pere & fils. 35329 

C50325, June 29, 1903 ; 2c. June 29, 1903. 

Needham (Alicia Adelaide), 
London, England. 
My dear and only love; song, words 
written by James Graham; music com- 
posed by Alicia Adelaide Needham. 
London, Novello and company, lim- 
ited. ' 35330 
C50438,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 



Mills (Frederick Allen), 
Yew York, N. Y. 
Good old Central Park; words and music, 
by Ralph Post. 35318 

C 50100, June24, 1903; 2c. June24, 1903. 



Newman (Joseph), Denver, 

Colo. 

Girl (The) who loved him so; or, The 

parlor clock ticked on tick tock; words 

by Nixon Waterman; music by Joseph 

Newman. 35331 

C 50544, Jnne 30, 1903; 2 c. June 6,1903. 
Out for a good old time; words by Alfred 

Bryan; music by Silvio Hein. 35319 Give me, God, a grateful heart; sacred 
C 49952, June20, 1903; 2c. June 20.1903. solo > by Joseph Newman. 35332 

C 50542. June 30,1903; 2 c. June 6,1903. 

Since I'm working every day; words by 

Wm. E. Browning; music by Sheppard Then he told another one; words and 

Camp. 35320 music by Joseph Newman. 35333 

C 49947. June20, 1903 :2c. June 20, 1903. , C 50543, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June6, 1903. 

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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Novello & co., limited, Lon- 
don, England. 
Bad luck to their marching; verse writ- 
ten by Charles Lever; music composed 
by Alicia Adelaide Need ham; no. 3 of 
" Three songs for soldiers;" no. 1 in D 
minor. London, Novello & co., 

limited. 35334 

C49978, June22, 1903 ; 2 c. June22, 1903. 

Blessed be Thou, Lord God; short full 

anthem, composed by C. H. Lloyd. 

Novello' s short anthems, no. 125. 

London, Novello & co., limited. 35335 

C50434, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. J une30, 1903. 

Earth (The) is the Lord's; harvest an- 
them; Psalm XXIV. I. words of Pas- 
torale by J. G. Johnston; composed by 
Alfred Hollins. London, Novello & 
co., limited. 35336 

C 50436, June30, 1903; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Gordons (The); verse written by B. Mal- 
colm Ramsay; music composed by 
Alicia Adelaide Needham; no. 2 of 
"Three songs for soldiers;" no. 1 in D. 
London, Novello & co., limited. 35337 
C 49977, June22, 1903 ; 2 c. June22, 1903. 

Might 1 march through life again; verse 
written by E. Fitzball, music composed 
by Alicia Adelaide Needham; no. 1 of 
"Three songs for soldiers;" no. 1 in F. 
London, Novello & co., limited. 35338 
C49976,June22,190:;: 2 c.June22,1903. 

O that men would praise the Lord: an- 
them for harvest, composed by John B. 
RlcEwen. Novello's octavo anthems 
no. 772. London, Novello c^c co., 
limited. 35339 

50435, June30, 1903; 2 c.June30,1903. 

Wind (The); junior unison song; words 

by Helena K. Kent; composed by 

George Rathbone. London, Novello 

& co., limited. 35340 

C50437,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 

Novello, Ewer & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Chautauqua hymnal and liturgy, with an 
introduction by John II. Vincent. 

35341 
A62550,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

O. K. music company, Chi- 
cago, III. 
Josette; three step, by Jos. ( learen for 
orchestra. 35342 

C50082,June24,1903;2e.Junel7,1903. 

Popularity; march and two step, by Jos. 

Gearen for orchestra. 35343 

C50083,June24,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 



Oakes (Daniel), jr., New 
York, N. Y. 
Rutherford march and two step; by Dan- 
iel Oakes, jr., for piano. 35344 
C 48914, June2,1903; 2c.June24,1903. 

Paine (Francis M.), Hyde 
Park. Mass. 
Shed on my heart Thy peace; sacred song, 
by Francis M. Paine. 35345 

C50537, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Two barcaroles; for piano bv Francis M. 

Paine. 35346 

C50538, June30, 1903 ; 2 c. June30, 1903. 

Phillips & Oliver, London, 
England. 
Sleep on; a lullaby, words by R. H. John- 
son; music by Albert E. Bennetto. 
London, Phillips & Oliver. 35347 

C50324,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Pinkham (Annie Marston), 
West Somerville, Mass. 
Day (A) dream; for the piano by Annie 
Marston Pinkham. 35348 

(501 57, June25, 1903; 2 c.June 25, 1903. 

Pinto (A. F.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Rising (The) generation, by A. F. Pinto: 
op/ 12. 35349 

C50057, June 16, 1903 ;2c.Junel6, 1903. 

Poepping (Noel), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Hush-a-bye, little one, sleep; a lullaby, 
composed by Noel Poepping. 35350 
C50045,Junel9,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

If I should lose you, sweetheart; song, by 

Noel Poepping. 35351 

C50047,Junel9,1903;2c. June 11,1903. 

Lord (The) is myShepherd; sacred song, 

by Noel Poepping. 35352 

C50046,Junel9,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

National (The) union; march and two step, 

by Noel Poepping, for piano. 35353 

C50044,Junel9,1903;2c.Junell,1903. 

Pond (Win. A.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Waltz (A) from Spottless Town; byS. S. 
Aronson; piano ace. 35354 

C49999,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Porter (II. W.), Baltimore, 
Md. 
Crucified with Christ; anthem with solos, 
by II. W. Porter: op. 99 A. 35355 

C50539,June30,1903;2c.June30,1903. 



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MUSICAL Compositions 



001 



Preiser (Theodore), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Colombine; by R. d'Aceves: op. 93, no. 
1; edited by P. W. Orem for piano. 

35356 
C49776,Junel7,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Flying (The) horses: by R. d'Aceves: 

op. 93, no. 10; edited by P. W. Orem 

for piano. 35357 

C49775,Junel7,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Little (A) story; by K. d'Aceves: op. 93, 
no. 5; edited by P. W. Orem for piano. 

35358 

049779, Junel7,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

March of the harlequins; byR. d'Aceves: 

op. 93, no. 8; edited bv P. \V. Orem 

for piano. 35359 

C49777,Junel7,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Mayflower; by R. d'Aceves: op. 93, no. 
6; edited bv P. W. Orem for piano. 

35360 
C49778,Junel7,1903;2c.Jnne22,1903. 

Spinning (The) girl; by Chas. Edwin 

Yeon: op. 14 for piano. 35361 

049774, Junel7,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Price & Reynolds, London, 

England. 

What a fellow will do for his wife; song 

written and composed by Harry Allen 

and John P. Harrington. London, 

Price & Revnolds. 35362 

C 50080, June 24, 1903; 2 c.June 24, 1903. 

Prouty music publishing co., 
Spencer, Mass. 
Hoist the John B. sails; two-step for or- 
chestra, bv Ed. W. Prouty. 35363 
C50186,June25,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Rahter (D. ), Leipzig, Ger- 
many. 
Stimmungsbilder fur schiiler-streichor- 
chester und harmonium oder orgel von 
Max Burger: op. 39 Xr. I Geboren im 
stalle zu Bethlehem, pastorale. Leip- 
zig, D. Rahter. 35364 
C 50013, June23, 1903 ; 2c. June23, 1903. 

Xr. 2. Gestorben am kreuze auf 

Golgatha, elegie. Leipzig, D. Rahter. 

35365 
C50014,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Reynolds & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Choir (The) outing; musical sketch, writ- 
ten and composed by Edward Kent. 
London, Revnolds & co. 35366 

C 50208, June26, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. 

Richardson (May M. ), Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Violets for you; words and music by May 
Richardson. 35367 

C50355,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 



Ricordi (G.) & c, Milano, 

Italy. 

Ed Floride; cake-walk pour orchestre, 

avec piano conducteur par Marcel 

Chapuis; no. 108823. Milano, G. 

Ricordi & c. 35368 

C49979, June 22, 1903 ; 2 c.June 22, 1903. 

J'ai trois fleurs dans mon jardin; poesie 

de Eugene Heros; musique de Louis 

Auguin; chant et piano, no. 108684. 

Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 35369 

C 49985, June 22, 1903; 2 c.June 22, 1903. 

Looping the loop; polka de Leo Pouget; 

piano seul. no. 108687. Milano, G. 

Ricordi & c. 35370 

C49981,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

polka pour orchestre, avec piano 

conducteur par Leo Pouget. no. 108688. 

Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 35371 

C49980,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Marche bretonne; de Paul Fauchey; or- 
chestre par V. Joncieres; orchestre 
avec piano conducteur. no. 108683. 
Milano, G. Ricordi & c. 35372 

C49983,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

). 108587 



piano seul. 

G. Ricordi & c 



Milano; 
35373 

C49984., June22, 1903 ; 2c. June22, 1903. 

Tarragone; marche espagnole pour or- 
chestre avec piano conducteur par Mar- 
cel Chapuis. no. 10S689. Milano, G. 
Ricordi & c. 35374 

C49982,June22,1903;2c.June22,1903. 

Rosenberg (G. M. ), New 
York, X. Y. 
Pet (The) of the army; march arr. bv 
E. Boettger for band.' 35375 

C 50185 , June25, 1903 ; 2c. June25, 1903. 

Saxbv (Lewis), Xew York, 
N. Y. 
Jack and Jill ; song, bv Lewis Saxbv. 

35376 
C 49732, Junel5, 1903 ; 2c. Junel5, 1903. 

Pussv cat, pussy cat; song, bv Lewis 

Saxbv. 35377 

C 49929, June20, 1903 ; 2c. June20, 1903. 

Schirmer ( G. ) , Xew York, 

X. Y. 

Dimitri; " Pales etoiles," reverie; English 

version by Dr. Th. Baker; music by 

Victorin Joncieres. 35378 

C 50253, June26, 1903 ; 2c. June26, 1903. 

Etienne Marcel ; ' 'Obeaux re ves e vanouis ! ' ' 

aria; English version by Dr. Th. Baker; 

music by C. Saint-Saens. 35379 

C 50254, June26, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. 



2264:— OS- 



SOS 



602 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Schirmer (G. ), New York, 
X. Y. 
Etudes-caprices; for violin, with a second 
violin, by Henri Wieniawski: op. 18; 
Book I edited and fingered by Leopold 
Lichtenberg, with a biographical 
sketch of the author by Richard Aid- 
rich. Schirmer' s library of musical 
classics, vol. 184. 35380 

C 50275, May 28, 1903 ; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Fee (La) aux roses; "En dormant c' est 

a moi," romance; English version by 

Dr. Th. Baker; music bv Jaques F. 

Halevy. 35381 

C50255, June 26, 1903 ; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Fiancee (La) d'Abydos; "O nuit, qui 

me couvre," cantilena; English version 

by Dr. Th. Baker; music by Adrien 

Barthe. 35382 

C50251,June26,1903;2c.June26,1903. 

Forza (La) del destino; "Madre, pietosa 
vergine;" aria; English version by Dr. 
Th. Baker; music by Giuseppe Verdi. 

35383 
C50252,June26,1903;2c.June26,1903. 



"Pace, pace, mio Dio;" melodia; 

English version by Dr. Th. Baker; 
music by Giuseppe Verdi. 35384 

C50249,June26, 1903; 2 c.June 26, 1903. 
Guarany (II); "Cera una volta un prin- 
cipe;" ballad; English version by Dr. 
Th. Baker; music by A. Carlos Gomes. 

35385 
C50250,June26,1903;2c.June26,1903. 

In der marznacht; (On a March night) 
English version by II. G. Chapman; 
music by Wilhelm Taubert, for sopra- 
no or tenor; English version by H. G. 
Chapman. 35386 

C50273,May 21,1903; 2c.May 21,1903. 

Ln vocation; lor organ, by George A. Bur- 
den. 35387 
C50069,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Kinderfreund (Der); (The children's 
friend) sixty little piano pieces for 
practice and recreation, complete in 
one volume and in two books; by Louis 
Kuhler: op. 243; English translations 
by Dr. Th. Baker; hook 1. Schirmer's 
library of musical classics, vol. 768. 

35388 
C 5027»), May 28, 1903; 2 c,M ay 28, 1 903. 
book 2. Schirmer's library of mu- 
sical classics, vol. 770. 35389 
C 50277, May 28, 1903; 2 c.May 28,1903. 

Malgre moi; (In spite of all) select 

French song by Georges Pfeiffer for 

soprano or tenor in E flat; English 

version bv II. G. Chapman. 35390 

C 50274", May 21 ,1903; 2c. May 21 , 1903. 

204 



'Ave Maria;" English version 

Th. Baker; music bv Giuseppe 

35394 



Schirmer (G.), Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Offertoire; for organ bv George A. Bur- 
dett. 35391 

C50070,June23,1903;2c.,lune23,1903. 

Operatic anthology; celebrated arias se- 
lected from operas . . . edited by Max 
Spicker. vol. 1. soprano. 35392 

C62724,June26,1903;2c.June26,1903. 

Orfeo; "Del mio core;" recitative and 

aria; English version by Dr. Th. Baker; 

music by Joseph Haydn. 35393 

C 50242, June26, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. 

Otello; 
by Dr. 
Verdi. 
C 50243, June26, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. 

Palpiti (I); for violin with accompani- 
ment of piano, by XiccoloPaganini: op. 
13; the violin-part edited and fingered 
by Leopold Lichtenberg. Master- 
pieces for the violin vol. 30. Schir- 
mer's library of musical classics, vol. 
724. 35395 

C 50103, June24, 1903; 2 c.June24, 1903. 

Pecheurs (Les) de perles; "Me voila 

seule dans la nuit," cavatina; English 

version bv Dr. Th. Baker; music bv 

Georges Bizet. 35396 

C 50244, June26, 1903 ; 2 c. June26, 1903. 

"Odieu Brahma!" aria; English ver- 
sion by Dr. Th. Baker; music by 
Georges Bizet. 35397 
C 50245, June26, 1903; 2 c.June26, 1903. 

Philemon et Baucis; "Ah! si je redeve- 
nais," romance; English version by 
Dr. Th. Baker; music bv Charles Gou- 
nod. 35398 
C50246,June26,1903;2c.June26,1903. 
bv 



Postlude; for organ, 
dett. 



George A. Bur- 
35399 



C50072,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Roi (Le) et le fermier; "II regardait mon 

bouquet," arietta; English version by 

Dr. Th. Baker; music by Pierre Alex. 

Monsigny. 35400 

C50247,June26,1903;2c..lnne26,1903. 

Saisons (Les); "Tout cede a vosdoux ap- 
pas," aria; English version by Dr. Th. 
Baker; music by Pascal Colasse. 35401 

C50248,June26,1903;2c.Jnne26,1903. 

Sonata; for piano and violoncello, by 

Frederic Chopin: op. 65; edited and 
fingered by Leo Schulz. Schirmer's 
library of musical classics, vol. 64. 

35402 
C50102,June24,1903;2e.June24,l!M)3. 



V. 36, No. 28 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



603 



Schirmer (G. ), Now York, 
N. V. 
Sonata III in D; tor violin with accom- 
paniment of piano [by] Jean Marie 
Le Clair. Schirmer's library of musical 
classics, v. 722. 35403 

A62594,June24,1903;2e.June24,1903. 

Streghe(Le); (The witches' dance) for 
violin and piano, by Niccold Paganini. 
Schirmer's library of musical classics, 
v. 723. 35404 

A 62593, June24, 1903; 2c. Jnne 24,1903. 

"There are large eternal fellows," chorus 
for men's voices and baritone solo with 
accompaniment of piano; words by Sam 
Walter Foss; music by George Coleman 
Gow. G. Schirmer's octavo collection 
of choruses for men's voices, no. 4311. 

35405 
C 50068, June23, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 

Thirty-two preludes for pianoforte; by 
Stephen Heller: op. 119; edited and 
fingered by Louis Oesterle. Schirmer's 
library of nmsical classics, vol. 748. 

35406 
C50101,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Twelve caprices; for violin, [by] Pietro 
Rovelli: op. 3&5. Schirmer's library 
of musical classics, v. 759. 35407 

A 62591 , June24, 1903 ; 2c. June24, 1903. 
Yiolin-schule; (violin-school) by Fried- 
rich Hermann. vol. 1. Schirmer's 
library, vol. 742. 35408 

A 62621 , J nne24, 1903 ; 2c. Jnne24, 1903. 

vol. 2. Schirmer's library, vol. 743. 

35409 
A 62622, June24, 1903 ; 2c. June24, 1903. 

"Wedding song; for organ by George A. 
Burdett. 35410 

C50071,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Schmidt (C. F.) Heilbronn, 
Germany. 
Treueschwur; festklange; (Oath of al- 
legiance, festive strains) von Cyrill 
Kistler: op. 62; ausgabe fur orchester, 
partitur. Heilbronn, C. F. Schmidt. 

35411 
C 50412, June30, 1903; 2c. June30,1903. 

Schuberth (J.) & co., Leip- 
zig, Germany. 
" Swaty Polskie;" (Polnische braut- 
werbung) ouverture fur grosses orches- 
ter componirt von Felix Xowowiejski; 
no. 7436, orchester-partitur. Leipzig, 
J. Schuberth & co. 35412 

C 50400, June30,1903; 2c. June30, 1903. 



Shapiro, Bernstein <Sc co., 
Now York, N. Y. 
Beaver (The) orchestra folio no. 2; arr. 
by Maurice F. Smith; cornet part. 

35413 
C 49930,.Tune20, 1903; 2c.Jnne20,1903. 

piano ace. part. 35414 

C 50106, June24,1903; 2c. June24,1903. 

Shattinger piano & music co. , 

St. Louis. Mo. 

Sextette from "Lucia;" transcribed by 

Mori; Edition Shattinger, for piano, 

edited, revised and fingered by eminent 

artists. 35415 

C 50231, June26, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. 

Sheard (Charles'! &co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Daisy (The) and the dandelion; song, 
written and composed by A. J. Mills 
and Bennett Scott. London, Charles 
Sheard & co. 35416 

C 49916, June20, 1903; 2c. Junel9, 1903. 

Ebony eccentricities; characteristic cake 
walk, by Arthur Trevelyan for piano. 
London, Charles Sheard & co. 35417 

C50075, June 24, 1903 ; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Have a little bit on me; song, written 
and composed by Alfred Saker. Lon- 
don, Charles Sheard & co. 35418 

C49918,June20,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

I know a thing or two, I do; song, 
written and composed by Alfred Saker. 
London, Charles Sheard & co. 35419 

C50074,June24,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

McNab, McDuff, McPherson, and me; 
song, written and composed by Harry 
Wincott. London, Charles Sheard 
& co. 35420 

C49917,June20,1903;2c.Junel9,1903. 

Cncle Pliny; cake walk, by Enrico Bru- 
netti for piano. London, Charles 
Sheard & co. 35421 

C50077,June 24,1903; 2 c.Junel9,1903. 

Whimsical Willum; cake walk, by Arthur 

Tre velvan for piano. London, Charles 

Sheard & co. 35422 

C50076, June 24, 1903 ; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Simon (Carl), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Serenade, D moll; fur violino, oder viola 
alta oder violoncello solo mit orchester, 
komponiert von Cyrill Kistler: op. 72; 
partitur und stimmen. 35423 

C50432, June 30, 1903; 2c. June 30, 1903. 



205 



604 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Small (Harold J. ) Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Sure as sunshine follows rain; words and 
music by T. W. Small. 35424 

C50151, June 25, 1903; 2c. June 25,1903. 

Sorenson (Lars) Fort Mon- 
roe, Va. 
Canzonetta; berceuse, composed by Lars 
Sorenson violin solo, piano acct. 35425 
C50364, June 23, 1903; 2c. June 23, 1903. 

Stebbins (Geo. C.) U. S. 
Beyond; words b) f Flora Kirkland; mu- 
sic by Geo. C. Stebbins. 35426 
C50310, June 27,1903; 2c. June27,1903. 

Christ for the world we sing; words by S. 
Wolcott; music by Geo. C. Stebbins. 

35427 
C50312,June27,1903; 2c. June 27,1903. 

Kept by His power; words by Charlotte 
Murray; music by Geo. C. Stebbins. 

35428 
C50316, June 27, 1903; 2c. June 27, 1903. 

Sands (The) of time are sinking; words 

by Mrs. Anne R. Cousin; music by 

Geo. C. Stebbins. 35429 

C50311,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

There's a widenesa in God's mercy; words 
by F. W. Faber; music by Geo. C. 
Stebbins. 35430 

C50314,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

We would see Jesus; words by Anna B. 
Warner; music by Geo. C. Stebbins. 

35431 
C50315,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Wondrous (The) story; words by Hattie 
W. Pierson; music by Geo. C. Steb- 
bins. 35432 
C50313,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Stern (Jos. W.) & eo, New 

Y« rk, N. Y. 

Be the sunlight of my heart; words by 

Roy L. McCardell; music by Louis G. 

Muniz. 35433 

( ! 49937, June20, 1 903;2c. June 20, 1 903. 

Blonde (The) in black; selection, by 

Smith and Kerker, for full orchestra 

and piano accompaniment. 35434 

C50061,June23,1903;2c.June23,li>(>:;. 

Congo love soug; arr. by C. De Janon, 
for guitar and voice. 35435 

C 50112, June24,1903; 2c. June24,1903. 
guitar solo. 35436 

C50111,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Drinking song; Although I'm so demure; 

words by Harry B. Smith; music by 

Gustave Kerker. 35437 

C 50114, June24, 1903; 2c. June24, 1903. 



Stern (Jos. YT.) & eo., New 

York, N. Y. 

I love the American rag-time; words by 

Harrv B. Smith; music bv Gustave 

Kerker. 35438 

C 50116, June24,1903; 2c. June24,1903. 

"Never do nuthin' for nobody, dat does 

nuthin' for you; " words by Sam Lewis; 

music by Sam Peyser. 35439 

C 50288, June27,1903; 2c. June27,1903. 

United States forever; march, by Jos. 

LaCalle for full orchestra and piano 

accompaniment. 35440 

C 50060, June23, 1903: 2c. June23,1903. 

When she walks like this: words and 
music bv Annie Andros Hawlev. 

35441 
C50113,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Y'ankee (The) girl; words by Harry B. 
Smith; music bv Gustave Kerker. 

35442 
C50115,June24,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Yumuri; characteristic rag, by Jos.- La 
Calle for full orchestra and piano ac- 
companiment. 35443 
C50059,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Strack (Ernest W.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Benedicite; omnia opera Domini; com- 
posed by Harvey Bartlett Gaul. The 
choir library. 35444 

C5027S,Juue23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Bunch (A) of violets; song, words by 

John M. Hughes; composed bv Vivian 

Polk Lowe. 35445 

C50279,June23,1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Clover blossoms; words by John M. 
Hughes; composed by Maurice Ar- 
nold. 35446 
C 50280, June 23, 1903 ; 2c. June23, 1903. 

Three songs, by Robert W. Forcier: op. 
1, no. 2; To a jasmine tree. 35447 

C50282, June 23, 1903; 2 c. June23, 1903. 
no. 3; The moss rose. 35448 

C 50283, June 23, 1903; 2 c.June23, 1903. 

Street (Frank S.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Sweet Rosie Ryan; words by B. M. Tay- 
lor; music by Frank S. Street. 35449 
C50272,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Bummy (Clayton F. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Ten two-voiced melodies for children; by 
Blanche Van Kuran. 35450 

C 50107, June24, 1903; 2 c.June24, 1903. 



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605 



Thompson (C. W.) & co., 
Boston, Mass. 
Garden (The) of dreams; words by J. W. 
Stewart; music by M. Rose Rochette. 

35451 
C50308,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Two roses; words by Clarence Urmy; 

music by Mabelle Gk Beals. 35452 

C 50307.. June27. 1903; 2c.June27,1903. 

When the woods are still; words by J. W. 

Stewart; music by E. A.Santon. 35453 

C50309,June27,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

Vandersloot music co., 
Williainsport, Pa. 
Nyla; an Algerian intermezzo by Dough- 
erty-Smith: arr. by Lee Orean Smith, 
for full orchestra. * 35454 

C 50270, June27, 1903; 2 cJune27, 1903. 

Society swells; a cake walk dream; march 

two-step, by J. Lawrence Ritchie for 

mandolin orchestra. 35455 

C 50271, June27, 1903; 2c. June27, 1903. 

Vincent music co., ltd., 

London, England. 

Lettre d'amour; melody in F, by Stepan 

Esipoff: op. 28 tor piano; New century 

series of modern pianoforte music, no. 

244. 35456 

C 49914, June20, 1903 ; 2c. June20, 1903. 

Romance sans paroles; par Stepan Esipoff. 
New century series of modern piano- 
forte music, no. 245. London, The 
Vincent music co., ltd. 35457 

C50264,June27,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Spinning song; (Larlleuse) petite etude 
de salon, by Anton Strelezki for piano. 
New century series of modern piano- 
forte music, no. 242. 35458 
C49915 June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

Yon Tilzer (Harry) music 
publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Good bye, Eliza Jane; words by Andrew 
B. Sterling; music by Harrv von Til- 
zer. 35459 
C 50256, June26, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. 

Johnny, the jovial Johnny; words and 

music by Arthur Trevelyan. 35460 

C 50065, June23, 1903 ; 2 c. June23, 1903. 

1 • My moonlight maid' ' ; words and music 
by Walter Ardell. 35461 

C 50063, June23, 1903; 2 c. June23,1903. 

My sunshine Sue; words by Fiore Fos- 
ter; music by Geo. H. Foster. 35462 
C 50257, June26, 1903 ; 2 c. June26, 1903. 



Von Tilzer (Harry) music 
publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Sentimental( The ) oriental maiden ; words 
by Addison Kavanaugh; music by Al- 
fred J. Doyle. 35463 
C50062,June23 J 1903;2c.June23,1903. 

Trixie; words by Andrew B. Sterling; 

music by Harry Yon Tilzer. 35464 

C 50064, June23, 1903 ; 2 c. June23, 1903, 

" Whistling Rilev" ; words and music by 

Ed. Rogers. 35465 

C 50066, June23, 1903; 2 c.June23, 1903. 

Wa-Wan press, Newton Cen- 
ter, Mass. 
For pianoforte; "At the grave of a hero", 
"Landscape", and "To Morfydd." 
Wa-Wan series of American composi- 
tions. 35466 
A62342,June20,1903; 2c. Junel 7,1903. 

Three songs; "The lament of Deirdee," 

"1 look into my glass," and "Love's 

secret." Wa-Wan series of American 

compositions. 35467 

A62341,June20,1903;2c.Junel7,1903. 

Weekes & co., London, Eng- 
land. 
Ode (An) to music; for soprano or tenor, 
solo, chorus and orchestra; words by 
Florence Hoare; music by Myles B. 
Foster; vocal score. London, Weekes 
& co. 35468 

C 50323, June29, 1903; 2c. June29, 1903. 

Thou shalt keep the feast of harvest; com- 
posed by Caleb Simper. Harvest an- 
them. London, Weekes & co. 35469 
C 50322, June29, 1903; 2c. June29, 1903. 

Wells (Maurice), Chicago, 
111. 
When you are in love; words and music, 
bv Maurice Wells and Louis Ortenstein. 

35470 
C50081,Junel5,1903;2c.Junel5,1903. 

Welton (Richard), Denver, 
Colo. 
Graded time exercises; for pianists, vo- 
calists, etc., by Richard Welton. 35471 
C 60604, May 18, 1903; 2 c.June20, 1903. 

Wersel (Henry), Hyde Park, 

Ohio. 
Once I had a sweetheart; words and mu- 
sic by Henry Wersel. 35472 
C42216,Jan.29,1903;2c.June27,1903. 

West (Clarence), Boston, 
Mass. 
Tree (The) and the vine; vocal duet, by 
Clarence West. 35473 

C 49923, June20, 1903; 2c. June23, 1903. 



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606 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



White (Henry A.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Your summer girl; waltz song, words by 
Jesse Ellis; music bv Will T. Pierson, 
jr. 35474 

C 50073, June23, 1 903 ; 2c. June23, 1903. 

White-Smith music publish- 
ing company, Boston, 
Mass. 
Lily i The) of the valley; mazurka facile 
by Johanning; piano ace. part with 10 
parts for orchestra. White Smith 
edition. 35475 

C 49953, June20. 1903; 2c. J une20, 1903. 

Williams (H. X.) , St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Missouri; march and two step, by H. N. 
Williams for piano. 35476 

C 50058, June 19,1903; 2c. June 8,1903. 

Willig (Geo.) & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 
Girls in red; march by Geo. T. Pritch- 
ard for piano. 35477 

C 49998, June22,1903; 2c. June22, 1903. 

Willis (\Y. H.) & CO., Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio. 
"Jes' hurry up de penshun;" song by 
J. B. Stinson. 35478 

C 49939. June20,1903; 2c. June20.1903. 

Loves dream; song for contralto, with 

piano and cello obligato; words and 

music by Esther Silsby. 35479 

C 49938, June20,1903; 2c. June20,1903. 

Wimmerstedt (John Emil), 

Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Belle 'The) of the south; march and two 
step by John Emil Wimmerstedt for 
piano. * 35480 

C 47319, May 6, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Windsor Music company. 
Chicago, 111. 
Princess Pocahontas; march and two- 
step, arr. by L. Rosales for orchestra. 

35481 
C 49512, Junel2,1903; 2c. June25,1903. 

Winteringer (The) music 
co., itd.. Pittsburg, Pa. 
William McKinley's funeral march; com- 
posed lor the piano by J. Markus 11. 
Winteringer: op. 12. ' 35482 

C 50051, Apr. 15, 1902; 2c. Feb. 19.1902. 

Witmark (Marcus) & sons., 
New York. X. Y. 
Alone mi a raft atsea! a sea song for bass, 
by Charles D. Bin-ham. 35483 

C50146,June25,1903;2c.June24,1903. 
Back ii]i. coon 



song by John Larkms. 
35484 
C50192,June25,1903;2c.June24,1903. 



Witmark (Marcus) & sons, 
Xew York. N. Y. 
Crest (The), song collection no. 2. 

35485 
C 5026 l,June26, 1903; 2 c.June25, 1903. 

Darkville parade: march and two-step 

by C. H. Collins, for piano. 35486 

C50188,June25,1903;2c.June2L1903. 

Ethiopia; an African intermezzo, by Al. 

Johns: arr. for orchestra bv Wm. 

Christopher O'Hare. 35487 

C 50201, June25,1903;2c.June24.1903. 

Florence Reilly: waltz intro. "My Ameri- 
can beaut v rose;" arr. for orchestra bv 
W. C. O'Hare. 35488 

C50320,June27,1903;2c. June 26,1903. 

Game (The) of love; song, bv Maurice 

J. Stonehill. 35489 

C503S2,June29,1903:2c.June29,1903. 

"Gloomy Gus;" characteristic march 

and two-step, by Nick Brown; arr. for 

band by Harry Prendiville. 35490 

C50317,June27,1903;2c.June26.1903. 

I can't guess whom they're for; song by 

Frederic Solomon. 35491 

C5019(i.June25,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

It's pie! from "Mr. Pipp;" words by 

George Totten Smith: music by Theo. 

H. Northrup. * 35492 

C50386 ; June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

Lambs (The) gambol; danse eccentrique 

by Theo. Bendix; arr. by T. P. Trink- 

aus for guitar solo. 35493 

C49945,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

Laughing eyes: by J. A. Silberberg for 

piano. 35494 

C50195,June25,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Little Drowsy-eyes; by Robt. P. Skilling 

for voice and piano. 35495 

C 50190, June 25, 1903; 2c. June24, 1903. 

Lucky \ A) duck; a web-foot promenade 

bv LI o ward Whitney; arr. for banjo 

club, by Paul Eno. ' 35496 

C50260,June26,1903;2c.June25,1903. 

Lulu's honeymoon; from "Undercover;" 

words by Edward llarrigan; music by 

George Braham. 35497 

C 50385, June 29, 1903; 2c. June29, 1903. 

March of the toys: from Babes in Toy- 
land, bv Victor Herbert for piano. 

35498 

( '50193, June 25. 1 903: 2c. June24. 1903. 



My own dear Irish queen 
Chauncey < Hcott. 
C 50383, June 29, 1903; 2c. June29, 1903 



song, by 
3549*9 



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607 



Witmark (Marcus) & son, 

New York, X. Y. 

Oh! what's the use; song from "Under 

cover;" words by Edward Harrigan; 

music by George Brabam. 35500 

C 50191, June 25, L903:2c.June24,1903. 

Otherwise he's a decent fellow; song 
from "Mr. Pipp;" words by Rida 
Johnson Y'oung; music bv R. J. Dun- 
lap. 35501 
C50189,June25,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Pie! pie! pie! song from "Mr. Pipp;" 

words by George Totten Smith; music 

by Theo. H. Northrup. 35502 

C50197,June25,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Rag (The) dolly's lullaby; by Gay lord 

Barrett for piano. 35503 

C50194, June25, 1903 ; 2 c. June24, 1903. 

Riding on the old "L" train; words by 

Charles Noel Douglas; music bv James 

W. Casey. * 35504 

C503S4, June29, 1903 ; 2 c. June29, 1903. 

Sakes alive; characteristic march and two 

step, bv Stephen Howard; arr. for 

orchestra, by W. C. O'Hare. 35505 

C5031 8, June 27, 1903; 2c. June 26, 1903. 

She's my girl the whole year 'round; 

waltz/ intro. "Always you;" arr. for 

orchestra, by W. C. O'Hare. 35506 

C50321,June27,1903;2c.June26,1903. 



Witmark (Marcus) & son, 

New York, N, Y. 

Soldier boys are only toys; words by 

Bartley C. Costello; music by Leo. 

Friedman. ' 35507 

C50198,June25,1903;2c,June24,1903. 

Susie; words by Hubert Levy; music by 

John Mason Strauss. 35508 

C50380, June 29, 1903 ; 2c. June 29, 1903. 

When a maiden goes a-fishing; from 
"The Elopers;" words by Guy F. 
Steelv; music bv Frederic Chapin. 

35509 
C50381,June29,1903;2c.June29,1903. 

When the springtime comes around; 

intro. "I love only you;" waltz by 

Billee Taylor; arr. by T. Phillips, for 

banjo solo. 35510 

C49946,June20,1903;2c.June20,1903. 

Wigwam dance; a reservation innova- 
tion, by Leo Friedmann; arr. for or- 
chestra' by Theo. Bendix. 35511 
C50319, June27, 1903; 2c. June26, 1903. 

Y^allelly; words by Ormsby A. Court; 

music by Walter H. Lewis. 35512 

C50199,June25,1903;2c.June24,1903. 

Y°PP (Alfred H.), Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 
Tar heel cake-walk; by Alfred H. Y r opp, 
for piano. 35513 

C43865,Mar.6,1903; 2c. June 27,1903. 



Number of Musical compositions entered since Jan. 1, 1903 11,742 



209 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 

CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietor; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice, if printed in full, 
would read, ••Copyright by Frank S. Ailes, Philadelphia, Pa. Class F, XXc, no. 14517, June 11, 
1903; 1 copy received June 2*4, 1903; 1 copy received June 11, 1903." 



Ailes (Frank S.) Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
It's up to you. (F 14517, June 11, 1903; 
1 e. June 21, 1903; 1 c. June 11, 1903.) 

35514 

Abeles (M. F. ) & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Terror (The) of the desert. (F 14593, 
June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903.) 

35515 

Bates (Fred W.) Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Roosevelt's (President) horse Wyoming. 
(F 14602, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 
1903.) 35516 

Baxter (George M. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Be it ever so humble dars no — o place 
like home. (F 14446, June 30, 1903; 2 
C. June 22, 1903.) 35517 

Bo wen (A. H.), Rockford, 
111. 
When the President came to town. (F 
14597, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35518 

Boyce (W. D. ) company, 
Chicago, 111. 
How to finish off the biscuit trust. (F 
14640, June 24, 1903.) 35519 

There are some things that even justice 
must not be allowed to see. (F 14641, 
June 24, 1903.) 35520 

2 c. each June 24, 1903. 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Ladv (A) of quality. ( F 14655, June 26, 
1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903.) 35521 

Memorv and hope. 4x10. (F 14767, July 
2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903.) 35522 

Tea ( The ) merchant. ( F 14654, June 26, 
1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903.) 35523 



Cook (Thomas) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Other (The) way. Making his own ar- 
rangements. 7x9 inch. (F 14472, 
June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903.) 

35524 

Pe La Mare (A. T.) ptg. & 

pub. co., ltd., New 

York, N. Y. 

Abies Polita. plate 56. Supplement to 

the Florists Exchange, vol. 16. no. 2. 

July 11, 1903. (F 14645, June 25, 1903.) 

35525 

Bed of evergreens — background of pin 
oaks, plate 55. Supplement to the 
Florists Exchange. v. 15. no. 26. 
June 27, 1903. (F 14647, June 25, 1903.) 

35526 

I Paulownia imperialis — Empress tree, 
plate 58. Supplement to the Florists 
Exchange. v. 16. no. 6. Aug. 8, 
1903. (F 14648, June 25, 1903. ) 35527 

Vines on the ruins of the old manor house 
on the Phelps estate, Teaneck, N. J. 
plate 57. Supplement to the Florists 
Exchange. v. 16. no. 4. July 25, 
1903. (F 14646, June 25, 1903.) 35528 
2 c. each June 25, 1903. 

Desbecker-Block tailoring; co., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
We've a man on the spot. (F 14464, 
June 9, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903.) 35529 

Petroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit. Mich. 
Central avenue, Belle Isle, Mich. 6665. 
(F 14752, July 1, 1903.) 35530 

Colorado (A) wild flower, Pike's Peak, 
from Garden of the Gods. 6709. (F 
14753, July 1, 1903.) 35531 



— RainboAv Falls. 
July 1, 1903.) 



211 



6710. (F 



47 



14754, 
35532 



478 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Columbine (The), a Colorado wild 
flower, Grav's Peak. 6712. (F 14756, 
July 1, 1903.) 35533 

Daisy (The), a Colorado wild flower. 
6711. (-F 14755, July 1, 1903.) 35534 

First tunnel, Grand river canyon, Colo- 
rado. 6754. (F 14758, July 1, 1903.) 

35535 
Grand river canyon, Colorado. 6753. 
(F 14757, July 1. 1903.) 35536 

2 c. each July 1, 1903. 

English (C. E.), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
New Minnesota state capitol. (F 14388, 
June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903.) 

35537 

Fleisher brothers, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
"Success," Fleisher brothers cosmopoli- 
tan series. (F 14698, June 29, 1903: 2 
c. June 23, 1903.) 35538 

Harper £ brothers, New 

York. X. Y. 

Act I, scene V. A hall in Capulet's 

house. Romeo: " Have not saints lips. 

and holy palmers too?" (F 14054 

May 9, 1903.) 35539 

Act II, scene VI. Friar Laurence's coll. 
Friar: ••Romeo shall thank thee, 
daughter, for us both." (F 14055, May 
9,1903.) 35540 

Act III. scene I. The death of Mercutio. 
(F 14056, May 9, 1903. I 35541 

Act Y, scene III. A churchyard. Ju- 
liet: "<) happv dagger! This is thy 

sheath ..." | F 14057. May9, L903.) 

35542 
2 c. each June 23, 1903. 

Hearst (W. R.1, New York. 

N. Y. 

Ali Baba and the forty percenters. (F 

14(142. June 24, 1903; 2 C. .June 24, 
1903.) 35543 

Alphonse and Gaston and their friend 

Leon in Africa. They are presented 
with a trained gorilla bva native chief. 
(F 14611, June 22. 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35544 

Bad (A i boy's diary (illustrated). (F 
145 15, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 35545 

Bill came. ( F 14607, June 22. 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903.) 35546 

Captain | Den is really smart. ( F 14508, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. I 

35547 



Hearst (W. R.), New York, 
N. Y. 

Child labor is simply labor. (F 14513, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

35548 

Exhibition (An) of moving pictures on 
Mt. Ararat. (F 14511, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903.) 35549 

( Glorious (The) Fourth when Mr. Geezer 
was a boy. (F 14742, June 29, 1903; 
2 c. June 29, 1903.) 35550 

Happy Hooligan's rich Uncle Jake, from 
the Klondike. (F 14507, June 15, 
1903: 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 35551 

Happy Hooligan takes his little nephews 
to the photographer, and Gloomy Gus 
and Happv's dog Flip go too.' ( F 

14605, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35552 

He was an ungrateful gentleman. (F 

14606, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. ) 

35553 

In the Mount Ararat police court, the day 

after the Fourth. (F 14739, June 29, 

1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903.) 35554 

In the tunnel: or. It wasn't Arthur. 
(F 14512, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 35555 

Love (The) of Lulu and Leander; Leander 
asserts himself. (F 14506, June 15. 
1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 35556 

Love (The) of Lulu and Leander: Leander 
celebrates the Fourth. (F 14740, June 
29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903.) 35557 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 
14514. June ]^. 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 

35558 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 

14617, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. ) 

35559 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 

14H27. June 23, 1903: 2 c. June 23. 1903. ) 

35560 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 

14044. June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. ) 

35561 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 

14703, July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. I 

35562 

Married life as seen from the inside. (F 
14817, July 2, 1903: 2 c. July 2. 1903.) 

35563 

Naughty, naughtv, Toodles! I F 14610, 
June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22. 1903.) 

35564 

Naughty, naughty Toodles! a warning to 
children who won't do what their 
mother tells them. ( F 1473S, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 2H. 1903.) 35565 

Naughty Toodles! (F 14510, June 15. 
1903; 2 c. June 15. 1903.) 35566 



212 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



479 



Hearst (W. R.), New York, 
N. V. 
No. the elephant will not turn around. 
(F 14615, June 22, L903; 2 c. Juno 22, 
1903.) 35567 

Our happy family celebrates the glorious 

Fourth." ( F 1474:',, Juno 29, 1903; 2 c. 
June 20, 1S03.) 35568 

Retribution, a Fourth of July pastoral. 
(F 14741, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 
1903. ) 35569 

Spendthrift (The). (F 14614, June 22, 
1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903.) 35570 

Ten little postal men, no. 1. (F 14616, 
June 22. 1903: 2 c. June 22, 1903.) 

35571 
no. 2. (F 14626, June 23, 1903; 2 c. 



June-23, 1903. 



35572 



no. 3. (F 14643, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 

June 24, 1903.) 35573 

no. 4. (F 14649, June 25, 1903; 2 c. 

June 25, 1903. ) 35574 

no. 5. (F 14657. June 26, 1903; 2 c. 

June 22, 1903.) 35575 

no. 6. (F 14694, June 27. 1903: 2 c. 

June 27, 1903.) 35576 

no. 7. (F 14745, June 29, 1903; 2 c. 

June 29. 1903.) 35577 

no. 8. (F 14747, June 30, 1903; 2 c. 

June 30, 1903. ) 35578 

no. 9. (F 14762, July 1, 1903; 2 c. 

July 1, 1903.) 35579 

no. 10. (F 14816, July 2, 1903; 2 c. 

July 2, 1903.) 35580 

That awful lvnx creates a disturbance in 
the Mt. Ararat theatre. (F 14609. 
June22, 1903; 2 c. June22, 1903. ) 35581 

Thrilling (The) submarine adventures of 
A lphonse and Gaston ; assisted by their 
friend Leon, they search for a sunken 
treasure chest, in three chapters: chap- 
ter 3. (F 14509, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903.) 35582 

We laugh at the poor elephant. ( F 14744, 
June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903.) 

35583 

Who loaded that bomb. (F 14613, June 
22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903.) 35584 

Yes! Mrs. Katzenjammer surprised the 
captain. (F 14612, June 22, 1903: 2 c. 
June 22, 1903.) 35585 

Young (The) man she met at Aunt 



Hill (R. K.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

At the well. (F 14630, June 23, 1903.) 

35587 

Garden products. (F 14628, June 23, 

1903.) 35588 

Lone (The) fisherman. (F 14634, June 
23, 1903.) 35589 

Making hay. (F 14633, June 23, 1903.) 

35590 

On the farm links. (F 14631, June 23, 

1903.) 35591 



(F 1J629, June 23, 
35592 



Lizzie's. (F 14737, June 29, 1903; 



June 29, 1903.) 



35586 



Picking tire wood 
1903.) 

Hounding the cape. (F 14632, June 23, 
1903. 35593 

2 c. each June, 23, 1903. 

Flirt (C. J.), Brooklyn, 
X. Y. 
Adam's troubles raising cain on the Fourth 
of July. (F 14685, June 27, 1903; 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. ) 35594 

Adam's troubles raising Cain; or, How 
Adam wrote his diarv (with apologies 
to Mark Twain). (F 14499, June 15, 
1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 35595 

Brainv Bowers' heroic act. (F 14681, 
June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903.) 

35596 

Brainv Bowers proves the power of mind 
over muscle. (F 14498, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903.) 35597 

Johnnv on the spot gets a new suit! CF 
14684, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903.) 35598 

Trials (The) of a little mother— baby 
makes it so bang! (F 14682, June 27, 
1903; 2 c.^June 27, 1903.) 35599 

Willie Cute makes it pleasant for his 
uncle on the Fourth of Jul v. ( F 14680, 
June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903.) 

35600 

Yankee Doodle Dandv with variations. 
(F 14683, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903.) 35601 

Yes, the dog knew the dress. (F 14500, 
June 15, 1903: 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 

35602 

Holt (Samuel P.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Lord's (The) prayer. ( F 14491, June 13, 
1903; 1 c. June 5. 1903; 1 c. June 10, 
1903.) 35603 

Inland printer company, 
Chicago. 111. 
Random notes. ( F 14638, June 24, 1903; 
2 c. June 24, 1903.) 35604 



213 



480 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Kraushaar (Charles W. ), 
New York, N. Y. 
Pinewood (A) bv the sea. (F 14618, 
June 23, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903.) 

35605 
Life publishing company, 
New York, X. Y. 
Her day. (F 14697, June 27, 1903. ) 

35606 
Miss Boston: Ah, yes; your verses are 
charming. And have you never writ- 
ten a novel? Miss New York: No, for 
if I did, my mother would never let 
me read it. * (F 14696, June 27, 1903. ) 

35607 
2 c. each June 27, 1903. 

McClure (T. C. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Billy Bounce shows the bunch something 
new in "nigger" chasers. (F 14673, 
June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903.) 

35608 

Billv Bounce takes his tribe on a picnic. 

(F 14504, June 15, 1903. 2 c. June 15, 

1903. ) 35609 

Goat (The) takes care of Herr Spiegle- 
burger's clothes, ves. (F 14502, June 
15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 35610 

Herr Spiegel burner gets ahead of the 
bovs on the 4th of July — not. (F 
14674, June 27, 1903; 2 i-. June 27, 
1903.) 35611 

How Coffee and Sinkers kept the Fourth. 
(F 14675, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903. ) 35612 

Ins (The) and outs of coffee and sinkers. 
(F 14505, June 15. 1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903.) 35613 

Italiano'a idea to getta da inon from the 
the modern skyscraper. ( F L4678, 

June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. ) 

35614 

Never touched him. ( F 14f>7!>. June 27, 

1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903.) 35615 

Simon avenges Captain Kidd. (F 14501, 
June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. ) 

35616 

Simon livens things up on the 4th of July. 
(F 14077, June 27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903. ) 35617 

Teasers (The) Bobby manages to have 
some fun. (F 14670, June 27, L903; 
2 c. June 27, 1903.) 35618 

Teasers (The) Bobbyshows the kids how 
to fish. (F 14503, June 15, L903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. ) 35619 

Methot (Homer), Boston, 
Mass. 
Ostrich (An) charging its keeper. (F 
14658, Apr. 7, L903; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1903.) 

35620 



Morrin (L. M.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
"United Ireland," Washington Gaelic 
league, certificate of membership. ) ( F 
14497, June 13, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. ) 

35621 

Morris (George Ford), Wil- 
mette, 111. 
Leading the field. (F 14596, June 22, 
1903.) 35622 

Polo (A) scrimmage. (F 14595, June 22, 
1903.) 35623 

Road coach. (F 14594, June 22, 1903.) 

35624 
2 c. each June 22, 1903. 

Mumford (A. W.), Valpa- 
raiso, Ind. 
Birds. ( F 14720, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 



29, 1903. ) 



35625 



New York herald company 

Jersey City, X. J. 

Brownies (The) in the Philippines. (F 



1903: 



June 22, 
35626 



14541, June 18, 
1903. ) 

Brownies (The) in the Philippines, by 
Palmer Cox. ( F 14651, June 25, 1903; 
2 c. June 29, 1903.) 35627 

Buster Brown and a pair of roller skates. 
(F 14650, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 
1903.) 35628 

Buster Brown, he acquires a pet monkev. 
(F 14539, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35629 

Montmorency and Prof. Gassem. (F 
14540, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903. ) 35630 

Montmorency receives a gift from Prof. 
Gassem. ( F 14652, June 25, 1903: 2 c. 
June 29, 1903.) 35631 

Penfold (Charles C), Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 
Jefferson (Thomas) and Napoleon Bona- 
parte. (F 14639, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 
June 24, 1903.) 35632 

Powers, Higby & co., Val- 
paraiso, Ind. 
Animals. (F 14724, June 29, 1903.) 

35633 

(F 14731, June 29, 
35634 



Business lettering. 

1903. ) 

Color development. 

1903.) 



I F 14735, June 29, 
35635 



Color study. (F 14734, June 29, 1903.) 

35636 

Combinations of objects. (F 1-1723. June 

29, 1903.) 35637 



Display lettering. 
L903.) 



(Fii; 



30, June 29, 
35638 



2U 



V. 87, No. 28 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



481 



kPowera, Higby iV: co., Val- 
paraiso, Intl. 
Drawing and stick laying. (F 14721, 
June 29, 1903.) 35639 

Leaves and flowers. (F 14725, June 29, 
1903.) 35640 

Mechanical drawing, (F 14728, June 29, 
1003.) 35641 

Music. (F 14733, June 29, 1903.) 35642 

Objects in plain outline. (F 14722, June 
29, 1903.) 35643 

Paper cutting. (F 14720, June 29, 1903. ) 

35644 

Portrait drawing. (F 14729, June 29, 

1903.) 35645 

Shorthand. (F 14732, June 29, 1903. ) 

35646 
Simple designing. (F 14727, June 29, 
1903. ) 35647 

2 c. each June 29, 1903. 

Rawlett ( A. B. ), Norfolk, Va. 
Competition knocked out. (F 14672, 
June 27, 1903.) 35648 

Looking for poultry. (F 14671, June 27, 
1903.) 35649 

2 c. each June 27, 1903. 

Savory (E.W.),ltd., Bristol, 

England. 

Anita. (F 14620, June 23, 1903. ) 35650 

Jessica. (F 14622, June 23, 1903. ) 35651 

Rosalind. (F 14621, June 23, 1903. ) 

35652 

Ruth. (F 14623, June 23, 1903. ) 35653 
2 c. each June 23, 1903. 

Swift (A. L.) & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Baltimore girl. (F 14598, June 22, 1903.) 

35654 
Matinee (A). (F 14601, June 22, 1903.) 

35655 

New York girl. (F 14599, June 22, 

1903.) 35656 

Philadelphia girl. (F 14600, June 22, 

1903.) 35657 

2 c. each June 22, 1903. 

United States colortype co. , 
Denver, Colo. 
Ascending St. Peter's dome, Colorado. 
(F 14398, June 6, 1903. ) 35658 



United States colortype co., 
Denver, ( !olo. 
Black crags, CJtes pass, Colorado. (F 
14400, June 6, 1903.) 35659 

I Colorado (The) Chautauqua, Boulder, 
Colorado. (F 14399, June 6, 1903. ) 

35660 

| Cripple Creek, Colorado. (F 14403. June 
6, 1903.) 35661 

I Echo cliffs, canon of the Grand river, 
Colorado. (F 14407, June 6, 1903.) 

35662 

Inspiration Point, Colorado. (F 14406, 
June 6, 1903.) 35663 

Loop (The) above Georgetown, Colorado. 
(F 14397, June 6, 1903. ) 35664 

Observatorv, summit Pike's Peak. Colo- 
rado. (F 14401, June 6, 1903.) 35665 

Picturesque Platte canon, Colorado. (F 
14405, June 6, 1903.) 35666 

Roval gorge, Colorado. (F 14402, June 

6, 1903.) 35667 

Seven falls, Chevenne canon, Colorado. 
(F 14404, June 6, 1903.) 35668 

2 c. each June 22, 1903. 

Vinton (Frederick P.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Clark (Admiral C. E. ) (F 12093, Jan. 

7, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903.) 35669 

White city art co., Chicago, 
111. 

Awaiting the cue. 209. (F 14418, June 

8, 1903.) 35670 

Cigaretta (La). 178. (F 14416, June 8, 
1903.) 35671 

Cleopatria. 213. (F 14413, June 8, 
1903.) 35672 

Iantheia. 215. (F 14415, June 8, 1903. ) 

35673 

Niobe. 214. (F 14414, June 8, 1903.) 

35674 

Queen of hearts. 184. (F 14420, June 
8, 1903.) 35675 

Rosette. 179. (F 14417, June 8, 1903.) 

35676 

Siesta. 112. (F 14419, June 8, 1903. ) 

35677 
2 c. each May 29, 1903. 



Number of Engravings, cuts, and prints entered since Jan. 1, 1903 3, 148 



215 



482 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors: subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright bv The Courier company, Buffalo, N. Y. Class G, 
XXc. no. 5025. June 26, 1903: 2 copies received June 26. 1903." 



Courier (The) company, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Arrival (The) of the marines. (G 5025, 
June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903.) 

35678 

Away! I'll hear no more. (G 5023, June 
26,' 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. ) 35679 

Band (A) of genuine Arabs. (G 5026, 
June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903.) 

35680 

Explosion. (G505S, Julv 2, 1903; 2 c. 
July 2, 1903.) 35681 

Ghosts of the old strong room. (G 5049, 
June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903.) 

35682 

Grand (The) vizer. (G 5053, Julv 1, 
1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903.) 35683 

Sultan — I sav your son is there. (G 5050, 
June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903.) 

35684 

Then strike. (G4961, June 26, 1903; 2 
c. June 26, 1903.) 35685 

Uncle Tom and Eva. (G 5038. June 27. 
1903; 2 c. June 27, 1903.) 35686 

You swore to have my head. (G 5024, 
June 26, 1903; 2c. June 26, 1903. ) 35687 

Desbecker-Block tailoring co., 
United States. 
Find the ladies husband. (G 5042, June 
27, 1903. ) 35688 

Love me love my dog. (G5041, June 
27. L903.) 35689 

Two is con 1 1 tan v and three is a crowd. 
(G 504D, J urn' 27, 1903.) 35690 

What can thcv be looking at. (G 5039, 
June 27, 1903. ) 35691 

2 c. each June 17, 1903. 

Dry (Camille X. ), Anniston, 
Ala. 
Anniston, Calhoun, Co., Ala. (Birds- 
eye, city of). (G 41)15, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 21', L903.) 35692 

Gray lithograph company, 
New York, X. Y. 
Drawing room favorites. (G 4955, June 
25, 1903. ) 35693 

Garden roses. (G 4954, June 25, 1903.) 

35694 

Tin so tired. (G 4956, June 25, 1903. ) 

35695 



Grav lithograph company, 
' New York, X. Y. 
Jack roses. ( G 4953, June 25, 1903. ) 

35696 
2 c. each June 26, 1903. 

International news co., Xew 
York, X. Y. 
Cover for the Strand magazine, August, 
1903. (G 4952, June 25,1903; 2 c. June 
25, 1903.) 35697 

Koehler (Joseph), Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Liberty bell. (G 4856, June 9, 1903. ) 

35698 

U. S. Capitol. (G 4855, June 9, 1903. ) 

35699 
2 c. each June 22, 1902. 

Loeb (Emanuel), Chicago, 
111. 
Fashion plate showing three overcoat 
figures. ((4 4917, May 25, 1903; 2 c. 
May 25, 1903. ) 35700 

Meek & Beach company, 
Coshocton, Ohio. 
American (The) girl. (G 3043, Aug. 4, 
1902; 2 c. July 1, 1903.) 35701 

Miller-Lewis company, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 
Colonial Maid. (G 4693, Apr. 17, 1903; 
2 c. June 1, 1903.) 35702 

Muller, Luchsinger & co., 
Xew York, X. Y. 
Leo XIII (His holiness Pope), no. 663. 
(G 5052, July 1, 1903; 2 c. Julv 1, 1903. ) 

35703 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, 

New York, X. Y. 

Blind beggar. (G4945, June 24, 1903.) 

35704 

Esperance (Sister). (G 4947, June 24, 
1903.) 35705 

Gossip. (G 4948, June 24, 1903.) 35706 

Lady in black. (G 4950, June 24, 1903. ) 

35707 

Lighthouse (The) keeper's daughter. (G 
4949, June 24, 1903.) 35708 

Lover (A) of music. (G 4946, June 24, 
1903.) 35709 

2 c. each June 24, 1903. 



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OHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



483 



Strobridge lithographing 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Cake walk. 1 sheet. X. Y. no. 10420. 

(G 4795, May 29, L903; 2 c. June 29, 

1903. I 35710 

Character. 3-sheet. X. Y. no. 10487. 
(G 5036, June 26, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 
1903.) 35711 

Pockfltader citizen. (N. Y. 10394.) 1 
sheet. (G4582, Apr. 25, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903.) 35712 

Dockstader citizen. (X. Y. 10395.) 3 
>heet. (G4583, Apr. 25, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903.) 35713 

First part. 28-sheet. (X.Y. no. 10408.) 
(G4704, May 14, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35714 

Indians. 8-sheet. (X.Y. no. 10414. ) 
(G. 4700, May 14, 1903; 2 c. June 27, 
1903.) 35715 

July calendar. 1903. (G 4288, Mar. 11, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903.) 35716 

Klein-Ott. 1-sheet. X. Y. no. 10363. 
(G4466, Apr. 6, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. ) 

35717 

Microbe. 1 sheet. (X. Y. no. 10417.) 
(G.4708, Mav 14, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 
1903.) 35718 

Opium joint. (N. Y. 10384.) 1 sheet. 
(G 4571, Apr. 25, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 
1903.) 35719 

toughs. 1 sheet. (X. Y. no. 10419.) 
(G4706, Mav 14, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 
1903.) 35720 

Taylor (Frank Hamilton), 
Philadelphia, Fa. 
Ocean Citv, X. J. (G 4920, June 13, 1903; 
2 c. June 27, 1903. 35721 

Tuck (Raphael) & sons com- 
pany, ltd., Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Bear. (G 5017, May 28, 1903.) 35722 

Calf. (G 5013, May 28, 1903.) 35723 

Cat. (G 5016, May 28, 1903.) 35724 

Dog. (G 5010, May 28, 1903.) 35725 

Fish. (G 5011, May 28, 1903.) 35726 

Frog. (G 5019. May 28, 1903.) 35727 

Gander. (G 5014, May 28, 1903.) 35728 

Lion. (G 5021, May 28, 1903.) 35729 

Lobster. (G 5018, May 28, 1903.) 35730 

Mouse. (G 5012, May 28, 1903.) 35731 

Owl. (G 5015, May 28, 1903.) 35732 



Tuck (Raphael) t<: sons com- 
pany, ltd., Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Parrot. (G 5020, May 28, 1903.) 35733 
2 c. each June 26,' 1903. 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

'Ohio. 

Caught in the act. no. 6949. (G 5044, 

June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. ) 35734 

Female figure, no. 6991. (G 5057, July 
1, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903.) 35735 

Five of our funny fellows, no. 7004. 
(G4936, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35736 

Four negroes and cotton bale design, no. 
6865. ~ (G 4938, June 22, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903.) 35737 

Hands up. no. 6769. (G 4958, June 25, 
1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903.) 35738 

I am ready, no. 6725. (G 4935, June 
22, 1903; '2 c. June 22, 1903. ) 35739 

I know the statoots. no. 6964. (G 4960, 
June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903.) 

35740 

Lorimer (Wright) portrait design, no. 
6944. (G 5054, July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 
1,1903.) 35741 

My heart is singing and dancing, too. 

no. 6717. (G 4937, June 22, 1903; 2 c. 

June 22, 1903. ) 35742 

Patriotic (A) whirlwind, no. 6902. (G 

5046, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

35743 
Pick the winner, no. 6929. (G 5056, 

July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903.) 35744 

Portrait design: Carline Rohr, full figure, 
no. 6841. (G 4959, June 25, 1903; 2 c. 
June 25, 1903.) 35745 

"There's a kick comin' to me." no. 

6771. (G5045, June 29, 1903; 2 c. 

June 29, 1903.) 35746 

Usual (The) crush, no. 7005. (G 5055, 

July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903.) 35747 

"When they fire, I strike!" no. 6903. 
(G 5047, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 
1903.) 35748 

Walker (Geo. EL) & co., 
Boston, Mass. 
Lake Winnipesaukee, Xew Hampshire. 
(G 4863, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 23, 
1903.) 35749 

Whitehead & Hoag co., 
Xewark, X'. J. 
Herald of spring. ( G 5043, June 27, 1903; 
2 c. June 27, 1903.) 35750 



Number of Chromos and lithographs entered since Jan. 1, 1903 1, 131 



217 



484 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Class h, photographs 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. "Copyright bv Fred \Y. Bates. Minneapolis. Minn. Class H, 
XXc. no.32887. June 22. 1903; 2 copies rec'd* June 22, 1903." 



Bates (Fred W.), Minneap- 
olis, Minn. 
(President) Roosevelt's horse Wyoming. 
' (H 32887, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35751 

Bellocq (Ernest J.), New- 
Orleans, La. 
Brown (W. P.) The cotton bull leader 
of the world 1903. ( H 32430, June 6, 
1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903.) 35752 

Bennett (Henry H.), Kil- 
bourn City, Wis. 
Navy yard. Dells of the Wisconsin. 
6*' x 9. ( H 32906, June 23, 1903. ) 

35753 

18 x 22. (H 32905, June 23, 1903.) 

35754 
2 c. each June 24, 1903. 



Bolles (Charles E.), Brook- 

lvn, N. Y. 

Coranto. 1796. " ( H 33117, July 1, 1903. ) 

35755 
Ma vita. 1787. ( H 3311 6, Jul v 1 , 1 903. ) 

35756 
Reliance. 1774. ( II 33112, July 1, 1903. ) 

35757 

1776. (H 33113, July 1, 1903. ) 

35758 

■ 1780. (H 33114, July 1, 1903.) 

35759 

Eevolution. 1782. (II 33115, July 1, 

1903.) 35760 

Shamrock. 1822. (H 33119, July 1, 
1903.) 35761 

Shamrock III. 1821. (II 33118, July 1, 
1903.) 35762 

2 c. each July 1, 1903. 

Bo wen (A. H.), Rockford, 
111. 
Arrival of President Roosevelt — Rock- 
ford, 111., June 3, 1903. (H 33001, June 
27, 1903.) 35763 

Dedication exercises, Memorial hall, June 
3, 1903. (H 33003, .lime 27, 1903.) 

35764 

Roosevelt (President) — Rockford, 111., 
June 3, 1903. (H 33002, June 27, 1903. ) 

35765 
2 c. each June 27, 1903. 

Bradley (William Aloysius), 
Greenville, Mass. 
At play. (H 32681, June, 15 1903; 1 c. 
June 15, 1903; 1 c June 23, 1903.) 

35766 



Burton (James), New York, 
X. Y. 
Columbia, no. 18. (H 33045, June 29, 
1903. ) 35767 



no. 19. (H 33046, June 29, 1903. ) 

35768 

no. 20. (H 33047, June 29, 1903.) 

35769 
no. 21. (H 33048, June 29, 1903.) 

35770 

Constitution, no. 37. ( H 33039, June 

29,1903.) 35771 

no. 38. (H 33040, June 29, 1903.) 

35772 
no. 39. (H 33041, June 29, 1903.) 

35773 

Reliance, no. 26. (H 33050, June 29, 

1903.) 35774 

no. 27. (H 33051, June 29, 1903.) 

35775 
no. 28. ( H 33052, June 29, 1903. ) 

35776 
no. 29. (H 33053, June2 9, 1903.) 

35777 
no. 30. (H 33054, June 29, 1903.) 

35778 
no. 31. ( H 33042, June 29, 1903. ) 

35779 
no. 32. (H 33043, June 29, 1903.) 

35780 
no. 33. (H 33044, June 29, 1903.) 

35781 

Reliance carrying away. no. 1. (H 

33049, June *29, 1903.) 35782 

Reliance, Constitution, and Columbia, 
no. 2. (H 33037, June 29, 1903.) 

35783 
no. 3. (H 33038, June 29, 1903. ) 

35784 

2 c. each June 29, 1902. 

Cincinnati game co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Elephant. (H 33108, July 1, 1903.) 

35785 
Grizzly bear. (H 33110, July 1, 1903.) 

35786 
Hippopotamus. (H 33106, July 1, 1903.) 

35787 

Kangaroo. (H 33107, July 1, 1903. ) 

35788 

Pair (A) of kangaroos. (H 33109, July 
1, 1903.) 35789 

Rabbit. ( H 3311 1 , July 1 , 1903. ) 35790 

218 



V. 37, No. 28 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



485 



Cincinnati game CO., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Skunk. (II 33105, July 1, 1903. ) 35791 
2 c. each July 1, 1903. 

Clark (Wm. F.), YVilkes- 
barre, Pa. 
Mitchell (John!, president united mine 
workers of America. (H 31567, May 
7, 1903; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1903.) 35792 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Dewey (Admiral). A. (H 33015, June 
27,1903.) 35793 

B. (H 33018, June 27, 1903.) 35794 

C. (H 33019, June 27, 1903.) 35795 

Dewer (Mrs.) A. (H 33010, June 27, 
1903.) 35796 

B. (H33014, June 27, 1903.) 35797 

C. (H 33016, June 27, 1903.) 35798 



Greeley (Gen'l). 
1903!) 



(H 33012, June 27, 
35799 



Root (Secretary of War I. A. (H 33007, 
June 27, 1903.) 35800 

B. (H 33013, June 27, 1903. ) 35801 

C. ( H 33017, June 27, 1903. ) 35802 

Sherman statue. (H 33006, June 27. 
1903.) 35803 

War, Sherman statue tablet. (H 33008, 
June 27, 1903.) 35804 

Wilson ( Secretary ) . A. ( H 33005, June 



1903. ) 



35805 



B. (H 33009, June 27, 1903.) 35806 

C. (H 33011, June 27, 1903.) 35807 

2 c. each June 27, 1903. 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 
Mass. 
Priscilla. 18 x 22. I H 3:1055, June 29, 
1903.) 35808 

Vision (The). 18 x 22. (H 33056, June 
29, 1903.) 35809 

2 c. each June 29, 1903. 

Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Apnroach to south postern, Fort Monroe, 
Va. 016383. (H 33063, June 29, 
1903.) 35810 

Ascent to flagstaff. Fort Monroe, Va. 
016382. ( H 33062. June 29, 1903. ) 

35811 

Barbara Blount Hall, University of 
Tennessee, Knoxville. 016414. (H 
33082, June 29, 1903.) 35812 

Barton's old mill, Aiken, S. C. 016457. 
(H 33091, June 29, 1903.) 35813 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
Boar's (The) back, Aiken, S. C. 016458. 
(II 33092, June 29, 1903. ) 35814 

Commanding officer's quarters, Fort 
Monroe, Va. 016381. (H 33061, June 
29, 1903.) 35815 

County bridge oyer Tennessee River, 
Knoxville, Term. 016401. (H 33074, 
June 29, 1903.) 35816 

Court house. Knoxville, Tenn. 016403. 
(H 33076, June 29, 1903.) 35817 

First state capitol, Knoxville, Tenn. 
016409. (H 33080, June 29, 1903.) 

35818 

Flatiron building. New York. 062021. 
(H 33058, June 29, 1903.) 35819 

Gay street, Knoxville, Tenn. 016402. 
(H 33075, June 29, 1903.) 35820 

Knoxville, Tenn., from across river. 
016400. (H 33073, June 29, 1903.) 

35821 

Lover's lane, Aiken, S. C. 016459. (H 

33093, June 29, 1903. ) 35822 

Moat (The) and main entrance, Fort 
Monroe, Va. 016378. (H 33059, June 
29,1903.) 35823 

New barracks, Fort Monroe, Va. 01 6379. 
(H 33060, June 29, 1903.) 35824 

Ormond hotel, from Halifax river, Or- 
mond, Fla. (H 33067, June 29, 1903.) 

35825 

016393. ( H 33068, June 29, 1903. ) 

35826 

Ox team with cotton seed. 016461. (H 

33094, June 29, 1903. ) 35827 

Palmetto golf links, Aiken, S.C. 016456. 
(H 33090, June 29, 1903. ) 35828 

Republic marble quarry, near Knoxville, 
Tenn. 016416. (H 33084, June 29, 
1903.) 35829 

016417. ( H 33085. June 29, 1903. ) 

35830 

Residence on North Beach street, Dav- 
tona, Fla. 016398. ( H 33072. June 
29, 1903.) 35831 

Ross marble quarry, near Knoxville. 
Tenn. 016418. (H 33086, June 29, 
1903.) 35832 

Sailing bicycles on the beach, Ormond. 
Fla. 016394. ( H 33069, June 29, 1903. ) 

35833 
Sailing; on the beach, Ormond, Fla. 
016395. (H 33070, June 29, 1903.) 

35834 

016396. (H 33071, June 29, 1903.) 

35835 



2264—03- 



219 



±86 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Detroit photographic com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. 
St. John's episcopal church, Knoxvilie, 
Tenn. 016406. (H 33078, June 29, 
1903.) 35836 

Science Hall, university of Tennessee, 
Knoxvilie. 016415. *(H 33083, June 
29, 1903.) 35837 

Southern (A) fish vender. 016452. (H 
33087, June 29, 1903. ) 35838 

Southern railway station, Knoxvilie, 
Tenn. 016408." (H 33079, June 29^ 
1903. ) 35839 

Trophy Park, Fort Monroe, Va. 016385. 
(H 33065, June 29, 1903.) 35840 

016386. (H 33066, June 29, 1903. ) 

35841 

University of Tennessee, Knoxvilie. 
016413/ (H 33081, June 29, 1903.) 

35842 

View near south postern, Fort Monroe, 

A'a. 01 6384. ( H 33064, June 29, 1903. ) 

35843 

Whitney's (W. 0.) residence, Aiken, 

S. C. 016455. (H 33089, June 29, 

1903. ) 35844 

Wilcox's hotel and cafe, Aiken. S. C. 
016453,. (H 33088, June 29, 1903. ) 

35845 
Woman's building, chamber of com- 
merce, Knoxvilie, Tenn. 016405. (H 
33077, June 29, 1903. I 35846 

2 c. each June 29, 1903. 

Drummond (Thomas F. ), 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Yard (The). (II 32898, June 23, 1903; 2 
c. June 30, 1903.) 35847 

Edmondson ( George M. ) 

CO., Cleveland, Ohio. 
( Jhurch decorations at Hanna-Mc( 'ormick 
wedding. (II 32691, June 15, L903; 
1 c. June 15, 1903; 1 e. June 23, 1903. 

35848 

Hanna-McCormick bridal table. (II 
32659, June 13, 1903; 1 c. June 13, 1903; 
1 c. June 23, 1903.) 35849 

Hanna-McCormick bridal table. (II 

32656, June 13, 1903; 1 e. June 13, L903; 
I c. June 23, 1903.) 35850 

Hanna-McCormick bridesmaids. (II 

32657, June 13, 1903; 1 c. June 13, 1903; 
I c. June 23, 1903. ) 35851 

Roosevelt (President) and Col. Herrick 

at Glenmere. ( 1 1 32(558, June 13, 1903; 

1 c. June 13, 1903; 1 c. June 23, 1903. ) 

35852 
Roosevelt (President) at Glenmere. (II 

32655, June 13, 1903: 1 c. June 13, 1903; 

I c. June 23. 1903.) 35853 



Edmondson ( George M. ) 
co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Tent at Hanna-McCormick wedding. ( H 
32660, June 13, 1903; 1 c. June 13, 1903; 
1 c. June 23, 1903. ) 35854 

Emanuel (J. G. ),New York, 
N. Y. 
Emblematic college design. (H 33102, 
June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

35855 

Emery (C. E. ), Colorado 

Springs, Colo. 

Colorado (The) Springs base ball club. 

(H 32595, June 12, 1903; 2 c. Mav 26, 

1903. ) 35856 

Fawcett (Waldon), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

Diplomats' summer homes, — Austria- 

(H 32954, June 

35857 



Hungary embassy. 
25, 1903.) 

Cuban legation. 

25, 1903.) 

French embassy. 

25, 1903.) 

Italian embassy. 

25, 1903. ) 

Turkish legation. 

25, 1903.) 

Dolphin. Interior, i 
June 25, 1903.) 



(H 32956, June 
35858 

(H 32953, June 
35859 

(H 32957, June 
35860 

( II 32955, June 
35861 

o. 1. (H 32987, 
35862 



no. 2. (H 3298S, June 25, 1903.) 

35863 

Dolphin. Ship's company. (H 32989, 

June 25, 1903. ) 35864 

Elliott (Col. ) seated. ( 1 1 32951, June 25, 
1903.) 35865 

standing. ( 11 32950, June 25, 1903. ) 

35866 

Rae ((apt. ) seated. ( II 32949, June 25, 

1903.) 35867 

standing. (H 32948, June 25, 1903. ) 

35868 

Roosevelt's (President) dogs. no. 1. (H 

32985, June 25, 1903. ) ' 35869 

no. 2. (H 32986, June 25, 1903.) 

35870 
Roosevelt's (President) horses and sad- 
dles. Horse Wyoming. (II 32969, 
June 25, 1903.) ' 35871 

Saddles. (H 32968, June 25, 1903. ) 

35872 

Wyoming and trainer. (II 32970, 

June 25, 1903.) 35873 

2 c. each June 25, 1903. 

Ferdun (John E. ), Scranton, 
Fa. 
Characteristic pose of John Mitchel when 
making speech. (II 32875, June 22, 
1903; 2 e. June 22. 1903.) 35874 



220 



V. 37, No. 28 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



487 



Gifford (Benj. A.), The Dal- 
les, Oreg. 

Fair (The) store, no. 4. ( H 8291 S. June 
24,1903.) 35875 

Heppner hotel, no. 5. (H 32919, June 
24, 19Q3.) 35876 

Heppner, Ore., after the cloud burst, 
no. 1. (H 32915, June 24, 1903.) 

35877 

M. E. church, no. 2. (H 32916, June 
24, 1903.) 35878 

M. E. church at Lexington, Ore. no. 8. 
(H 32922, June 24, 1903.) 35879 

Main st. looking north, Palace hotel. 

no. 10. (H 32924, June 24, 1903. ) 

35880 
Residence Alford Avers. no. 6. (H 

32920, June 24, 1903. ) 35881 

Residence of R. O. Wells, no. 3. (H 
32917, June 24, 1903.) 35882 

Residence of Sheriff Shutt and Tom 
Avers, no. 7. (H 32921, June 24, 
1903.) 35883 

Washout on Heppner branch of O. R. & 
N. no. 9. (H 32923, June 24, 1903.) 

35884 
2 c. each June 24, 1903. 

Harris (F. Lincoln), Cort- 
land, N. Y. 
Coset city hose co. (H 33100, June 30, 
1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903.) 35885 

Horkmans (David M.), Law- 
rence, Kans. 
Flood of June, 1903, at Lawrence, Kans. 
^H 32888, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35886 

Hubert (A. G.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Quizzical (A) Quaker oats Quakeress. 
(H 32939, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35887 

Jackson ( Bradford D. ) , Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 
View from Wilson's Peak, 2,000 ft. above 
the clouds. (H 33096, June 29, 1903; 
2 c. June 29, 1903. ) 35888 

Johnson companv, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
Salt air pavilion, night. (H 33036, June 
29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903.) 35889 
Knarfle& brother, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 
Prophets (The). (H 33000, June 27, 
1903; 2 e. June 27, 1903.) 35890 

Kohnstamm (H. ) & co., Chi- 
cago, III. 
Flatiron (The) building, shaped like a 
flatiron; cor. Broadway, Fifth ave., and 
23rd st,, New York. (H 32306, June 
1, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903.) 35891 



Lawrence (Geo. K 
cago, 111. 



Chi- 



Chicago coliseum interior. (H 33095, 
June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903.) 

35892 

Locke ( W. 0.), Norwood, 
Ohio. 
Jack in a box. (H 32864, June 12, 1903; 
2 c. June 12, 1903.) 35893 

Loemer( A. ), Tompkins ville, 

N. Y. 
Constitution. Columbia. Reliance. 114. 
B. (H 32960, June 25, 1903.) 35894 

Reliance. 112. B. (H 32958, June 25, 
1903.) 35895 

113. B. (H 32959, June 25, 1903.) 

35896 

115. B. (H 32961, June 25, 1903.) 

35897 

116. B. (H 32962, June 25, 1903.) 

35898 

117. B. ( H 32963, June 25, 1903. ) 

35899 

Reliance. Columbia. Constitution. 118. 
B. (H 32964, June 25, 1903. ) 35900 
2 c. each June 25, 1903. 

McCurdy (Arthur W.), 
Washington, D. C. 
Bell (Dr. Alexander Graham), drawing in 
tetrahedral kite. (H 32467, June 10, 
1903.) 35901 

reeling in tetrahedral kite. (H 32468, 

June 10, 1903. ) 35902 

with old and improved forms of tet- 
rahedral kite. ( H 32469, June 10, 1903. ) 

35903 

1 c. each June 10, 1903; 1 c. each 
June 25, 1903. 

MacDonald (Perie), New 

York, N. Y. 

j Le Gallienne ( Richard ) . ( H 32913, June 

24,1903.) 35904 

Strauss (Oscar). (H 32914, June 24, 

1903. ) 35905 

2 c. each June 24, 1903. 

Mcintosh (Burr) studio, 
New York, N. Y. 
! City Hall, New York, 250th anniversary. 
No. 1. (H 32971, June 25, 1903; 2 c. 
June 25, 1903. ) 35906 

Manhard (A. R.), Lima, 
Ohio. 
Monarchs of the plains. (H 33020, June 
29, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. ) 35907 

Nichols ( C. D.) , Grants Pass, 

Oreg. 

Bricks. (H 3287 June 22, 1903; 2 c. 

| June 22, 1903.) 35908 

21 



488 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Nichols (CD.), Grants Pass, 
Oreg. 
Mt. Pitt and Table Rock. (H 33103, 
June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903.) 

35909 

Ochs (Samuel William), Al- 
lentown, Pa. 
Class of 1903. (H 32362, June 3, 1903; 
2 c. May 27, 1903. ) 35910 

Purdy (James Edward), 
Boston, Mass. 
Breckenridge (J. C) no. 1. (H 32930, 
June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903.) 

35911 

no. 2. (H 32931, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 

June 24, 1903.) 35912 

no. 3. (H 32932, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 

June 24, 1903. ) 35913 

French (D. C.) no. 2. (H 32928, June 
24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903.) 35914 

no. 3. (H 32929, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 

June 24, 1903.) 35915 

Fuller (M. W.) no. 1. (H 33210, July 
2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. ) 35916 

Liang Cheng (Sir Chentung). no. 2. (H 
32933, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 
1903.) 35917 

no. 3. ( H 32934, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 

June 24, 1903.) 35918 

no. 4. (H 32935, June 24, 1903; 2c. 

June 24, 1903.) 35919 

no. 5. (H 32936, June 24, 1903; 2c. 

June 24, 1903.) 35920 

McKenna (Joseph), no. 1. (H 33211, 

July 2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903.) 35921 

no. 2. (II 33212, July 2, 1903; 2 c. 

July 2, 1903.) 35922 

no. 3. | II 33213, July 2, 1903; 2 c. 

July 2, 1903.) 35923 

no. 4. (H 33214, July 2, 1903; 2 c. 

July 2, 1903. ) 35924 

Mattocks (C. P.) no. 1. (II 32999, June 
27, 1903; 2 c. June 27, L903. ) 35925 

Van Dyke (II.) no. 1. (H 32759, June 
15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903.) 35926 



Weaver (John), no. 



(H 33215, July 



2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903.) 35927 

- no. 3. (11 33216, July 2, 1903; 2 c. 

35928 



July 2, 1903. 



Records of the oast explora- 
tion society, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Junction of the canyons Del Muerto and 
De Chelly about 5 miles from Chin Lee, 
at the mouth of the main canyon. (H 
32896, June 22, 1903.) 35929 



Records of the past explora- 
tion society, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Most (The) extensive series of picto- 
graphs in the canyons. This cave in 
canyon Del Muerto is about 100 feet 
above the canyon bottom. (H 32895, 
June 22, 1903. ) 35930 

2 c. each June 22, 1903. 

Rickard (Clyde A.), Pacific 
Grove, Cal. 
Maid of the Spray. (H 33021, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903.) 35931 

Russell (William Cowley), 
jr. , New York. N. Y. 
State capitol, Hartford, Conn. (H 32876. 
June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903.) 

35932 

St. Louis art negative co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Butterfly. (H 32890, June 22, 1903.) 

35933 
See-saw. (H 32889, June 22, 1903.) 

35934 
Wash day. (H 32891, June 22, 1903.) 

35935 
Young (The) trainer. (H 32892, June 
22, 1903.) 35936 

2 c. each June 22, 1903. 

Sanborn (Alphonso H.), 
Manchester, N. H. 
Bird's eve view of the cotton mills at 
Manchester, N. H. (H 32911, June 
24, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903.) 35937 

Sanderson (Jacob G. ), Free- 
port, 111. 
Unveiling and dedication of Lincoln- 
Douglas boulder by President Roose- 
velt at Freeport, 111., June 3, 1903, 
(II 32874, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 
1903.) 35938 

Snyder (Corvdon G. ), Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 
Beauty. (H 32894, June 22, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903.) 35939 

Spurr (E. Willard), Vinton, 
Iowa. 
Bunch of roses. (H 33034, June 29, 
1903. ) 35940 

Rose bud. (H 33035, June 29, 1903. ) 

35941 
2 c. each June 29, 1903. 

Taber-Prang art company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Country chivalry. (II 32927, June 24, 
1903.) 35942 

Great expectations. (II 32920, June 21. 

1903. ) 35943 

2 c. each June 24, 1003. 



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FINK ARTS 



489 



Tollman (John Wesley), 
Vancouver, Wash. 
Panoramic photograph of Lewis and Clark 
fairground. (11 32878, June 22, UK):',; 
2 c. June 22, 1903.) 35944 

Vignati (Louis), Newport, 
R. I. 
Destruction (The) of Jerusalem. (H 
33 )99, June 30, 1903; 2c. June 30, 1903. ) 

35945 

Walinger (Charles), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Davis i Nathan Smith), M. D. (H 33023, 
June 29, 1903. ) 35946 

First regiment Illinois national guard 
track team. (H 33022, June 29, 1903. ) 

35947 
2 c. each June 29, 1903. 



Warwick (C. C. ), Davton, 
Ohio. 

Heekert (Charles G.) 2124. :;i x :;. 
(II 32369, May 19, 1903.) 35948 



Ort (Samuel A.) 2123. 
32371, May 19, 1903.) 
2 c. each Mar 19, 1903. 



31 



x 3. (II 
35949 



Werts (Perry D. ) , Iowa City, 
Iowa. 
Aberdeen- Angus cattle (group) in Wash- 
ington co., Iowa. ( H 32434, June 8, 
1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903.) 35 950 

Young ( Martha) , Greens- 
boro, Ala. 
Aunt Dinah. (H 33104, June 30, 1903; 
2 c. June 30, 1903. ) 35951 



Number of Photographs entered since Jan. 1 , 1903 8, 147 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Cnder this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright bv E. W. Ahrens, Philadelphia, Pa. Class I. 
XXc, no. 7233, June 29. 1903: 1 photograph received June 29, 1908." 



Ahrens (E. W.). Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Mabelle; painting of brown haired young 
woman seated in chair sideways, her 
arm resting over back of chair. (I 
7233, June 29, 1903; 1 photo. June 29, 
1903.) 35952 

Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Illustration showing a boy about six years 

old in the act of throwing; he stands in 

nearly full profile. (I 7322, Julv 6, 

1903;' 1 photo. July 6, 1903. ) 35953 

Illustration showing a lady in the act of 
removing several pieces of lace from a 
box. (I 7222, June 29, 1903; 1 photo. 
June 29, 1903.) 35954 

Illustration showing a lady in the act of 
spreading a table cloth over a square 
table assisted bv a small child. (I 
7223. June 29, 1903; 1 photo. June 29, 
1903.) 35955 

Illustration showing a lady seated on a 
divan removing some articles of wear- 
ing apparel from a leather bag placed 
beside her on the divan. ( I 7221, June 
29, 1903; 1 photo. June 29, 1903.) 

35956 



Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Illustration showing a man seated on a 

bench and a small boy standing beside 

him. (I 7324, July 6, 1903; 1 photo. 

July 6, 1903.) 35957 

Illustration showing a view of the porch 
of a clubhouse or hotel which extends 
over the water of a river or lake. ( I 
7228, June 29, 1903; 1 photo. June 29, 
1903.) 35958 



Illustration showing full-length figure of 
a boy about fourteen years old; he is 
standing in about three-quarter front 
view. (I 7321, Julv 6, 1903; 1 photo. 
July 6, 1903.) 35959 

Illustration showing full-length figure of 
a ladv in a house gown standing before 
a window. (I 7219, June 29, 1903; 1 
photo. June 29, 1903. ) 35960 

Illustration showing full-length figure of 
a lady in full front view; she wears a 
street dress of black and white check 
material. (I 7318, Julv 6, 1903; 1 photo. 
July 6, 1903. ) 35961 



490 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE EXTRIES 



Barnes-Crosby company. 

Chicago, 111. 

Illustration showing full-length figure of 

a lady in full profile: she is standing in 

front of a chair over which is thrown 

a petticoat decorated with embroidery. 

I 7218. June 29. 1903; 1 photo. June 

29. 1903.) 35962 

Illustration showing full-length figure of 
a lady in three-quarter back view: she 
wears a street gown of a figured mate- 
rial showing a large plaid. 1 1 7319, 
Julv 6, 1903: 1 photo. Julv 6. 1903. ) 

35963 

Illustration showing full-leugth figure of 
a man in the attitude of walking: he 
wears a straw hat with flat crown and 
sack coat. (17323, Julv 6, 1903; 1 
photo. July 6. 190; 35964 

Illustration showing half-length figure of 
a lady in full profile: she wears a plain 
waist with elbow sleeves. (I 7317. 
Julv 6. 1903; 1 photo. Julv 6, 1903.) 

35965 

Illustration showing half-length figure of 
a lady in three-quarter front view: she 
wears a garment with low neck. (I 
7320, Julv 6. 1903: "l photo. Julv 6, 
1903. 35966 

Illustration showing the full-length figure 
of a man in three-quarter front view 
in the attitude of walking. ( I 7227. 
June 29, 1903; 1 photo. June 29. 1903. > 

35967 

Illustration showing the full-leugth figures 
of two ladies; both are shown in three- 
quarter front view in the art of walk- 
ing, i I 7220. June 29, 1903; 1 photo. 
June 29, 1903 35968 

Illustration showing the full-length fig- 
ure of a young man standing in a char- 
acteristic attitude with his feet apart 
and both hands thrust deep into his 
trousers pockets. I I 7229, June 29, 
1903; 1 photo. June 29, 1903. I 35969 

Illustration -bowing the head and should- 
of a lady in three-quarter front 
view; she wears a waist the yoke of 
which is formed of openwork em- 
broidery arr. in parallel curve- I 
7314. Julv (i. 1903; 1 photo. Julv 6, 
L90J 35970 

Illustration showing the head and shoul- 
ders of a young lady in full profile; she 
wears a hat with flat crown. ( I 
June 29, 1903; 1 photo. June 29. 1903. 

35971 

Illustration showing the head of a man 
in nearly full front view; he wears a 
soft hat with wide rolling brim and in- 
dented crown. I 7226, June 29, L903; 
1 photo. June 29, 1" 35972 

22-1 



Barnes-Crosby company. 

Chicago. 111. 

Illustration showing the heads of two 

girls about twelve years of age: they 

are facing one another. (I 7316. July 

6 ? 1903; 1 photo. July 6, 1903. | 35973 

Illustration showing three ladies about a 
small table : two of the ladies are seated . 
one at either side of the table. 1 1 7315, 
Julv 6. 1903: 1 photo. Julv h. 1903.) 

35974 

Illustration showing three-quarter figure 
of a lady in about three-quarter front 
view: she wears a hat with brim which 
is verv wide in front and very narrow 
in the back, d 7313. Julv 6, 1903: 1 
photo. July 6. 1903. ) 35975 

Illustration showing two ladies and a 
man seated on a porch and the steps 
leading thereto. ( I 7224. June 29. 1903: 
1 photo. June 29. 19 35976 

Bieder | J. L.), Chicago. 111. 
Curiosity: a little girl standing on a gate, 
looking over the gate at a blank paper 
which is pasted on the wall. (I 7251. 
Julv 2. 1903: 1 photo. Julv 2. 1903. 

35977 

Bong Rich. . Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Innereseines steinkohlen und braunkoh- 
len bergwerkes: the interior of a coal 
mine, showing the different layers 
marked with the respective names of 
their production. | I 7234, June 30, 
1903; 1 photo. June 30. 1903.) 35978 

Colliers weeklv. New York, 
X. Y. 
Weaker i The sex II: pen and ink draw- 
ing by Charles Dana Gibson, showing 

four charming young women around 
table earnestly contemplating a wee 

man. (I 7250, Julv 1. 1903: 1 photo. 
July 1. 1" 35979 

De Luce (Percival), New 

York. N. Y. 

Typewriter 'The . 14 x 2i> inches a girl. 

half length seated in front of a type- 

writer. il 724V), June 30. 1903. 1 

photo. June 29, L903. 35980 

Gilbert i Carrie M.), Fort- 
land, Oreg. 
Lone Wolf Sioux. Indian chief, three- 
quarter view, two feathers stuck in 
hair. (I 7232. June 29. 1903. 35981 

Sacajawca. Indian woman, front view, 
beads over the head, two feathers in 
front of head. ( I 7231. June 29, L903. 

35982 



1 photo, each June 29, 1903 



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FINE ARTS 



491 



Groevenor (J. M.) c<: eo., 

Boston, Mass. 

Bunt (The); a number of dogs, and three 

men on horseback. no. 3. (17216, 

June 29, 1903.) 35983 

an old-time vehicle, in which are 

seated a man and a little girl; drawn 
by four horses, no. 2. ( I 7215, June 
29, L903.) 35984 

shows what appears to he the side 

entranee of an old-fashioned house, 
showing a young woman carrying a 
large pitcher, no. 4. (I 7217. June 

29, 1903.) 35985 

the kitchen of an old-fashioned 

house, with an open chimney and fire, 
over which a pot is hanging, no. 1. 
(I 7214. June 29, 1903. ) 35986 

1 photo, each June 29, 1903. 

Hanfstaengl (Franz), Mu- 
nich. Germany. 
Art (An) lover; an art dealer is trying to 
sell a clock to a prelate, who is seated 
at a table in a richly-furnished room. 
(I 7235, June 30, 1903. ) 35987 

Feeding place; a winter scene, the ground 
covered with snow, a number of deer 
and roes are beine fed. (1 7237, June 

30, 1903.) 35988 

Julia; a bust portrait of a young woman, 
full face, dark hair, bare neck. ( I 7243, 
June 30, 1903. ) 35989 

Musical (A) trio; three elderly men, in 
the center playing on a piano, and 
smoking a cigar, the one on the left 
plaving on a flute. (I 7236, June 30, 
1903.) 35990 

Nocturne; an interior, a young man play- 
ing on a piano, a young woman seated 
near the instrument. ( I 7242, June 30, 
1903. ) 35991 

Organ prelude; a young monk playing 
on an organ, in the background a large 
stained glass window. (I 7239, June 
30, 1903. ) 35992 

Queen of night; a three-quarter figure of 
a woman partly undraped, her right 
hand lifts a veil floating over her head. 
(I 7238, June 30, 1903.) 35993 

Return from market; a little Dutch girl. 
carrying by a yoke two baskets filled 
with vegetables. (I 7241, June 30, 
1903.) 35994 

Vanity; a young woman, three quarter 

figure, standing before a mirror and 

trying on a rich necklace. (I 7240, 

June 30, 1903. ) 35995 

1 photo, each June 30, 1903. 



Hughes & Serjeant, Detroit, 
Mich. 
Climax (The) of a pretty tight: trout fish- 
ing scene, young lady with pole, gentle 
man with net, landing fish after final 
struggle. ( I 7230, June29, 1903; 1 photo. 
June 29, 1903.) 35996 

Kaufmann ct Straussco., New 

York, X. V. 

Dusk; a Dutch landscape, with a huge 

windmill as the centre object, and 

thatched cottages grouped about it. ( I 

7262, July 3, 1903. ) 35997 

Eventide; cattle knee deep in the water, 
drinking under the shade of a gnarled 
tree, bending over the stream. (I 7260, 
July 3. 1903.) 35998 

Moonlight (A) night; scene on the water 
by moonlight, at the right a great rock. 
(I 7261, July 3, 1903.) 35999 

1 photo, each July 3, 1903. 

Kip i W. Ruloff) & Aderente 
(Vincent), New York. 
X. Y. 
Bacchante dance: nude figure to the left. 
bacchante to the right, Grecian, Middle 
Ages and Egvptian girls look on. (I 
72o3, July 2, 1903. ) 36000 

Dance (The), centre figure, girl playing 
Castanet, cupid in foreground leading a 
flock of doves. (I 7255, Julv 2. 1903.) 

36001 
Harvest (The); the center figure repre- 
sents the harvest queen, leading a Dull 
with cupid on back trumpeting. ( I 
7254, July 2, 1903. ) 36002 

Leader (The) of the dance; girl in a 
heart shape, with wings, with one arm 
raised baton in hand, and sheet of 
music in other. (I 7256, Julv 2, 1903. ) 

36003 
Leader (The) of the play; semi-nude, 
holding up a scroll. (I 7258, Julv 2. 
1903. r 36004 

Musics (The); the center figure, the god- 
dess of music crowning modern music; 
the cupid represents pastoral, to the 
right Greek music, Egvptian music, 
military music. (I 7252; Julv 2. 1903. ) 

36005 
Play (The); nude figure, center figure 
holding drapery up, cupid in fore- 
ground plaving with dove. (17257. 
July 2, 1903.) " 36006 

1 photo, each July 2, 1903. 

Lawrence & Bullen, ltd.. 
London, England. 
Portsmouth (The) road; the Talbot Inn 
at Ripley; the interior, several passen- 
gers from the coach are seated at tables. 
(I 7259, July 3, 1903; 1 photo. Julv 3, 
1903.) 36007 



225 



492 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Paulding (John), Chicago, 
111. 

Leo XIII (His holiness Pope): a circular 
bas relief medallion portrait, about 12| 
inches in diameter, showing a f front 
view of face. (1 7312, July 6, 1903; 1 
photo. July 6, 1903.) 36008 

Perry (Roland Hinton), 
New York, N. Y. 

Atlantis supporting globe. Two nude, 
male, seated figures supporting a globe 
on their shoulders. (I 7207, June 27, 
1903. ) 36009 

Faust. Panel representing symbolically 
the story of Goethe. (I 7206, June 27, 
1903.) " 36010 

Greek (The) drama. Panel representing 
symbolically the drama of ancient 
Greece; the central figure is Apollo 
striking the lyre. (I 7205, June 27, 
1903.) 36011 

Group to decorate the top of a door way. 
Two half reclining figures, one male and 
one female, in the middle a globe with 
the signs of the zodiac and beneath 
branches of olive and oak. (1 7212. 
June 27, 1903.) 36012 

Rape (The) of the Rhine gold. Panel 
representing a scene from ancient Ger- 
man mythology. I I 7209. June 27, 
1903.) " 36013 

Rush (Monument to Dr. Benjamin). 
Portrait statue in costume of colonial 
period; in his Left hand he holds a 
manuscript, in right a pen. (I 7204, 
June 27, 1903. | 36014 

Sigfried and the dragon. Panel in bas- 
relief representing a scene from the 
Norse mythology. (17210, June 27, 
1903.) 36015 

Sigfried awakening Brunhield. Panel 
representing Sigfried in the costume of 
an ancient German warrior awakening 
Brunhield. (I 7211, June 27, 1903,.) 

36016 

Souvenir of St. Louis exposition. In the 
form of a medal, on the face of which 
is a group commemorative of the trans- 
fer of Louisiana to the United States, 
and on the reverse are the heads of 
Napoleon and Jefferson. 1 1 7208, June 
27. 1903.) 36017 

1 photo, each June 27, 1903. 
Schley (Jessie A. ), Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 

Yergin (Miss) portrait, life size, three 
quarter length figure; young lady with 
Titian gold hair, in a low necked and 
short sleeved gown. ( I 724S, June 30, 
1903; 1 photo. June 3,0, 1903.) 36018 



Sewell (Robert W.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Love regained; lunette panel no. 7, for 
the St. Regis hotel, Xew York; mural 
decoration; two flying winged figures, 
male and female. (I 7272, June 24, 
1903.) 36019 

Psyche abandoned; lunette panel no. 2, 
for the St. Regis hotel, Xew York; 
mural decoration; interior archaic- 
Greek loggia with three columns. (I 
7276, June 24, 1903. ) 36020 

Psyche aided by the birds; lunette panel 
no. 5, for the St. Regis hotel, Xew York; 
mural decoration; single figure recum- 
bent, in forest of overhanging olive 
trees. (I 7273, June 24, 1903.) " 36021 

Psyche in Hades; lunette panel no. 2, for 
the St. Regis hotel in Xew York; mural 
decoration; single figure, full face, 
standing with hand on tree. (I 7275, 
June 24, 1903. ) 36022 

Wanderings (The) of Psyche; lunette 
panel no. 3, for the St. Regis hotel, 
Xew York; mural decoration; single 
figure, full face, walking in moonlight. 
(I 7274, June 24, 1903. ) 36023 

1 photo, each, June 24, 1903. 

Sterrett (Sarah Belle), Ala- 
meda. Cal. 
Harte (Francis Brete). Medallion por- 
trait S x S inches: size of head alone 
4f inches long, 41 inches wide; three 
quarter face or head. (I 7271, July 3, 
1903; 1 photo. July 3,, 1903.) 36*024 

Vignati (Louis), Newport, 
R. 1. 
Destruction (The) of Jerusalem; the 
mezzo-rilievo shows the temple built 
by Solomon; the prophets, Isaias, Jer- 
emiah. Ezekiel and Daniel; extermi- 
nating angels sent by heaven to destroy 
the seven capital sins. (1 7244, June 
30, L903; I photo. June 30, 1903.) 

36025 

Warner | Frances E. ), Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. 
Design for illuminated manuscript. It 
represents a quotation, And sleep that 
sometimes shuts up sorrow's eye steal 
me awhile from mine own company; 
hand lettered with conventional border 
of poppies. (I 7213, June 27, 1903; 1 
photo. June 27, 1903.) 36026 



Number of Fine arts entries since Jan. 1, 1903 1.913 

226 



INDEX TO No. 628 

["his. index contains in one alphabet, in addition to the names of copyright proprietors, che names 
also of the authors of Books proper and Dramatic compositions; the titles of Dramatic compositions: 
and the titles of anonymous Books proper. Following each name is printed the class heading under 
which the full title will be found. 



Abeles (M. F. ) & co. See Engravings, 
etc. 

Ackerly ( G. D. ) See Periodicals: Florida 
magazine. 

Aeolian company. See Musical comp. 

Ahrens (E. W.) See Fine arts. 

Ailes (F. S.) See Engravings, etc. 

Albright music company. See Musical 
comp. 

Alden. See Periodicals: Illustrated police 
news. 

Alger (P. R. ) See Periodicals: Proceed- 
ings, U. S. naval institute. 

Allen (M. W.) See Books: Child-confi- 
dence rewarded. 

Alliance pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Arena (The). 
Mind. 

Anier. architect co. See Periodicals: 
Amer. (The) architect. 

American co. See Periodicals: Xew Eng. 
magazine. 

Amer. gynecology. See Periodicals: 
Amer. gynecology. 

Amer. lumberman. See Periodicals: 
Amer. lumberman. 

Amer. medical association. See Period- 
icals: Journal of Amer. med. associa- 
tion. 

Amer. photo, pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Amer. am at. photographer. 

Amer. pub. and eng. co. See Periodicals: 
Our productions. 

Amer. sight-seeing car & coach co. See 
Books: Bridgman (W. E.) Seeing 
Denver. 

Amer. soc. for prevention of cruelty to ani- 
mals. See Periodicals: Our animal 
friends. 

Amer. Unitarian ass'n. See Books: 
Crooker (J. H. ) Religious freedom in 
Amer. ed. 

Anderson (D. H.) pub. co. See Peri- 
odicals: Irrigation (The) age. 

Andre (J.) See Musical comp. 

Apollo-verlag. See Musical comp. 

Appleton (D.) and co. See Books: 

Buell ( A. C. ) Sir William Johnson. 
Harrison (C. C.) Unwelcome Mrs. 

Hatch. 
Ossoli (S. M. F.) Marchesa d\ 

Love-letters of Margaret Fuller. 
Trent ( W. P. ) Hist, of Amer. lit. 



Architectural record. See Periodicals: 

Architectural record. 
Arnold (T.) Life of Hannibal. See 

Books. 
Ascherberg ( E. ) & co. See Musical comp. 
Aspinwall ( W. ) See Dramatic comp. : 

Sword of the sea. 
Attorney's nat'l. clearing house co. See 

Periodicals: Clearing house quar. 
Augener & co. See Musical comp. 
Author's syndicate. See Periodicals: 

Romancer (The). 
Automobile press. See Periodicals: Au- 
tomobile (The) mag. 
Avery (E. W.) See Books: Daughters 

of the Amer. rev. Ritual. 
Banker pub. co. #ee Periodicals: Banker 

(The). 
Banks (N. H. ) Round Anvil Rock. 

See Books. 
Banks law pub. co. See Books: N. Y. 

(State). Legislature. Penal code. 
Baptist young peoples' union. See 

Periodicals: Junior (The) Baptist 

union. 
Barker (A.J See Books: Best wrestling. 
Barnes (A. M.) Little lady of the fort. 

See Books. 
Barnes (C. M.) See Books: Sweet har- 
monies. 
Barnes-Crosby co. See Fine arts. 
Barrett ( W. ) See Dramatic comp. : Tiss, 

Tim & the ticker. 
Bates (F. W.) See Engravings, etc. 

See also Photographs. 
Bates and Guild co. See Periodicals: 

Masters in art. 
Bauer (J. H.) See, Musical comp. 
Baxter (G. M.) See Engravings, etc. 
Bell (J. P.) co. See Periodicals: Va. 

law register. 
Bellocq ( E. J. ) See Photographs. 
Bender (M.) See Books: 

Jewett (F. G.) Primary election 

law of state of X. Y. 
Xew York {State) legislature. Tax 
law of the state of X'. Y. 
Bennett (D. S. ) See Periodicals: Lace 

(The) maker. 
Bennett (PI. H.) See Photographs. 
Benton (CM.) See Periodicals: Ben- 
ton's mo. quotation record. 



II 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Benziger bros. See Books : Hagen ( J. G. ) 

The Our Father analyzed. 
Berg (W. T.) See Periodicals: Official 
railway guide of Chicago. 
See also Dramatic comp. : Le supplice 
du silence. 
Bibliotheca sacra co. See Periodicals: 

Bibliotheca (The) sacra. 
Bickford (F. ) Daddy Joe's fiddle. See 

Books. 
Bieder (J. L.) See Fine arts. 
Biglow and Main co. See Musical comp. 
Biles (J. W.) co. See Periodicals: Biles' 

whiskey price list. 
Bilhaud (P.) See Dramatic comp. : 
Famille de Bolero. 
Heureuse. 
Birthe of Hercules. See Books. 
Blake ( W. J.) See Musical comp. 
Blanchard (R.) See Books: Documen- 
tary hist. 
Bloom (S.) See Musical comp. 
Boger (F. )pub. co. See Periodicals: Op- 
tical jour. 
Bolles (C. E. ) See Photographs. 
Bong ( R. ) See Fine arts. 
Book of curious facts. See Henderson 

( W. T. ) 
Boosey & co. See Musical comp. 
Bornemann (0.) See Musical comp. 
Boswortb & co. See Musical comp. 
Bote (E.) & Bock (G.) See Musical 

comp. 
Bothner (G.) Scientific wrestling. See 

Books. 
Bowen (A. II.) See Engravings, etc. 

See (tlxo Photographs. 
Bo w les (J. B. ) See Book s : 

Record- Herald's ans. by experts 
Boston Corbett. 

Cart) ens. 

Fine manners. 

Hints by Mrs. Herrick. 

Hints to stout women. 

Instruction. 

Kyrle Bel lew. 

Proofs that birds arc man's 

friends. 

Rights of labor. 

Rotary system. 

Tells of inexpensive sight-seeing. 

Wall street. 

Boyce (W. I>. ) company, Chicago, 111. 
See Books: 

Abbot (W. J.) Servian murders. 

Barnum ((b) Privileges. 

Casson (H. W.) Passing of a coal 

baron. 
George (H.), jr., says, Inequality 

brings beggars. 
Mitchell (J.) says, Strife between 

labor organizations. 
Sherman ( P. J. ) Child of the alley. 
See also Engravings, etc. 
Boyd (Guy Mortimer). See Maps: Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. 



Boyden (E. M.) See Musical comp. 
Boyd's direct, of Burlington Co. See 

Books. 
Brad lev (W. A.) See Photographs. 
Bradwell (J. B.) See Books: Illinois. 

General assembly. All the laws of the 

State of 111. 
Brady ( Fr. ) See Periodicals : Sister ( The ) 

republics. 
Brazier (M. H. ) See Periodicals: Patri- 
otic review (The). 
Brehm brothers. See Musical comp. 
Brenton (H.) See Musical comp. 
Bridgman ( W. E. ) Seeing Denver. See 

Books. 
Broadway mag. co. See Periodicals. 

Broadway mag. 
Brooklyn daily eagle. See Periodicals: 

Brooklyn daily eagle. 
Brown (A. P.) See Books: Subject 

notes. 
Brown (E. C. ) See Books: Brown's 

direct, of Amer. gas cos. 
Brown & Bigelow. See Engravings, etc. 
Brown, Treacy & Sperry co. See Maps: 

Wilkin & Travers counties, Minn. 
Browne (F. J.) Graded school arith. 

See Books. 
Brown's direct, of Amer. gas cos. See 

Books. 
I Brunell (F. H.) See Periodicals: Daily 

racing form. 
Buell (A. C.) Sir Wm. Johnson. 5 

Books 
Buettner (T.) & co. See Books: Designs 

for Hardanger embroidery. 
Bulletin company. »SW> Periodicals: Even- 
ing bulletin. 
Bullock (W.) See Books: Hay trade 

jour, year bk. 
Bungert (A.) See Musical comp. 
Burkhard (J. P.) corporation. See Peri- 
odicals: Field and stream. 
Purlin (T. II.) See Musical comp. 
Burt (A. L. ) co. See Books: 

Arnold (T. ) Life of Hannibal. 
Headley (P. C. ) Life of the Marquis 
De Lafayette. 
Burton (J.) See Photographs. 
Butler (A. A.) How to study the life of 

Christ. See Books. 
Butterick pub. co. See Periodicals: Mi- 

roir ( Le) des modes 
Buyers' reference co. See Periodicals: 
Buyers' reference. 
List of buyers. 
Byrne (J.) & co. See Books: Shipp t E. 

U. ) Ones. & ans. on corporations. 

Caden (A. B.) See Books: Imaginary 

story. 
Calcutt & Macomber pub. co. See Peri- 
odicals: Illustrated (The) milliner. 
Caldwell [Mrs. J.) See Dramatic comp.: 
Power of destiny. 
Secret of the subway. 



INhKX TO NO. 628 



III 



Calrs (U. C.) Set Periodicals: storms 

and signs. 
Calmerton (G.) Wheeler's graded read- 
ers. St i Books. 
Camera craft pub. CO. See Periodicals: 

Camera craft. 
Gassier magazine co. See Periodicals: 

Cassier's magazine. 
Castle (E.) (SfeeJBooks: Little lover. 
Central music publishing company. See 

Musical comp. 
Century co. See Periodicals: St. Nicholas. 
Central law jour. co. See Periodicals: 

Central law jour. 
Challier (C. A.) £ co. See Musical comp. 
Ohappell & co. See Musical comp. 
Charpentier (A.) See Musical comp. 
Chauncy-hall school. 75th ami. cat. 

See Books. 
Cheney (E. D.) See Books: Child of 

the tide. 
Chicago daily news co. See Periodicals: 

Chicago daily news. 
Chicago (The)" school of illus. Prac. 

lessons. See Books. 
Christian science pub. soc. See Books: 

Prayer and confidence. 
Church (J. ) company. See Musical comp. 
Church (W. C. & F. P.) See Books: 

Retirement. 
Cincinnati. Superior court. Repts. See 

Books. 
Cincinnati same co. See Photographs. 
Clark ( W. F. ) See Photographs. 
Clark (W. H.), Schrontz (C. C.) & 

Moog (J. D.) See Maps: Rio Blanco 

co., Colo. 
Clarke music publishing company. See 

Musical comp. 
Clever magazine co. See Periodicals: 

Clever (The) magazine. 
Clinedinst (B. M.) /S^ Photographs. 
Collier's weekly. See Fine arts. 
Comrade pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Comrade (The). 
Comtesse. See Dramatic comp. 
Conkev (W. B.) co. See Books: 

Holmes (M. J. H.) What will the 

world say. 
What would you do, love? 

See also Periodicals: Conkev' s home 
jour. 
Conyngton (T. ) Manual. See Books. 
Cook (E. T.) Introductions. See Books. 
Cook (T. ) & son. See Periodicals: 

Cook's Amer. trav. gazette. 

See also Engravings, etc. 
Cooking club pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Cooking club. 
Coolus (R.) See Dramatic comp.: 

Lucette. 
Courier co. See Chromos and lithos. 
Cozad ( W. C. ) See Musical comp. 
Cramer (J. B.) & co., ltd. See Musical 

comp. 



Crooker | .). 1 1. ) Religious freedom. See 

Books. 

Crosset (F. M.) *<< Periodicals: Pedia- 
trics. 

Cummings (L.) See Dramatic comp.: 
Line fence. 

Current literature pub. co. Set Period- 
icals: 

Current literature. 
Short stories. 

Currier (G. H. ) See Periodicals: Home- 
folks. 

Curtis & Cameron. See Photographs. 

Curtis pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Ladies' (The) home journal. 
Saturday even. post. 

Gushing (H. C), jr. See Periodicals: 
Central (The) station. 

Cushman (L. X.) See Periodicals: 
Columbian (The). 
Popular fashions. 
Social visitor pop. monthly. 
Woman's home journal. 

Daily story pub. co. See Periodicals: Ten 
story book. 

Dana (Win. B. ) co. See Periodicals: 
Commercial and financial chron. 

Daniels (G. H.) See Periodicals: Four 
(The) track news. 

Danziger (A. L.) See Books: How to 
burn. 

Darden (W. E. ) See Periodicals: Texas 
school journal. 

Daughters of the Amer. rev. Ritual. See 
Books. 

Day (E. ) See Dramatic comp.: Lucky 
duck. 

Day (R. F.) & co. See Periodicals: In- 
doors and out. 

Deats (H. E.) See Periodicals: Jersey- 
man (The). 

De La Mare (A. T. ) ptg. & pub. co. See 
Engravings, etc. 

Delano (C. H.) & son. See Periodicals: 
Wooden and willow- ware trade rev. 

De Lano (C. S. ) See Musical comp. 

De Luce (P. ) See Fine arts. 

Deming& Rogers. See Periodicals: Amer. 
shoemaking. 

Denborn co. See Periodicals: Travelers 
and shippers directory. 

Denton ( E. J. ) See Musical comp. 

Desbecker- Block tailoring co. See En- 
gravings, etc. 
See also Chromos and lithos. 

Detroit photo, co. See Engravings, etc. 
See also Photographs. 

Dexter ( F. B. ) See Books: Biographical 
sketches. 

Ditson ( 0. ) company. See Musical comp. 
See oho Periodicals: Musical record and 
review. 

Dog (The). See Periodicals: Dog (The). 

Doubledav, Page & co. See Periodicals: 
World's (The) work. 

Dreililien verlag. See Musical com}). 



IV 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Drummond (T. F. ) >Se<? Photographs. 

Dry (C. N. ) See Chromos and lithos. 

Dukesmith (F. H.) See Periodicals: 
Salesmanship. 

Dupree (F.) See Dramatic corap. : Mys- 
tic shrine. 

Durand (A.) & fils. See Musical comp. 

Duval (G. ) See Dramatic comp. : 
P'tites Michu. 
Veronique. 

Eastern drug co. ^Periodicals: Eastern 
drug market. 

Eastern music company. See Musical 
comp. 

Eaton & Mains. See Books: Young 
(E. R. ) Lodge fire stories. 

Ebner'sche musikalienhandlung. See 
Musical comp. 

Economist pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Economist (The) . 

Edmondson ( G. M. ) co. See Photographs. 

Electrical review pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Electrical review. 

Electrician pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Western electrician. 

Elkin & co., ltd. See Musical comp. 

Elliff (E. H.) See Musical comp. 

Elliott (A. R. ) pub. co. See Periodicals: 
N. Y. medical jour. 

Elverson (J.) See Periodicals: Golden 
days. 

Emanuel (J. G. ) See Photographs. 

Emery (C. E. ) See Photographs. 

Engberg (M. J.) Svensk-amerikanska 
honsboken. See Books. 

Engberg-Holmberg pub. co. See Books: 
Engberg (M. J.) Svensk-amerikanska 
honsboken. 

Engineer pub. co. See Books: Kelley 
( H. II.) Engineer's examiner. 

Engineering t^ mining jour. See Period- 
icals: Engineering and mining jour. 

English (C. E.) See Engravings, etc. 

Enoch tv cie. See Musical comp. 

Equitable publishing company. See Mu- 
sical comp. 

Ess-Ess pub. co. See Periodicals: Smart 
(The. eet. 

Estes (D.) £ co. See. Books: Bickford 
| F. i Daddy Joe's fiddle. 

Eulenburg ( E. ) See Musical comp. 

Evening hours pub. co. Set Periodicals: 
Evening hours. 

Everitt (J. A.) See Periodicals: Up to 
date farming. 

Everywhere pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Everywhere. 

Pacts current co. See Periodicals: Re- 
publican (The). 

Fairbank (H. W.) publishing company. 
Set Musical com]). 

Famille(La) Bolero. See Dramatic comp. 

Fasquelle (E.) See Dramatic com}).: 
Lucette. 

Fawcett ( W. ) See Photographs. 



Federation direct, of club speakers. See 

Books. 
Feltes (F. M.) See Musical comp. 
Fenno (R. F. ) & co. See Books: Xorris 

(Z. A. ) Color of his soul. 
Ferdun (J. E.) See Photographs. 
Fillmore brothers company. See Musical 

comp. 
Firth (W. F. ) See. Musical comp. 
Fischer (J.) and brother. See Musical 

comp. 
Fisher (A. L. ) See Books: City of sweet 

content. 
Fiske co. See Periodicals: Cumulative 

index-digest. 
Fitzgerald (T. F.) See Books: Fitz- 
gerald's Trenton direct. 
Fitzgerald's Trenton direct. See Books. 
Flanner ( J. ) See Musical comp. 
Fleisher bros. See Engravings, etc. 
Flemer ( W. ) See Books : Plans for pleas- 
ant home surroundings. 
Flitcraft (A. J.) See Periodicals: Life 

insurance courant. 
Floral life pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Floral life. 
Floral pub. co. 8ee Periodicals: Home 

and flowers. 
Fogelsanger (J. M.) See Periodicals: 

New ideas. 
Forberg (R. ) See Musical comp. 
Ford (J. S.) See Periodicals: Picture 

and art trade. 
Foreign story syndicate co. See Books: 
D'Hennin (A.) Obstacle. 
Villeneuve ( M. ) Why Tirebouchon 
II did not win. 
Forum pub. co. See Periodicals: Forum 

(The). 
Fowler (H. H. ) See Books: Sounding 

the message. 
Fowler and Wells co. See Periodicals: 

Phrenological journal. 
Fox (R. K.) See Books: Bothner (G.) 

Scientific wrestling. 

See also Periodicals: Xat'l (The) police 
gazette. 
Francis. Day & Hunter. See Books: 

School girl. 

See also Musical com]). 
Franciscan fathers. See Periodicals: 

Sendbote (Der). 
Freeman ( Wm. | See Periodicals: Ladies' 

(The) herald. 
Freitas (T. L. de). See Dramatic comp.: 

Plot against plot. 
Fuller (F.M.i See Periodicals: Advance 

reports. 
Funk & Wagnalls co. See Periodicals: 
• Missionary (The) review. 
Gabbert (A. P.) See Books: Original 

poetry. 
Gallup (L. M. ) See Musical comp. 
Gannett (W. II.) See Periodicals: Com- 
fort. 



INDEX TO NO. 628 



Gardening (The) co. See Periodicals: 

Gardening. 
Gaylord (M. L. R.) Se< Musical com p. 
General electric co. Sia Books: Bulletin. 

General pub. CO. See Periodicals: Xat'l. 
oil reporter. 

Gerald (W. H.) See Dramatic comp. : 
Lucky duck. 

German press and plate co. See Books: 
( tffener schreibebrief. 

Gibson (J. W.) Set Periodicals: Haber- 
dasher (The). 

Gilford (B. A.) See Photographs. 

Gilbert (C. M. i See Fine arts. 

Gilderhaus (C.) See Dramatic comp.: 
In the Ozarks. 
Into the open. 
Rebel's daughter. 

Gillett (E. P.) Conversation acquire 
par l'etude au verbe. See Books. 

Gillett {Mrs. H. W.) See Books: Gillett 
(E. P. ) System of using the verb. 

Gimbel (C.) jr. See Musical comp. 

Globe newspaper co. See Periodicals: 
Boston globe (daily). 

Goggan (T. ) & brother. See Musical 
comp. 

Gopsill's (J.) sons. See Books: Atlantic 
City direct. 

Gopsill's Atlantic City direct. See Books. 

Gordon (H. S.) See Musical comp. 

Gordon (W. I.) See Books: New force. 

Grafton press. See Periodicals: Journal 
of cutaneous diseases. 

Graham ( W. ) See Periodicals: Log 
(The). 

Grand Rapids furniture record co. See 
Periodicals: Grand Rapids furniture 
record. 

Graphology pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Back-log. 

(Tray lith. co. See Chromos. and lithos. 

Gregory (Wm. R. ) co. See Periodicals: 
Flour trade news. 

Greulich (M. H.) See Musical comp, 

Griswold (K. E. ) See Periodicals: Prof- 
itable advestising. 

Grocery world pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Grocery world. 

Grosvenor (J. M. ) & co. See Fine arts. 

Guenther (L. ) See Periodicals: Mail 
(The) order jour. 

Guide pr'tg and pub. co. See Periodic- 
als: Brooklyn theatrical guide. 

Gunton (The) co. See Periodicals: Gun- 
ton's magazine. 

Gutman (F. O.) See Musical comp. 

Hachette & co. See Musical comp. 

Hagen (J. G. | The Our Father: See 
Books. 

Hall-Mack company. See Musical comp. 

Hamersly (L. R. ) co. See Periodicals: 
United (The) service. 

Hampton normal and agric. institute. 
See Periodicals: Southern (The) work- 
man. 



Hanfstaengl (F.) See Fine arte. 

Hansen (W.) See Musical comp. 
Harbison (J. L. ) See Periodicals: Tabic 

talk. 
Harcourt (M. ) See Musical comp. 

Harms (T. B.) & co. See Musical comp. 
Harper & bros. See Books: Pyle (H.) 
Rejected of men. 
Set aim Periodicals: Golf. 
See also Engravings, etc. 
Harris (F. L. ) See Photographs. 
Harrison (C. C. ) Unwelcome Mrs. 

Hatch. See Books. 
Hart (D. L. ) See Dramatic comp.: Par- 
ish priest. 
Hart (V. H.) See Dramatic comp.: Ma- 
harajah. 
Hartshorn (W. W.) See Periodicals: 

Modern (The) Priscilla. 
Harwood (B.) See Musical comp. 
Haskins (W. R.) See Musical comp. 
Hatch music co. See Periodicals: Mu- 
sician (The). 
Hawkes & son. See Musical comp. 
Hay trade jour, year bk. of hay shippers 

& receivers. See Books. 
Headley (P. C.) Life of the Marquis de 

Lafayette. See Books. 
Hearst (W. R.) See Books: 
Are they married? 

Bierce ( A. ) Curmudgeon philoso- 
pher. 

Domestic heat escape. 

Problem of success. 

Blouet (P.) Art of making one's 
self unhappy. 

John Bull. 

■ Parents. 

"Women. 

Castellane (Marquis de). Studies. 
Criss cross in a game of love. 
Curious new art photog. 
Distinguished Amer. visitors. 
Dix(D.) Foolish goat. 

How the bear. 

Studies. 

Why children. 

Foxy Grandpa's mother goose. 
How science will give us strictly fresh 

ecu-erg. 

How to keep the hair young. 

If women should rule the world. 

Most beautiful Mrs. De La Mar. 

Newest, greatest, most mysterious 
force. 

Paris gossip. 

Poole (H.) From sunshine & shad- 
ows of N. Y. 

Romance. 

Saltus ( E. ) Policy & philosophy. 

Rise in prices. 

Serviss (G. P. ) Lord of creation. 

Lunar illusion. 

Resemblances. 

Wilcox (E. W.) Child's neglected 
training. 



VI 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Hearst ( W. R. ) • Do women liketo obey. 

Dream of co-operation. 

How like the sea. 

Our strife. 

Victims of habit. 

See also Periodicals: 

New Orleans Amer. 

Xew Orleans journal. 

Phila. American. 

Phila. journal. 

Pittsburg Amer. 

Pittsburg jour. 

St. Louis Amer. 

St. Louis jour. 

San Fran. American. 

San Fran, journal. 

Twin City American. 

Twin City jour. 

Wash' 11 American. 

Wash'n jour. 
See also Engravings, etc. 
Heath (I). C. ) & co. See Books: 

Heath readers. 2nd reader. 

Nunez de Arce. ( G. ) El haz de lefia. 
Heath readers. See Books. 
Heermans (J. VY.) Stories. See Books. 
Heidelberg press. See Musical comp. 
Heinrichshofen's verlag. See Musical 

comp. 
Henderson ( W. T. ) Bk. of curious facts. 

See Books. 
Hennequin ( M. ) See Dramatic comp. : 

Famille de Bolero. 

Heureuse! 
Herzberg (G.) See Musical comp. 
Heugel & cie. See Musical comp. 
Hill (R. K.) See Engravings, etc. 
Hills (W. H.) See Periodicals: Writer 

(The). 
Hirt (C. J. ) See Engravings, etc. 
Hjertelius (J. ) See Musical comp. 
Hoenshel I E. .1. ) See Books: 

Advanced gram. 

Language lessons. 
Hoffman (II. B.) See Dramatic comp. : 

Trickster tricked. 
Holler (J.) See Periodicals: Dicker- 
man's ('. S. Treas. counterfeit detector. 
Holme (F.) See Books: Chicago. The 

School of illustration. Prac. lessons. 
Holmes (M. J. H.) See Books: 

What will the world say? 

What would von do, love? 
Holt (J. W.) See Musical comp. 
Holt (S. D.) See Engravings, etc. 
llolzmann (A.) See Musical comp. 
Home science pub. co. See Periodicals: 

I [ome science mag. 
Hooke (C. W.) See Books: Fielding 

(H. ) British invader. 
Horkmans (I>. M.) See Photographs. 
Housekeeper corporation. See Period- 
icals: Housekeeper (The). 
Howard (S.) See Musical comp. 
llowley, Haviland & Dresser. See Mu- 
sical comp. 



Hubert (A. G. ) See Photographs. 

Hudson city direct. See Books. 

Hug (G. ) & co. See Musical comp. 

Hughes & Serjeant. See Fine arts. 

Hutchins (W.) See Musical comp. 

Illinois. General assembly. All the laws 
of the State of 111. See Books. 

Ilsen & co. See Musical comp. 

In the Ozarks. See Dramatic comp. 

India rubber pub. co. See Periodicals: 
India rubber world. 

Industrial press. See Periodicals: Ma- 
chinery. 

Industrial pr't'g. and pub. co. See Peri- 
odicals: Mining reporter. 

Inez (M.) See Periodicals: Sphinx 
(The). 

Inland printer co. See Periodicals: In- 
land (The) printer. 
See also Engravings, etc. 

Interior (The). See Periodicals: Inte- 
rior (The). 

Intern, corres. schools. Textbk. on 
show-card writing. See Books. 

Internat'l jour, of surgery. See Period- 
icals: Internat' 1 jour, of surgery. 

International news co. See Chromos and 
lithos. 

International textbk. co. See Books: 
Intern, corres. schools. Textbk. on 
show-card writing. 
See also Periodicals: 
I. C. S. messenger. 
Mines and minerals. 

Into the open. See Dramatic comp. 

Jackson (B. D. ) See Photographs. 

Jamieson (K. E. ) Sec Books: Dickie 
Dawdle-so. 

Jelliffe (S. E. ) See Periodicals: Journal 
of nervous and mental disease. 

Jennings | (i. E.) ^'Periodicals: Fish- 
ing (The) gazette. 

Jennings A: Pye. See Books: Lockhart 
(A. J. ) Papers of Pastor Felix. 

Jeweler's circular pub co. See Periodic- 
als: Jewelers' (The) circular. 

Jewett (F. G.) Primary election law of 
the state of X. Y. See Books. 

Jewish comment pub. co. See Periodic- 
als: Jewish comment. 

Johnson (0. W.) See Books: Repub- 
lican nat. convention. Official pro- 
ceedings. 

Johnson (E. E. ) See Musical comp. 

Johnson (T. and J. W.) co. See Period- 
icals: Penna. county court reports. 

Johnson co. See Photographs. 

Jones ( W. S. ) See Musical comp. 

Jour, of electricity pub co. See Period- 
icals: Journal of electricity. 

Judge co. See Periodicals: 
Judge. 

Judge's library. 
Leslie's weekly. 
Sis I Iopkins' own book. 



INDEX TO NO. 628 



VII 



Engineers 1 examiner. 



Kahnt (C. ¥.) aachfolger. See Musical 
comp. 

Kansas City star CO. See Books: Trade 
in live stock. 

Kanfniann (W.) See Books: Streifzuge 
durch Deutschland. 

Kanfniann & Stranss CO. See Fine arts. 

Keene (M.) See Dramatic conip.: Wile 
or country. 

Keith, Prowse & co., lt«i. See Musical 
comp. 

Kelley (II. H.) 
See Books. 

Kellogg (E.) Wolf Run. See Books. ■ 

Kellogg (E. L. ) & co. See Periodicals: 
School (The) jour. 

Kellogg (F. G. ) See Books: Kellogg 
(E.), Wolf Run. 

Keppler and Schwarzmann. See Period- 
icals: 
Puck. 

Puck's library. 
Puck's quar. 

Keramic studio pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Keramic studio. 
Old china. 

Kerr (C. H.) & co. See Periodicals: In- 
ternal' 1 socialist review. 

Kip (W. R.) & Aderente (V.) See Fine 
arts. 

Kirkpatrick (W. J.) See Musical comp. 

Klock (H. R. S.). See Musical comp. 

Xnarrle & bros. See Photographs. 

Knapp (Mrs. J. F. ) See Musical comp. 

Knight, Donnelley & co. See Periodicals: 
Pit and post. 

Koehler (J.) See Chromos and lithos. 

Kohnstamm (H.) & co. See Photo- 
graphs. 

Kraushaar(C. W. ) See Engravings, cuts, 
and prints. 

Kreh (J. F. ) See Books: Views of hist. 
Frederick-Town. 

Lagatree (N. S. ) See Musical comp. 

Lakeside pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Trained nurse and hospital rev. 

Lane's list. See Periodicals: 

Illustrated (The) family herald. 
Nat'l (The) farmer. 
People's literary companion. 
Sunshine for youth. 

Lauing co. See Books: Cincinnati. Su- 
perior court. Reports. 13. 

Lant (J. H.) See Books: Hudson City 
direct. 

Larkin soap co. See Periodicals: Larkin 
(The) idea. 

Lawrence (G. R. ) See Photographs. 

Lawrence & Bullen. See Fine arts. 

Lea bros. & co. See Periodicals: 
Amer. jour, of med. sciences. 
Medical news. 

Leduc (A.) See Musical comp. 

Lee (0. B. ) See Periodicals: Lee's mag- 
azine. 

Lengnick (A.) See Musical comp. 



Leonard and co. See Musical com]). 

Leslie (Mrs. C. E.) See Musical comp. 

Levin (M. ) See Musical comp. 

Lewis (C. B.) See Books: 
Arizona kicklets. 
Bowser breaks out. 
Der German cobbler. 
Father & son. 
Q. Hope Jones. 

Life ins. independent pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Life (The) ins. independent. 

Life pub. co. See Periodicals: Life. 
See also Engravings, etc. 

Line fence. See Dramatic com]). 

Lippincott (J. B. ) co. See Periodicals: 
Amer. jour, of nursing. 
Lippincott' s mo. magazine. 

Literary collector press. See Periodicals: 
Literary (The) collector. 

Little chronicle pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Little (The) chronicle. 

Locke (W. O.) See Photographs. 

Lockhart ( A. J. ) Papers of Pastor Felix. 
See Books. 

Loeb ( E. ) See Chromos and lithos. 

Loeffler (A. ') See Photographs. 

Loizeaux brothers. See Musical comp. 

Longmans, Green & co. See Books: 
Mors et victoria. 

Loomis (C. H.) See Musical comp. 

Lord and Nagle co. See Periodicals : Tex- 
tile world record. 

Lord (D. M.), and Thomas (A. L.) See 
Periodicals: Judicious advertising. 

Lorenz publishing company. See Musi- 
cal comp. 

Lothrop pub. co. See Books: Stoddard 
(YV. O. ) Ahead of the army. 

Love-letters. See Ossoli (S. M. F. d'). 

Lucette. See Dramatic comp. 

Luckhardt's musik-verlag. See Musical 
comp. 

Lucky duck. See Dramatic comp. 

Luhr(0.) See Periodicals: Nat'l (The) 
engineer. 

Lupton (F. M.) See Periodicals: 
Good literature. 
People's home jour. 

Lutz (C. A.) See Periodicals: Concordia 
mag. 

Lyceum pub. co. See Periodicals: Ly- 
ceum night. 

Lyon & Healv. See Musical comp. 

MacArthur (M. H. ) See Books: Photo- 
graphic views. 

McBride (D. H.) & co. See Maps: Ger- 
man empire. 
See also Periodicals: Sunday companion. 

McCall co. See Periodicals: McCall 
magazine. 

McCann (J. P.) See Periodicals: Sun- 
shine bulletin. 

MacClintock (W. D.) Some paradoxes. 
See Books. 

McClure (S. S.) See Periodicals: Mc 
Clure's magazine. 



VIII 



CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



McClure (T. C.) See Books: 

Canfield (H. G.) By the hand. 
Norfleet (J.) Man from N. Y. 
Oxford (J. B.) Red mountain nup- 
tials. 
Reid (C. S. ) Perplexing initials. 
Whitney ( H. ) Mrs. Pepper' s tactics. 
Williams (M. McC.) See Books: 
Amaryllis. 
See also Engravings, etc. 
McCord (J. A.) See McCord bk. co. 
McCord bk. co. See Books: 

McCord (J. A.) Complete calcu- 
lator for int. at six per cent. 

Complete cotton calculator. 

Cotton seed and products calcu- 
lator. 
Street buyer's ed. cotton calcu- 
lator. 
McCurdy (A. W.) See Photographs. 
Macdonald (J.) See Periodicals: West- 
ern school jour. 
MacDonald {N.) 

ence day poem. 
MacDonald (P.) 
Macfadden (B.) 

cal culture. 
McGraw pub. co. 

Amer. electrician. 
Electrical world & engineer. 
Engineering (The) record. 
Street ry. journal. 
Mcintosh (B.) See 
Mcintosh monthlv. 
Mcintosh (B. ) studio. 
Mack (L. Alexander), 
kins county, X. V. 
Machray (R.) See Books: Mystery of 

Lincoln's Inn. 
Macmillan co. See Books: Banks(N.H.) 
Round Anvil Rock. 
See also Periodicals: Physical review. 
McMillin (II. E.) See Musical comp. 
Maharajah. See Dramatic comp. 
Mahin (J. L.) See Periodicals: Mahin 

magazine. 
Major (G. MacD.) See Books: siren of 

the woods. 
Man hard (A. R.) See Photographs. 
Marble (G.) Set Musical comp. 
Marine engineering. See Periodicals: 

Marine engineering. 
Mark- ( M. D.) v, Periodicals: Key 

(The i note. 
Marshall (J.) Se< Books: Medicua (L. ) 

Brief introd. to qual. analysis. 
Marshall <k Bruce company. See Books: 
Tennessee. General assembly. Compi- 
lation of road laws. 
Marshalltown city direct. See Books. 
Master steam boiler makers pub. aSSOC. 

See Periodicals: Motive power. 
Matthews ((i. T. ) See Musical comp. 
Matthews (J. x. ) co. See Maps: 
Alabama. 
Arizona. 



See Books: Independ- 

See Photographs. 

See Periodicals: Physi- 

See Periodicals: 



Periodicals: Burr 

See Photographs. 
See Maps: Tomp- 



Matthews (J. N.) co. — Continued. 
Connecticut. 
Illinois. 
Massachusetts. 
Michigan. 
United States. 
See also Periodicals: Illustrated Buffalo 
express. 

Maurel {Madame). See Musical comp. 

Mayflower pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Mayflower (The). 

Mayo (E. S. ) See Periodicals: Rawlins' 
drug news. 

Medical review of reviews. See Period- 
icals: Medical review of reviews. 

Medicus (L. ) Brief introd. to qual. anal. 
See Books. 

Meek & Beach co. See Chromos and 
lithos. 

Mekeel-Redfield-Severn co. See Period- 
icals: MekeePs wk. stamp news. 

Men and women pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Men and women. 

Mercantile adjuster pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Mercantile (The) adjuster. 

Merchant's record co. See Periodicals: 
Merchant's record and show window. 

Merck & co. See Periodicals: Merck's 
archives. 

Merrick (L.) See Books: Conrad. 

Messenger (The) co. See Periodicals: 
Messenger (The). 

Metal industry pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Metal (The') industry. 

Methot (H.) See Engravings, etc. 

Metropolitan and rural home. See Peri- 
odicals: Metropolitan and rural home. 

Metropolitan mag. co. See Periodicals: 
New (The) metropolitan. 

Metzler (R. ) See Books: Our city beau- 
tiful. 

Meyer bros. co. See Periodicals: Theatre 

(The,. 

Michaud (L.) See Dramatic comp. : 

P'tites Michu. 
Yeronique. 

Michie (T. J.) Municipal corp. cases. 
See Books. 

Michie co. See Books: Michie (T. J.) 
Municipal corp. cases. 

Military service institution of V. S. * s << 
Periodicals: Journal of military service 
institution. 

Mill owner's co. See Periodicals: Mill 
owners. 

Miller-Lewis co. See Chromos and lithos. 

Miller pub. co. See Periodicals: North- 
western ( The ) miller. 

Mills (C. J.) See Books: Cook (E. T.) 
Introd. to lib. ed.of works of J. Ruskin. 

Mills (F. A.) See Musical comp. 

Milne (W. .T.) See Books: Primary 
arith. 

Missud (J. M.) See Musical comp. 

Mitchell, Schiller & Barnes. Se< Period- 
icals: ( 'cut per cent. 



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IX 



Molineux (G. ) Set Musical comp. 

See a ho Periodicals: 
Molineux choir library. 

Organ (The). 
Monahan (M.) See Periodicals: Papyrus 

(The). 
Moody (W. R.) Se( Periodicals: Record 

of Christian work. 
Moore (S. H.) & co. See Periodicals: 

Ladies' (The) world. 
Morning telegraph pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Morn. (The) telegraph. 
Moran (T. J.) See Periodicals: Sacred 

heart union. 
Morrin (L. M.) See Engravings, etc. 
Morris (G. F. ) See Engravings, etc. 
Mors et victoria. See Books. 
Muller, Luchsinger & co. See Chromos 

and lithos. 
Mum ford (A. W.) See Engravings, etc. 
Municipal jour. pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Municipal jour, and engineer. 
Munn & co. See Periodicals: Scientific 

Amer. 
Monro's (G.) sons. See Books: Machray 

(R.) Mystery of Lincoln's Inn. 

See also Periodicals: N.Y. fireside com- 
panion. 
Munro (N. L.) See Periodicals: N. Y. 

family story paper. 
Munsey (F. A.) Sief Periodicals : 
Boston Sunday jour. 
Munsey's magazine. 
Musical world pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Musical (The) world. 
Mustel pere et tils. See Musical comp. 
Muvalo company (The). £ee Periodicals : 

Digit. 
Myers (J. F.) See Books: Missouri. 
Mystic shrine. See Dramatic comp. 
Nat'l anti-trust pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Anti-trust. 
National electric co. See Books: Cat.no. 

53. 
Nat'l fruit growers pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Nat'l (The) fruitgrower. 
Needham ( A. A. ) See Musical comp. 
New Amsterdam bk. co. See Books: 

Henderson (TVm. T. ) Bk. ot curious 

facts. 
New idea pub. co. See Periodicals: New 

idea woman's mag. 
New Jersey registration & trust co. See 

Books: Business cos. 
New thought pub. co. See Periodicals: 

New thought. 
N. Y. (State) Legislature. See Books: 
Penal code. 
Tax law. 
New York American. See Periodicals. 
N. Y. American and journal. See Peri- 
odicals. 
N. Y. evening journal. See Periodicals. 
N. Y. Evening post co. See Periodicals: 
Evening fThe) post, 
Reports of national banks. 

2264—03 7 



N. Y. herald co. See Books: New things 
strange & curious. 

See also Periodicals: N. Y. herald co. 
See also Engravings, etc. 

N. Y. lumber trade jour. See Period- 
icals: N. Y. lumber trade jour. 

N. Y. magazine of mysteries. See Peri- 
odicals: N. Y. (The) magazine of mys- 
teries. 

N. Y. times. See Books: 
London news. 
Man in the street. 
On London change. 

N. Y. Zoological society. See Periodicals: 
Zoological society bulletin. 

New Yorker staats-zeitung. See Periodi- 
cals: 
Abendblatt. 
N. Y. staats-zeitung. 
Sonntagsblatt. 
Wochenblatt der N. Y. 

Newman (J.) See Musical comp. 

Newnes (G.), ltd. See Books: 
Curiosities. 
Kennedy (B.) Tramp in Spain. 

Nichols (C. D. ) See Photographs. 

Nolan pub. co. See Periodicals: Imple- 
ment (The) age. 

Norris (Z. A.) Color of his soul. See 
Books. 

North American. ^Periodicals: North 
American. 

North Amer. review pub. co. See Peri- 
odicals: North Amer. (The) review. 

Northeastern reporter. See Books. 

Novello & co., ltd. See Musical comp. 

Noveilo, Ewer & co. See Musical comp. 
See also Periodicals: Church music re- 
view. 

Noyes (Wm. A.), chairman. See Pe- 
riodicals: Journal of Amer. chemical 
society. 

Nunez de Arce (G. ) El haz de lena. 
See Books. 

0. K. music company. See Musical 
comp. 

Oakes (D. ), jr. See Musical comp. 

Ocho (S. W.') See Photographs. 

O'Connor (P. J. J.) See Periodicals: St. 
Louis daily market reporter. 

01cott(R.T.*) See Books: Western N.Y. 
publishing co. Manual of instr. 

Olympian pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Olympian (The). 

Open court pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Monist (The). 
Open (The) court. 

Orange Judd co. See Periodicals: 
New Eng. homestead. 
Orange Judd (The) farmer. 

Ossoli (S.'M. F. d'). Love-letters. See 
Books. 

Osteopathic pub. co. See Periodicals: 
Osteopathic health. 

Oswald pub. co. See Periodicals: Amer. 
(The) printer. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Out west co. See Periodicals: Out west. 
Outing pub. co. See Periodicals : Outing. 
Outlook co. See Periodicals: Outlook 

(The). 
Owen (F. A.) pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Primary plans. 
Pacific coast miner. See Periodicals: Pa- 
cific coast miner. 
Pacific reporter. See Books. 
Page (H. W.) See Periodicals: Legal 

(The) intelligencer. 
Page (L. C. ) & co. See Books: Woodruff 

(J. S.) Little Christmas shoe. 
Paine (F. M. ) Sec Musical comp. 
Parish priest. See Dramatic comp. 
Parker (C. M. ) See Periodicals: Parker's 

supp'l reading for 3d and 4th grades. 
Paton (Thos. B. ) See Periodicals: Bank- 
ing law jour. 
Patterson (H.) See Books: On yacht 

etiquette. 
Patron (J. H.) Hist. & gov. of U. S. 

See Books. 
Paulding (J. ) See Fine arts. 
Pearson pub. co. See Periodicals: Pear- 
son's magazine. 
Pease (I. L.) See Periodicals: People's 

railway guide. 
Penfold (C. C.) See Engravings, etc. 
Penn pub. co. See Books: Barnes ( A. M.) 
Little lady of the fort. 
See dtso Periodicals: Youth. 
Perkins (J. L.) See Periodicals: Hot 

solder. 
Perry (R. H.) See Fine arts. 
Pettibone direct, co. See Books: Mar- 

shalltown city direct, 
Phila. inquirer cu. See Periodicals: Phila. 

inquirer. 
Phillips (Win. II.) Set Periodicals: Berk- 
shire (The) Hills. 
Phillips c^c Oliver. See Musical comp. 
Philosophic (The) co. Se< Periodicals: 

Metaphysical (The) mag. 
Picken (L. H.) Crane readers. See 

Books. 
Pierce pub. CO. See Periodicals: What 

to eat. 
Pilgrim pub. co. See Periodicals: Pil- 
grim (The). 
Pinkham (A. M. I See .Musical comp. 
Pinto (A. F. ) See Musical comp. 
Place (A. R.) See Periodicals: IVnna. 

justices' law reporter. 
Plot against plot. See Dramatic comp. 
Poeppmg (N.) See Musical comp. 
Political science quar. See Periodical-. 
Pond ( W. A.) & co. See Musical comp. 
Porter ill. W. ) See Musical comp. 
Porterfield & co. See Books: Illus. 

weekly range. 
Post pub. co. See Periodicals: Sunday 

The) post, 
Power of destiny. See Dramatic comp. 
Powers, Higby & co. Sec Engravings, 
etc. 



Prayer & confidence. See Books. 

Press pub. co. See Periodicals: World 

(The). 
Presser (T. ) See Musical comp. 

See also Periodicals: Etude (The). 
Price & Lee co. See Books: Stedman's 
direct, of the city and town of Norwich. 
Price & Reynolds' See Musical comp. 
Prince society. See Books: Slafter (C.) 

Sir Humfrey Gylberte. 
Prouty music, publishing company. See 

Musical comp. 
P'tites Michu. See Dramatic comp. 
Pulitzer pub. co. See Books: 
Chose death. 
Midnight tragedy. 
Purdy (J. E. ) See Photographs. 
Pyle ( H. ) Rejected of men. See Books. 
Rahter (D.) See Musical comp. 
Railway equipment and pub. co. See 
Periodicals: Official railway equipment 
register. 
Rathom (J. R. ) See Books: Hollander 

in Chicago. 
Raven pub. co. See Periodicals: Rayen 

(The) . 
Rawlett (A. B.) See Engravings, etc. 
Raymond (H. W. ) See Books: Smug- 
gling a bride. 
Reader pub. co. See Periodicals: Reader 

(The). 
Rebel's (The) daughter. See Dramatic 

comp. 
Record pub. co. See Periodicals: Com- 
mercial record. 
Recordon (H.') See Books: Do animals 

think? 
Records of past explor. society. See Peri- 
odicals: Records of past. 
See o&q Photographs. 
Reed ( Chas. R. ) See Periodicals: Amer. 

ornithology. 
Reliable poul. jour. pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Reliable poultry jour. 
Republican nat. convention. Off. pro- 
ceedings. See Books. 
Review and record co. (See Periodicals: 

Review and record. 
Review of reviews co. See Periodicals: 

Amer. mo. review of rev. 
Review pub. CO. See Periodicals: 
Amer. exchange and review. 
Carpet and upholstery trade rev. 
Retirements in military service of the 

United states. See Church (W. C. ) 
Reynolds & co. See Musical comp. 
Rich (II. S. ) & co. See Periodicals: Ice 

and refrigeration. 
Richards and co. See Periodicals: Patent 

and trade-mark rev. 
Richardson (M. M. ) See Musical comp. 
Richardson (M. T.) co. &e Periodicals: 

Amateur (The) sportsman. 
Rickard (C. L I See Photographs. 
Ricordi (G. ) and 0. See Musical comp. 



INDEX TO NO. 628 



XI 



Hitler and driver pub. co. See Periodic- 
als: Rider and driver. 
RoBards (J. L. ) SteeBooks: Songofthe 

angels. 
Robinson (W. J.) See Periodicals: 
Medico-pharmaceutical critic and guide. 
Rodernmnd (M. J.) See Periodicals: 

Searchlight (The). 
Rogers and Manson. See Periodicals: 

Brickbuilder(The). 
Ronald press. See Books: Oonyngton 

(T.) Manual. 
Root newspaper association. See Peri- 
odicals: Garment manufacturer. 
Bosch (J.) See Books: Picturesque 

White Plains. 
Rosenberg (G. M.) See Musical comp. 
Rowe (A. D. ) See Books: 10 good rea- 
sons. 
Rudder pub. co. See Periodicals: Rud- 
der (The). 
Russell ( R. H. ) See Books : 
Ade(G.) Mod. fables. 
Le Gallienne (R. ) Lit. letter. 
Roberts (C. G. D. ) AVord from out- 
doors. 
Russell ( W. C. ), jr. See Photographs. 
Saalfield (R. A.) See Books: Fennimore 

(R.) Bible stories. 
Safeguard pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Safeguard and armory. 
Sail and sweep pub. co." See Periodicals: 

Sail and sweep. 
St. Louis art neg. co. See Photographs. 
San Diego city & co. direct. See Books. 
San Diego direct, co. See Books: San 

Diego city & co. direct. 
Sanborn (A. H. ) See Photographs. 
Sanborn (B. L. ) See Dramatic comp.: 

Comtesse. 
Sanborn map company. See Maps: 
Catskill, N. Y. 
Fitzgerald, Ga. 
Graham, Va. 
Haywards, Cal. 
Manville, R. I. 
Monticello, Fla. 
Oxford, N. J. 
Pocahontas, Ya. 
Tallahassee, Fla. 
Sanderson (J. G. ) See Photographs. 
Savory (E. W.) See Engravings, etc. 
Saxby (L. ) See Musical comp. 
Schaefer (J. ) See Periodicals: Christian 

(The) mother. 
Schirmer ( G. ) See Musical comp. 
Schmidt (C. F. ) See Musical comp. 
School girl. See Books. 
Schuberth (J.) & co. See Musical comp. 
Schley (J. A.) See Fine arts. 
Scott ( H. S. ) See Books : Barlasch of the 

guard. 
Scott, Foresman & co. See Books: Birthe 
of Hercules. 



Scribner's (C.) sons. See Periodicals: 
Scribner's mag. 
See also Chromos and lithos. 

Scudder bros co. See Periodicals: Eclec- 
tic medical jour. 

Secret of the subway. See Dramatic 
comp. 

Seeing Denver. See Bridgman (W. E. i 

Sewell (R. W.) See Fine arts. 

Shapiro, Bernstein & co. See Musical 
comp. 

Shattinger (M.) See Dramatic comp.: 
Tiss, Tim and the ticker. 

Shattinger piano & music company. See 
Musical comp. 

Sheard (0.) & co. See Musical com]). 

Shibley (G. H.) See Books: Majority 
rule. 

Shields (G. 0. ) See Periodicals: Recrea- 
tion. 

Shipp (E. R. ) Ques. & ans. See Books. 

Silver, Burdett & co. See Books: Heer- 
mans (J. W. ) Stories from the Heb. 

Simon (C. ) See Musical comp. 

Sinclair (A.) co. See Periodicals: Ry. 
& locomotive engineering. 

Slafter(C. ) Sir Humfrev Gvlberte. See 
Books. 

Small (H. J.) See Musical comp. 

Smalley ( V. H. ) See Periodicals: Smal- 
ley's mag. 

Smith (A. M. ) See Periodicals: Bryolo- 
gist (The). 

Snyder (C. G.) See Photographs. 

Sorenson (L. ) See Musical comp. 

Southwestern co. See Periodicals: Plain 
talk. 

Sprague pub. co. See Periodicals: Amer. 
(The) boy. 

Spriester ( A. ) See Books: Interpolations. 

Spurr (E. W.) See Photographs. 

Stebbins (G. C. ) See Musical comp. 

Stedman' s direct, of Norwich. See Books. 

Steinberger ( S. C. ) See Periodicals : Chris- 
tian endeavor quar. 

Stenographer. See Periodicals: Stenog- 
rapher (The). 

Stephens (A. F.) See Periodicals: Nat'l. 
electric medical jour. 

Stern (J. W.) & co. See Musical comp. 

Sterrett (S. B. ) See Fine arts. 

Stevic (James 0.) See Maps: Paw Paw 
lake. 

Stewart (J.) See Periodicals: Realization. 

Stewart (S. ) See Cooks: First notable 
events of hist. 

Stickley (G. ) See Periodicals: Crafts- 
man (The). 

Stitches pub. co. See Periodicals: Stitches. 

Stock (P. Y.) See Dramatic comp.: 
Famille Bolero. 
Heureuse. 

Stoddard (W. 0.) Ahead of the army. 
See Books. 



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CATALOGUE OF TITLE ENTRIES 



Stoess (P. C. ) & Willoughby (0. L. ) See 
Maps: Orca, Kayak, Catalla and Yak- 
tag, Alaska. 
Stoner (W. S. ) See Books: St. Paul's 

Episcopal church of Norfolk. 
Straek (E. W.) See Musical com p. 
Street (F. S.) See Musical comp. 
Street & Smith. See Books: 
Brave & bold. 
Buffalo Bill. 
Diamond Dick. 
Jesse James stories. 
New Nick Carter weekly. 
Old Broadbrim weekly. 
Tip top weekly. 
See also Periodicals: 
Boys of America. 
Street and Smith's N. Y. weekly. 
Strobridge litho. co. See Chromos and 

lithos. 
Success company. See Periodicals: Sue- I 

ress ward. 
Suggestion pub. co. See Periodicals: Sug- 
gestion. 
Summy (C. F. ) company. See Musical 

lump. 
Sun printing and pub. association. See 
Periodicals: 

Evening (The) sun. 
Sun (The). 
Sunday School times co. Set Periodicals: 

Sunday (The) school times. 
Suter(H. M.) Siee Periodicals: Forestry 

and irrigation. 
Svensk-Amerikanska honsboken. See i 

Engberg(M. J.) 
Swift (A. L. ) & co. See Engravings, etc. 
Sword of the sea. Sei Dramatic comp. 
Taher-Prang art co. See Photographs. 
Tansey (P. J.) See Books: 4th of July. 
Taylor (F. II.) See Chromos and lithos. 
Taylor (S. T.) co. See Periodicals: Bon 

Le) ton. 
Taylor, llagar & Kurt. See Books: 
Chauncy-nall school. 75tb annual cat. 
Teachers' journal co. Sfe< Periodicals: 

Teachers' jour. 
Telephone mag. pub. co. Set Periodic- 
als: Telephone (The) magazine. 
Tennessee. Generalassi mbly. Compila- 
tion of road laws. See Books. 

farm and ranch pub. co. See Peri- 
odicals: Farm and ranch. 
Thompson (C. W.) & CO. See Musical 

comp. 
Thompson i E. I See Periodicals: Law 

notes. 
Thorp; W. ) See Books: Premier Balfour. 
Thrift pub. co. Set Periodicals: Rating 

The i index. 
Tilden (J. II. i See Periodicals: Stuffed 

A I club. 
Tingley (K.) See Periodicals: New cen- 
tury path. 

Tim & the ticker. See Dramatic 
mp. 



Tobacco leaf pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Tobacco leaf. 
Tollman (J. AY.) See Photographs. 
Torchiana (AY. G.) See Books: Boyd's I 

direct, of Burlington co. 
Tousey (F.) See Books: 
Frank Reade. 
James boys weekly. 
Liberty bovs. 
Pluck & luck. 
Secret service. 
Wild West weekly. 
Work & win. 
Town topics pub. co. See Periodicals: 

Town topics. 
Treasurer, Cornell Univ. See Periodicals: 

Philosophical (The) review. 
Treat (E. B. ) & co. See Periodicals: 
Internat'l medical co. 
Treasurv of religious thought. 
Trent (W. P.) Hist, of Amer. lit. See 

Books. 
Tribune association. See Periodicals: 
X. Y. tribune. 
N. Y. tribune farmer. 
N. Y. tribune weekly review. 
Trickster tricked. See Dramatic comp. 
Tuck ( R. ) cv. Sons co. See Chromos and 

lithos. 
Turique (B. ) See Dramatic comp. : Sup- 

plice du silence. 
Underwood & Underwood. See Books: 

Stereograph. 
U. S. colortype co. See Engravings, etc. 
U. S. litho. co. See Chromos and lithos. 
University of Chicago. See Books: 

MacClintock (W. D. ) Some para- 
doxes of the Eng. Romantic move- 
ment. 
See also Periodicals: 
Jour, of political economy. 
Modern philology. 
School (The) review. 
Univ. of Penna. See Periodicals: Amer. 

law register. 
University society. See Books: 

Patton (J. H.) Hist. & gov. of U.S. 
World's best music. 
Van Dei nark (II.) See Books: Not with- 
out misfortune. 
Vandersloot music co. See Musical comp. 
Yanloo(A.) See Dramatic comp. : 
P'tites Michu. 
Vcronique. 
Van Ness (J.) pub. CO. Set Periodicals: 

Superintendent & foreman. 
Vaso chemical CO. See Periodicals: Uric 

acid monthly. 
Yeronique. See Dramatic comp. 
Views of historic Frederick town. See 

Books. 
Vignati (L. ) See Photographs. 

See also Fine arts. 
Vincent music co., ltd. See Musical comp. 
Vinhu (F. P.) See Engravings, etc. 
Vogue co. See Periodicals: Vogue. 



INDEX TO No. 628 



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Von Boeckmann-Jones co. See Books: 
Hoenshel (E. J.) Advanced gram. 

Language lessons. 

Picken (L. H.) Crane first reader. 

Crane second reader. 

Crane third reader. 

Yon Tilzer (H.) music publishing com- 
pany. See Musical comp. 

Wa-wan press. See Musical comp. 
Waite (L. P.) & co. See Books: New- 
burgh city direct. 
Waite' s Newbufgh city direct. See Books. 
Waldo-Fairchild co. See Periodicals: 
Chicago apparel gazette. 
Men's wear. 
YValinger (C.) See Photographs. 
AValker (Geo. H. ) & co. See Maps: South 
(The) shore and Norfolk co., Mass. 
See also Chromos and lithos. 
Walker (H. D.) See Books. Red book 

for Stamford. 
Walker's red bk. for Stamford. See 

Books. 
Warder (G. W.) See Books: Stairway 

to the stars. 
Ware bros. See Periodicals: Vehicle 

dealer. 
Warner ( E. B. ) See Books : Staines (B. ) 

Where women do the work. 
Warner (F. E.) See Fine arts. 
Warren ( W. M. ) See Periodicals: 
Medical (The) age. 
Medicine. 
Warwich (C. C. ) See Photographs. 
Waverly pub. co. See Periodicals: Wa- 

verly mag. 
Weekes & co. See Musical comp. 
Welch ( W. M. ) See Periodicals : Welch's 

jour. 
Wells (M. ) See Musical comp. 
Wells (W. B.) See Periodicals: Pacific 

monthly. 
Welton (R. ) See Musical comp. 
Werner (W.) See Books: 
As Cupid willed. 
In the stage box. 
Mrs. Van Peyton's objections. 
Wersel (H. ) See Musical comp. 
Werts (P. D. ) See Photographs. 
W T est (C. ) See Musical comp. 
West pub. co. See Books: 
Pacific reporter. 
Northeastern reporter. 
See also Periodicals: 
Atlantic reporter. 
Federal reporter. 
N. Y. supplement. 
Northeastern reporter. 
Northwestern reporter. 
Pacific reporter. 
Southeastern reporter. 
Southern reporter. 
Southwestern reporter. 
Supreme court reporter. 



Western N. Y. pub. co. Manual of 

instr. See Books. 
Western publishing co. See Books: Wil- 
liams (S. ) Empire in the making. 

See also Periodicals: Frontier monthly. 
Weyman (S. ) See Books: Long night 
W 1 1 eeler ( W. H . ) See Books : Calmerton 

(G. ) Wheeler's graded readers. 
Whitaker & Ray co. See Books: Browne 

(F. J. ) Graded school arith. 
White (H. A.) See Musical comp. 
White-Smith music publishing company. 

See Musical comp. 
White city art co. See Engravings, etc. 
Whitehead & Hoag co. See Chromos 

and lithos. 
Whittaker (T.) See Books: Butler 

(A. A.) How to study the life of 

Christ. 
Whittier (H. A. ) See Books: Federation 

direct, of club speakers. 
Wife or country. See Dramatic comp. 
Wilcox (E. W. ) See Dramatic comp. 

Wife or country. 
Wilhelm (H. L.) See Periodicals: Wil- 

helm's magazine. 
Williams (H. N. ) See Musical comp. 
Williams' Cincinnati direct. See Books. 
Williams direct, co. See Books: Cincin- 
nati direct. 
Willig (G.) & co. See Musical comp. 
Willis ( W. H.) & co. See Musical comp. 
Wimmerstedt ( J. E. ) See Musical comp. 
Windsor (H. H. ) See Periodicals: R. F. 

D. news and rural carrier. 
Windsor music company. See Musical 

comp. 
Winteringer (The) music co., ltd. See 

Musical comp. 
Witmark (M. ) & sons. See Musical 

comp. 
Woerner (J. G.) See Dramatic comp.: 

Rebel's daughter. 
Wood (L. M.) See Periodicals: Trade 

(The) register. 
Wood (Win.) and co. See Periodicals: 

Medical record. 
Wood (W. W.) See Books: 
I was once a wanderer. 
Pledge for all. 
Woodruff (J. S. ) Little Christmas shoe. 

See Books. 
Word and works pub. co. See Period- 
icals: Word and works. 
Work (C. T.) See Books: Outlines of 

manual training. 
World's best music. See Books. 
Writers' press association. See Period- 
icals: Successful (The) Amer. 
Wylie ( W. B. ) See Books: Bird genealogy. 
Yates (C. L.) See Periodicals: Nafl. 

(The) nurseryman. 
Y T opp (A. H.) See Musical comp. 
Young (M.) See Photographs. 



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Volume 34 

Books 

Dramatic Compositions 

Maps and Charts 

Volume 35 

Periodicals 

Volume 36 

Musical Compositions.. 



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. 229 Engravings, Cuts, and Prints 297 

. 267 Chromos and Lithographs 300 

. 269 Photographs 301 

Fine Arts 305 



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completion of the year the numbers can be bound into four volumes, each volume 
containing the classes indicated in the above table of contents, and numbered as 
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The Index in each weekly issue consists of references to all the entries contained 
in that week's issue of the Catalogue, under an alphabet of (a) the names of the 
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compositions; and (c) the first word (not a, an, or the) of the titles of Dramatic com- 
positions and anonymous Books proper. The Index at the end of each quarter is an 
index of all the entries in that quarter. 

The titles of Books proper are prepared in the Catalogue division of the Library of 
Congress, and are complete bibliographical titles of books received at the Library 
of Congress under the operation of the copyright law. 

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with index, in a pamphlet of 30 pages, a copy of which will be sent to any person 
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Librarian of Congress: Register of Copyrights: 

Herbert Putnam Thorvald Solberg 

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CHARTS 



MAPS AND 



CLASS A. BOOKS 

Including books and pamphlets; leaflets, etc.: and periodical contributions: arranged alphabetically 

by author or title. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thns, the notice after the first title 
would read, if printed" in full. "Copyright by Ironsides company, Columbus, Ohio. Class A, XXc, 
no. 52655, Feb. 9 1903; 2 copies received May 27, 1903." 



Abba paints, imp. nar. 16°. 37027 

Ironsides company, Columbus, Ohio. 

A 52655, Feb. 9, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Abbott. Arthur Yaughan. Telephony; 
a manual of the design, construction, 
and operation of telephone exchanges 
. . . pt. 1-3 . . . New York, McGraw 
publishing company, 1903. 3 v. ilius., 
diagrs. 21 £ cm. 

3—15168 37028 

Contents. — Pt. 1. The location of central 

offices. — Pt. 2. Construction of underground 

conduits.— Pt. 3. The construction of cable 

plain. 

McGraw publishing company, New 
York, N. Y. A 61872-61874, June 15, i 
1903; 2 c. each June 15, 1903. 
About our perfect springwork. 26 pp. j 
illus. 4°. 37029 j 

Staples & Hanford co., Xewburgh, j 
N. Y. A 62269, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
June 19, 1903. 

[Adams, William Taylor] Ocean-born; 
or, The cruise of the clubs. By Oliver 
Optic [pseud.'] . . . With thirteen il- 
lustrations. Boston, Lee and Shep- 
ard, 1903. 368 p. front., plates. 
19 cm. (Added t.-p.: Oliver Optic's 
vacht club series. [6] ) 
3—15220 37030 

Alice Adams Russell, Washington, 
D. C, in renewal for 14 vears from 
May 17, 1903. A 58512, Apr. 15, 1903; 
2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Advertising. 31 pp. ill. 8°. 37031 
International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 61688, June 12, 1903; 
2 c. June 12, 1903. 

Advertising is the leavening that raises 

the dough, folder. 24°. 37032 

Greene & Browne, Chicago, III. A 

61769, June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 



229 



Advice from outsider. 2 pp. 12°. 

37033 

M. M. Kallman, Chicago, 111. A 

62967, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Advisory rates for Atlantic, Iowa. Rev. 

49 pp.' 16°. 37034 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 63305", July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Bedford, Iowa. Revised. 29 pp. 

16°. 37035 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
A 61877, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15. 
1903. 

Carson, Iowa. Rev. 14 pp. 16°. 

37036 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 63306, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Clarinda, Iowa. Revised. 37 pp. 

16°. 37037 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 61407, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Garner, Iowa. Rev. 29 pp. 16°. 

37038 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 63307", July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Glenwood, Iowa. Rev. 25 pp. 

16°. 37039 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 63308, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Keosauqua, Iowa. Revised. 25 pp. 

16°. 37040 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 61406", June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 

Lone Tree, Iowa. Revised. 21 pp. 

12°. 37041 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 60401", May 25, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

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Advisory rates for Maquoketa, Iowa. 

Revised. 37 pp. 12°. 37042 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 60813', June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Marathon, Iowa. Revised. 13 pp. 

12°. 37043 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 60404; May 25, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Oakland, Iowa. Rev. 18 pp. 16°. 

37044 

Henrv Bennett. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 63309, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Osceola, Iowa. Revised. 29 pp. 

12°. 37045 

Henry Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 60814, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Rolfe, Iowa. Revised. 25pp. 12°. 

37046 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 60403, May 25,1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Shenandoah, Iowa, Rev. 41 pp. 

16°. 37047 

Henrv Bennett. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 63311, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Sidnev, Iowa. Rev. 18 pp. 16°. 

37048 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 63310", July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Sioux Rapids, Iowa. Revised. 21 

pp. 12°. 37049 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 60402; May 25, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Tabor, Iowa. Revised. 13pp. 16°. 

37050 

Henrv Bennett, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

A 61876, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Agricultural almanac for the year 1904. 

unp. 8°. 37051 

J. Baer's sons, Lancaster, Pa. A 

61612, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 11. 1903. 

Alameda and Contra Costa counties, Cal., 

telephone directory. May, 1903. 82 
pp. 8°. 37052 

Sunset telephone and telegraph com- 
pany, San Francisco, Cal. A 59150, 
May S. 1903; 2 c. May 25. 1903. 

Alhertson, Ralph. Little jeremiads . . . 
Lewiston, Me., The Cooperative press, 
190:;. l p. 1.. 59 j). is cm. 
3—15194. 37053 

Cooperative association of America, 
Lewiston, Me. A 62135, June 17, 1 903 ; 
2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Alexander's perpetual calendar. 14 hy 17 

inches. 37054 

Edward P. Alexander. Annandale, 

S. C. A 60679, Mav 15. 1903; 2 c. May 

29, 1903. 

•> 



Alexander' s three-century chart-almanac. 

14 by 22 inches. 37055 

Edward P. Alexander, Annandale, 

S. C. A 606S0, Mav 15, 1903; 2 c. May 

29, 1903. 

All London town preparing for President 
Louhet's visit. In The New York 
times, June 28, 1903. 37056 

Xew York times. Xew York. X. Y. 
A 63001, June 29, 1903: 2 c. June 29, 
1903. 

Allen, James Lane. The mettle of the 
pasture . . . Xew York, London, 

The Macmillan company, 1903. 4 p. 1., 
448 p. 19* em. 

3—15441 37057 

Macmillan company. New York, X. 
A'. A 62565, June 24, 1903; 2 c. June 
24, 1903. 

American diarv 1904. unp. nar. 16°. 

37058 
Case, Lockwood & Brainard compa- 
ny, Hartford, Conn. A 60478, Apr. 17, 
1903; 2 c. May 1, 1903. 

American digest . . . (Century ed.) v. 
41. Public lands— Rank. ' St. Paul, 
West publishing co., 1903. 26* cm. 

37059 
West publishing: company, St. Paul, 
Minn. A 62423, June 22,' 1903; 2 c. 
June 27, 1903. 

American negligence cases . . . Pre- 
pared and ed. by W. J. Eagle, v. 13. 
New York, Remick, Schilling & co., 
1903. 24.1 cm. 37060 

Remick, Schilling & co., New York, 
X. Y. A 62704, June 26, 1903; 2 c. 
.July 1, 1903. 

American water color society. Illustrated 

catalogue of the thirty-sixth annual ex- 
hibition . . . New York [Press of 
.1. .1. Little cv co.] 1903. front., plates. 
2.Y1 cm. 37061 

American water color society, New 
York, X. Y. A 63273, July 3, 1903; 1 
c. May 21, 1903; 1 c. June 5, 1903. 

Anderson. Galusha. The elements of 
Chrysostom's power as a preacher . . . 
Chicago, The University of Chicago 
press, 1903. 10 p. 2s.', cm. 
3—15861 37062 

" References": p. 16. 

Printed from Firsl Beries, v. 3 (p. a 
the Decennial publications of the University 
of Chicago. 

University of Chicago. Chicago, 111. 
A 51515, Jan. 24, 1903: 2c.June29, 1903. 



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763 



Anderson electric railway light and power 
specialties. Catalogue no. 6. 163 pp. 

ill. 8°. 37063 

A. and ,1. M. Anderson manufactur- 
ing (.•'».. Boston, Mass. A 60353, May 
25, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 190:5. 

Andre (Paul). The lost manuscript. 

37064 
Foreign story syndicate company, 
r.urlinulon, Vt. A 63314, July 3, 1003; 
2 c. July 3, 1908. 

Another talk on talking, imp. 24°. 

37065 

The Lorin de Lorme co., Chicago, 111. 

A 59807, May 16, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Anshutz, E[d\vard] P[ollock] Dogs. 
How to care for them in health and 
treat them when ill. Homoeopathic 
treatment . . . Philadelphia, Boe- 
ricke & Tafel, 1903. 100 p. inch front., 
illus. 15s cm. 

3—15763 " 37066 

Boericke & Tafel, Philadelphia, Pa. 

A 60960, June 2, 1903; 2c. Junel9, 1903. 

Anti-friction. 47 pp. illus. 16°. 37067 
American ball company, Proyidence, 
R. I. A 61095, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 
20, 1903. 

Antiphlogistine. 16 pp. ill. 16°. 

37068 

Denver chemical manufacturing com- 
pany, NewYork, N.Y, A 62254, June 
19, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Arabia fortune telling book. unp. nar. 

32°. * 37069 

M. R. Tufts, Platte City, Mo. A 

60793, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Are you a summer advertiser? 4 pp. f. 

'37070 
Nelson Chesman & co., St. Louis, 
Mo. A 61660, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 
1, 1903. 

Arizona mining directory; a directory of 
Arizona's mines, mining districts, own- 
ers or operators and post office address- 
es (Yavapai County) . . . Prescott, 
Ariz., The Arizona mining directory, 
1903 front., plates, fold. map. 24 cm. 
3—15375 37071 

Russell H. Mill ward, Prescott, Ariz. 
A 57840, Apr. 20, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Arizona telephone directory. June, 1903. 
16 pp. 8°. 37072 

Sunset telephone and telegraph com- 
pany, San Francisco, Cal. A 62263, 
June 19, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 



Art leather goods and Vienna horn nov- 
elties, unp. ill. 24°. 37073 
C. F. Rumpp A: sons, Philadelphia. 
Pa. A 62489, June 20, L903; 2 c. .Juno 
30, 1903. 

Atchison, Kans., telephone directory, 
April, 1903. pp. 165. 8°. 37074 

Missouri & Kansas telephone com- 
pany, Kansas City, Mo. A 60489, May 
26, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

Auger (C. H.) Where sun dials are 

made. imp. ill. obi. 37075 

E. B. Mevrowitz, New York, N. Y. 

A 60713,May 29, 1903; 2 c. June 8, 1903. 



Augsburg's drawing- 
book nos. 1-8. unp 



graded practice 

illus. obi. 24°. 

37076 

D. R. Augsburg, Oakland, Cal. A 
62520-62527, June 2, 1903; 1 c. each 
June 19, 1903; 1 c. each June 30, 1903. 

Augustine (Bernard William). The 
ninth most yaluable patent in the 
world, history and catechism. 18 pp. 
illus. 8°. 37077 

B. W. Augustine, Alameda, Cal. A 
62084, June 16, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

Back talk. 7 pp. ill. 24°. 37078 

International textbook company. 
Scranton, Pa. A 62119, June 17, 1903; 
2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Backgrounds; instruction paper, 1st ed. 
pt. 1. 593 A. 18 pp. ill. 8°. 

37079 
International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa, A 61171, June 5, 1903; 
2 c. June 5, 1903. 



8°. 



1st. ed. pt. 2. 593 B. 



30 pp. ill. 
37080 



International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 63192, July 2, 1903; 
2 c. July 2, 1903. 



8< 



1st. ed. pt. 



593 K 



38 pp. ill. 
37081 



International textbook company. 
Scranton, Pa. A 62168, June 18, 1903; 
2 c. June 18, 1903. 

— 1st ed. pt. 3. 593 C. 17 pp. ill. 
8°. 37082 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 61172, June 5, 1903; 
2 c. June 5, 1903. 

— 1st ed. pt, 4. 593 D. 25 pp. ill. 
8°. 37083 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 61173, June 5, 1903; 
2 c. June 5, 1903. 



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lsted. pt.8. 593 H. 



Backgrounds; instruction paper, 1st ed. 
pt. 5. 593 E. 20 pp. ill. 8°. 

37084 
International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 61174, June 5, 1903; 
2 c. June 5, 1903. 

1st ed. pt, 6. 593 F. 23 pp. ill. 

8°. 37085 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 61606, June 11, 1903; 
2 c. June 11, 1903. 

1st ed. pt. 7. 593 G. 17 pp. ill. 

8°. 37086 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 61607, June 11, 1903; 
2 c. June 11, 1903. 

21pp. illus. 

8°. 37087 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 62512, June 23, 1903; 

2 c. June 23, 1903. 

1st ed. pt, 9. 593 I. 21 pp. ill. 

8°. 37088 

International textbook company. 
Scranton, Pa. A 61608, June 11, 1903; 
2 c. June 11, 1903. 

lsted. pt. 10. 593 J. 32 pp. ill. 

8°. 37089 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 61609, June 11, 1903; 
2 c. June 11, 1903. 

Baggstrom (J. E.) and Broline (O. L.) 
The estimator for country and village 
carpenters and contractors, unp. 16°. 

37090 

Baggstrom & Broline, Wausa, Nebr. 

A 57602, Mar. 27, L903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Bailey (W. F. ) Chicago joint division 
book no. 3; in effect May 1, 1903. 71 
pp. obi. 24°. 37091 

W. F. Bailey, Chicago, 111. A 57763, 
Apr. is. 1903; 2 <•. .June 11. L903. 

Bailey's improved model. ."2pp. illus. 

16°'. 37092 

A. R. Bailey, Brooklyn, X. V. A 

60900, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Baker (S. Duncan). Where tall and 
graceful oleanders wave. Sheet, 7 by 
1 inches. 37093 

S. Duncan Baker, Natchez, Miss. A 
63205, July 2, 1903; 2 c. .July 2, 1903. 

Baker's cipher with marginal index. 
68 p]». 1<>°. 37094 

A. L. Baker, Minneapolis, Minn. A 
61121, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 10,1903. 



Balance sheet statement for the year 1902. 

Sheet, 11 by 14 inches. 37095 

J. S. Bentz, Columbus, Ohio. A 

63033, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Bankers' and brokers' confidential serv- 
ice for county of Cook, 111. June, 1903. 

37096 
Realty and personalty reporting com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. A "62901, 
June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Banking by mail. unp. 24°. 37097 

Bowerv saving bank, New York, 
X. Y. A 63262, July 3, 1903: 2 c. 
July 3, 1903. 

Barnes (Ellen Louise) . A man's dream. 

37098 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61891, June 15', 1903; 
2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Barr (Robert). Caught in the act. 9 
pp. 12°. 37099 

R. Barr, London, England. A 62159, 
June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Barry, Joseph. The strange story of 
Harper's Ferry, with legends of the 
surrounding country . . . Martins- 
burg, W. Va., Thompson brothers, 
1903. 233 p. 2 pi. 19 cm. 
3—15156 37100 

J. Barrv, Harpers Ferry, AY. Ya. 
A 56399, Alar. 30, 1903; 2 c. June 5, 1903. 

Batdorf, Joses B. The management of 
country schools. 2d ed., with revision 
by the editor of the School bulletin. 
Syracuse, X. Y., ('. W. Bardeen, 1903. 
L p. 1., 5-100 p. m cm. 
3—15426 37101 

C. W. Bardeen, Syracuse, X. Y. A 
61626, June 11, 1903;" 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Bates, Alfred, ed. The drama . . . [Vic- 
torian ed., v. 4, Religious drama] 
London, The Athenian society, 1903. 
plates. 24 cm. ' 37102 

A. Bates, Philadelphia, Pa. A 

63021, June 30, 1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 
The drama . . . [Victorian ed. v. 

5. Italian drama] London, The 

Athenian society, 1903. illus., plates 

(partly col.) 24 cm. 37103 

A. Bates, Philadelphia, Pa. A 

63022, June 30, 1903; 2 c. July 3. 1903. 
Bates, Frederick A[lbert] Ocular re- 
fraction and the shadow test . . . with 
145 original illustrations. New 
York, F. Boger pub. co. [1903] 4 p. 1.. 
205 p. illus., diagrs. 23 cm. 
3—15171 37104 

Frederick Boger publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. A 60514, Mav 
26, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 



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Battey, Thomas C. The life and adven- 
ture!* of a Quaker among the [ndians. 
. . . Boston, Lee and Shepard, 1903. 
xii. 9-349 p. front., 7 pi. L9 cm. 
( On cover: Patriotic series for boys and 
-iris [22]) 

3—15344 37105 

Deborah C Battey. Mosk, Ohio. In 

renewal for 14 years from Sept. 9, 1903. 

459127, Apr. 15, 1903: 2c. June 19,1903. 

Baughman (Jacob Schrock). Baugh- 

man's advanced hints on dress cutting. 

no. 9. 12 pp. ill. 4°. 37106 

J. S. Baughman, Burlington, Iowa. 

A 62669, June25, 1903: 2 c. June25,1903. 

Becker, Henrietta K[atherine] Appen- 
dix to Elements of German: a brief 
German grammar . . . Chicago, 
Scott, Foresman and company, 1903. 

1 p.1.,69 p. 19 cm. 

3—15263 37107 

Seott, Foresman and co., New York, 
X. Y. A 62324, June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 
20, 1903. 

Beck with (Helen A. ) Caught in his own 
trap. 37108 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61895, June 15, 1903; 2 
c. July 1, 1903. 

Beets ( H. ) & Bosma ( M. J. ) Sacred his- 
tory for juniors. 2nded. 33 pp. 16°. 

37109 
H. Beets & M. J. Bosma, Grand Rap- 
ids. Mich. A 61387, June 8, 1903; 2 c. 
June 8, 1903. 

Bell, Lilian [Lida] "Mrs. A. H. Bogue." 
The dowager countess and the Ameri- 
can girl . . . New York and Lon- 
don, Harper & brothers. 1903. 3 p. 1., 
204, [1] p. 18 cm. 

3—15221 37110 

Harper & bros., Xew York, X. Y. A 

59143, May 8, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Belt shield, imp. nar. 16°. 37111 

Ironsides company, Columbus, Ohio. 

A 52653, Feb. 9, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Benson (AY. X.) The creation. 15 pp. 

24°. 3ni2 

W. X. Benson, Huntsyille, Aia. A 

60139, May 20, 1903: 2 c. May 20, 1903. 

Bible study union, Blakeslee, graded les- 
sons; Bible study manual, vol. 13, no. 
3, lesson 27-39. 3rd quarter, pp. 173- 
264. 12° 37113 

Bible study publishing company, 
Boston, Mass.* A 59828, Mav 16, 1903; 

2 c. June 6, 1903. 



Bible study union — Continued. 

Young people's course. New Testa- 
ment heroes, intermediate grade, vol. 
13. no. 3, 3rd quarter, lessons 27-39. pn. 
87-13.6. ill. 12°. 37114 
Bible study publishing company, 
Boston, Mass. A 59831, Slav 16, L903; 
2 c. June 6, 19015. 
Junior grade, vol. 13, no. 3, 3rd quar- 
ter, lessons 27-39. var. pp. 12°. 

37115 
Bible study publishing company, 
Boston, Mass.* A 59832, Mav 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Progressive grade, vol. 13, no. 3, 3rd 

quarter, lessons 27-39. pp. 91-139. 
illus. 12°. 37116 

Bible study publishing company, 
Boston. Mass.* A 59830, Mav 16. 190*3: 
2 c. May 28, 1903, 

Bible study union, Blakeslee lessons, 
children's course, vol. 13, primary les- 
sons and cards, no. 27. card, 4i by 6 
inches. 37117 

Bible study publishing company, 
Boston, Mass.* A 59836, Mav 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 6, 1903. 

vol. 13, primary lessons and cards. 

no. 28. Card, 4 J "by 6 inches. 37118 
Bible study publishing company, 
Boston, Mass. A 59837, Mav 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 6, 1903. 

vol. 13, primary lessons and cards, 

no.29. Card, 4* by 6 inches. 37119 
Bibie study publishing company, 
Boston. Mass/ A 59838, Mav 16. 1903; 
2 c. June 6, 1903. 

vol. 13, primary lessons and cards. 

no. 30. Card, 4^ by 6 inches. 37120 
Bible study publishing company, 
Boston, Mass.* A 59839, Mav 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Bible study union graded lesson system, 
adults course. Apostolic teachings, 
senior grade, vol. 13, no. 3, 3d quarter 
lessons 27-39. pp. 75-106. illus. 12°. 

37121 
Bible study publishing company, 
Boston, Mass/ A 59829, Mav 16, 1903: 
2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Bible study union lessons, childs monthly, 
vol. 13, no. 7. lessons 27-30. pp. 105- 
120. ill. 16°. 37122 

Bible studv publishing company. 
Boston, Mass/ A 59834, Mav 16, 1903; 
2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Primarv monthly, vol. 13, no. 7, 

lessons 27-30. pp. 160-182. ill. 24°. 

37123 
Bible studv publishing company, 
Boston, Mass." A 59835, Mav 16. 1903: 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 



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Bierce (Ambrose). For revenue and re- 
venge. 37124 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
63316, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Bigelow (George E.) The capitalist 

farmer and socialist wage-earner. 29 

pp. ill. 16°. 37125 

R. A. Southworth, Denver, Colo. A 

60459, May 23, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

Birth of love. unp. 4°. 37126 

Eugene Newton Seevers, Oskaloosa, 
Iowa. A 61379, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 
12, 1903. 

[Bishop, George D.] Silver star drill; 
or, Spectacular march. New York, 
E. S. Werner publishing and supplv 
co. (inc.) [1903] cover-title, 11 p. 
diagrs. 19| cm. 37127 

Edgar S. Werner, New York, N. Y. 
A 62209, June 18,1903; 2 c. June 23,1903. 

Blouet (Paul). Different kinds of mes- 
alliances. 37128 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
63246, July 3, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

The female parvenu, bvMax O'Rell. 

37129 
W. R. Hearst, New York, N. Y. A 
63065, July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Bobbv Shaftoe. 16 pp. illus. 12°. 

37130 
Edgar S. Werner, New York, N. Y. 
A 59651, May 14, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 
Bogue, Benjamin N. Advice to stammer- 
ers . . . [Cincinnati, 0., Tress of 
the Procter & Collier co., 1903] 78 p., 
1 1. illus. (inch ports.) 1 / \ cm. 

37131 

1). N. Bogue, Indianapolis, hid. A 

62181, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Bond l Carrie Jacobs-). The insurance 

agent, poem on folder, nar. 32°. 

37132 

Otto H. Augustine, Chicago, 111. A 

62426. June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Bond interest tables, exchange tables, 

market and intrinsic value of foreign 

monies. 96 pp. 16°. 37133 

D. C. Goodman, New York, N. Y. 

A56851,Apr.6, L903; 2 c. June 27, 1903. 

Botsford, George Willis. The story of 

Rome as Greeks and Romans tell it; 

an elementary source-book, by George 

Willi- Botsford . . . and Lillie Shaw 

Botsford. New York, London, The 

Macmillan company, 190.",. x p., 1 1., 

328 |». 19.', cm. 

3—15859 37134 

Translations used in preparing the text of 
tliis hook: |>. ix-x. 

Macmillan company, New York, 
N. Y. A 62834, June 29, 1903; 2 c. 

June 29, I'M):;. 



Boulder and northern district telephone 
directorv. June 10, 1903. 81pp. 8°. 

37135 
Colorado telephone company, Den- 
ver, Colo. A 63348, Julv 6, 1903; 2 c. 
July 6, 1903. 

Bourne (George L.) Oil as fuel. unp. 
ill. obi. 12°. 37136 

Railway materials company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 62266, June 19, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

Bowes, John F. City of North Adams 
poll tax and military list, May 1, 1903; 
arranged in wards by the assessors, J. 
F. Bowes, M. R. Ford, T. J. Crowley 
. . . North Adams, Mass., Walden 
& Crawley, printers, 1903. 24£ cm. 

37137 

J. F. Bowes, North Adams, Mass. A 

59696, May 4, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Boy (The) proposition, unp. ill. 32° 

37138 

Myers & Andrews, Boston, Mass. A 

61538, June 10, 1903; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Brains are trumps. 2 pp. 8°. 37139 
International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 62194, June 18, 1903; 
2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Brave & bold, no. 28. 32 pp. 4°. 37140 
Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 
61496, June 9, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Breaks in back orders, alienate customers. 

2 pp. 12°. 37141 

M. M. Kallman, Chicago, 111. A 

62966, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Breed publishing company's tenth annual 
directory of Peekskill for 1903 . . . 
Newbu.rgh, N. Y., Breed publishing 
company, 1903. 24^ cm. 37142 

Breed publishing companv, New- 
burgh, N. Y. A 60994, June 3, 1903; 2 
c. June 15, 1903. 

Brewer-Burfeind method of making 
seamless crowns. 20 pp. illus. 8°. 

37143 
B. B. Brewer and Win. M. H. Bur- 
feind, United Stales. A 59453, May 12, 
1903; 2 c. May 12, 1903. 

Briggs(AltheaChilds). Osteopathy. 21 
pp. obi. 48°. 37144 

A . C. Briggs, Boston, Mass. A 61397, 
June 8, L903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Brooks, Amy. Randy and Prue . . . 
with illustrations by the author. Bos- 
ton, Lee cv Shepard, 1903. 251 i>. 
front,, 5 p |. L9 cm. (The Randy 
books) 

3—15224 37145 

Lee and Shepard, Boston, Mass. A 

60165, May 21, L903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 



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Brooks, diaries J. Marine stewards and 
cooks' guide and manual of cooking . . . 
[Port Huron, Mich., C.J. Brooks] 1903. 

1 ]>. 1., L28 p. iiu'l. port. 18 cm. 

37146 

C. J. Brooks, Tort Huron, Mich. A 

58805, May 4. m)'A; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Brooks svstcm of boat building. Cata- 
logue no. 4. unp. obi. 24°. 37147 
C. C. Brooks, Bay City, Mich. A 
60606, May 23, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Brown, A [lien] Percy. Letters east . . . 

Merced Cal., The ""Sun" press [J 903] 

3 p. 1., 43 p. m cm. 37148 

A. P. Brown, Merced, Cal. A 60463, 

May 12, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Brown ( Henry Harrison ) . Dollars want 

me, the new road to opulence. 24 pp. 

32°. 37149 

'• Now " folk, San Francisco, Cal. A 

59544, May 13, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Browning, Walter C. The rectum; its 
disease and complications . . . [Phil- 
adelphia'? 1903] 54 p. m x 14* cm. 
,3-15432 37150 

W. C. Browning, Philadelphia, Pa. 
A 61475, May 19, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 1903. 

Brown's millennial text-book. 21 pp. 
nar. 16°. 37151 

E. A. Brown, Phoenix, Ariz. A 23223, 
Dec. 19, 1901; 2 c. June 10, 1903. 

Buchanan, AVilliam. The latest improved 
system of book-keeping, pt. 3. [Ap- 
pendix] . . . Cleveland, 0., The 
Cleveland legal blank and book bind- 
ing co. [1902] 27 cm. 37152 
W. Buchanan, Cleveland, Ohio. A 
38851, Aug. 4, 1902; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Buffalo Bill stories, no. 112. 30 pp. 4°. 

37153 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. A 

62072, June 16, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

[The builder's index] 1903, v. 8. Chi- 
cago, E. J. Speyer, 1903. 34* x 28 cm. 

37154 

Einil Joseph Speyer, Chicago, 111. A 

62408, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 



Bulletin no 
illus. 4°. 



4326, Mav 



1903. 7 pp. 
37155 

General electric companv, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. A 60399, May 25, 1903; 2 
c. May 25, 1903. 

— no. 4327, June, 1903. Small con- 
tinuous current stationary- motors. 
unp. il. 4°. 37156 

General electric companv, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. A 62766, June 27, 1903; 2 
c. June 27, 1903. 



Bulletin no. 4328. .June, L903. 15 pp. 
illus. 4°. 37157 

General electric companv. Schenec- 
tady, X. Y. A 63301, July 3, 1903; 2 

c. July 3, PH):;. 

no. 4321). June, 1903. 11pp. illus. 

4°. 37158 

General electric companv, Schenec- 
tady. N. V. A 63222, July 2, 1903; 2 
c. July 2, 1903. 

no. 4331, June, 1903; Portable torque 

balance. 2 pp. ill. 4°. 37159 

General electric company, Schenec- 
tadv, N. Y. A 62765, June 27, 1903; 2 
c. June 27, 1903. 
Burt (H. R. ) and Spiller (P. H. ) To re- 
ward and encourage parents; vol. 1, 
first ed. 10 pp. ill. obi. 37160 

H. R. Burt and Spiller (P. H.), 
Austin, Tex. A 59243, Mav 9, 1903; 2 
c. June 2, 1903. 
Business irrigation, unp. 24°. 37161 
Osborne companv, New York, N. Y. 
A 61860, June 15, '1903; 2 c. June 15, 
1903. 
Butter-fat tables, unp. f°. 37162 

Chauncev H. Bickford, Adams, N. Y. 
A 53854/ Feb. 25, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 
1903. 
Buvers' guide catalogue, unp. ill. 8°. 

37163 
J. S. Wetzell, New York, N. Y. A 
60503, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 1903. 
Caesar, C. Julius. C. Ivli Caesaris De 
bello gallico libri vn. Caesar's Gallic 
war, with introduction, notes, appen- 
dix and vocabulary by Harry F. 
Towle and Paul R. Jenks . . . New 
York, Boston [etc.] University pub- 
lishing company, 1903. xlviii, 222, 
214, [2], 120 p. front,, illus., plates, 
maps, plans. 19i cm. (Gildersleeve- 
Lodge Latin series) 

3—15259 37164 

Bibliography: p. [xlvii] -xlviii. 

University publishing company, New 

York. N. Y. A 62246; June 19, 1903; 

2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Caldwell (Josef R. ) Woman's new 

power. 12 pp. nar. 16°. 37165 

J. R. Caldwell, Hoopeston, 111. A 
61856, May 13, 1903; 2 c. June 26, 1903. 
Cambria steel co. Cambria steel; a hand- 
book of information relating to struc- 
tural steel manufactured by the Cambria 
steel co. . . . [6th ed.] Philadel- 
phia, Cambria steel co., 1903. x, 464, 
p. fold, front., diagrs. 17i cm. 
3—15165 37166 

Cambria steel companv, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 44804, Oct. 29, 1902; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 



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The Cambridge modern history; planned 
bv the late Lord Acton . . . ed. bv 
A. W. Ward . . . G. W. Prothero . . . 
S. Leathes ... v. 7. The United 
States. New York, London, The 
Macmillan company, 1903. 25 cm. 

37167 
The Macmillan company. Xew York, 
N. Y. A 62472, June 23, 1903; 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Camp, Walter [Chauncey] comp. How- 
to play foot-ball; a short work for be- 
ginners. With articles on quarter back, 
by Phil King; half back, by L. T. 
Bliss . . . New York, American 
sports publishing company [1902] 44, 
[11] p. inch front, (port. ) illns. 17 cm. 
(Spalding's athletic library [v. 14, no. 
164] ) 

3—15548 37168 

American sports publishing com- 
pany. New York. N. Y. A 43029. Oct. 
4, 1902; 2 c. June 17, 1903. 

Campbell, Reginald] J[ohn] City 
Temple sermons . . . New London 
[etc.] F. H. Revel 1 company [1903] 1 
p. 1., 286 p. 21 cm. (Half -title: The 
international pulpit) 
3—15349 37169 

Fleming H. Revell company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 62471, June 23, 1903; 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Canan, C[harles] C[linton] Artistic al- 
phabets . . . [Bradford, Pa., C. C. 
Canan] 1903. 27, [5] p. illus. (incl. 
port.) 30.] cm. 37170 

C. C. Canan. Bradford, Pa. A 62364, 
June 20. 1903; 2 c June 20, L903. 

Cancelography; or, Shorthand by can- 
celation. 2ded. 3 pp. 12°. '37171 
W. II. McGuire, Milford, Tex. A 

63389, Jnly <i. 1903,; 2 c. Inly 0, 1903. 

Canrield (II. 8.) A primrose by the 
river's brim. 37172 

Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, ill. A 63418, July 6, 1903; 2 c. 

Jnly (i, 1903. 

[Carey, Thomas .1.] comp. Drummers' 
yarns and funny jokes; tenth crop . . . 
New York, Excelsior publishing house, 
1903. illus. 2-l'cni. ( Excelsior library, 
no. 71 ) 37173 

Excelsior publishing house, New- 
York, X. Y. A 00707, Mav 29, 1903; 2c. 
June 25, 1903. 

( Jarey'a magnesia flexible cement roofing. 

4<)'i>I>- illus. 10°. 37174 

The Philip Carey manufacturing co., 
Lockland, Ohio. A 59504, May 6, 1903; 
2 c. .A ray 28, 1903. 



Carleton (Philip). One fourth of July. 

37175 
Daily story publishing company. Chi- 
cago, 111. A 62973, June 29, 1903: 2 c. 
June 29, 1903. 

Casacca, X. Be carentiaoyariorum relate 
ad matrimonium . . . New York, 
J. F. AYagner [1903] 35 p. 23 cm. 

37176 
X. Casacca, Yillanoya, Pa. A 58975, 
May 1, 1903; 2 c. May 1, 1903. 

i Castellane (Marquis deL Studies of the 
fair sex. 37177 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York, X. Y. A 
63171, July 2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Catalog of chatelaine belt-watches for 
ladies, no. 29. 15 pp. illus. 12°. 

37178 
New England watch co., Waterbury, 
Conn. A 61562, June 10, 1903; 2 c. 
June 13, 1903. 

Catalogue 035. "Hunt" coal handling 

machinery. 18 pp. ill. 8°. 37179 

C. AY. Hunt company, \Yest Xew 

Brighton, X. Y. A 61247, June 6, 

1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Catalogue and price list of the Crant gear 

works. 1903. 50 pp. ill. 12°. 37180 

(ieorgeB. Grant, Pasadena, Cal. A 

62165, June 18, 1903; 2 c. June 13, 1903. 

Catalogue of machine knives. 1903. 22 

pp. ' ill. obi. 24°. 37181 

Bailey & Blendinger manufacturing 

company, Woburn, Mass. A 60906, 

June 2, '1903; 2 c. June 24, 1903. 

Catalogue of the Commercial visible type- 
writer no. 0. 31 pp. 24°. 37182 
Yisible typewriters company, Xew 
York, X. Y. A 62083, June 15, 1903: 
2 c. June 15, 1903. 

Catarrh. 23 pp. illns. 16°. 37183 

Albeit F. O'Xeil, Chicago, 111. A 

60378, May 25, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

Catskill mountains. 48 pp. ill. ma]). 

nar. 12°. 37184 

W. R. Hearst, Xew York. X. Y. A 

62691, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Cattell, Henry W. Post-mortem pathol- 
ogy; a manual of post-mortem exami- 
nations and the interpretations to be 
drawn therefrom: a practical treatise 
for students and practitioners . . . with 
Hi2 illustrations . . . Philadelphia 
and London, J. B. Lippincott company, 
L903. xii, 372p. illus., plates. 23 cm. 
3—1535:) 37185 

J. B. Lippincott company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 01 1 si, June 5, 1903; 2 c. 

June 5, 1903. 



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•'Challenge" rubber collars, cuffs, water- 
proof no. 7. 27 pp. illus. 8°. 37186 
The Arlington company, Now York, 
X. Y. A 59729, May L5, 1903; 2 c. 
May 28, L903. 

Chicago's Swedish colony. 37187 

John K. Rathom, Chicago, 111. A 

63161, July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 1. 190.°.. 

Choate, Joseph H[odges] The Choate 
storybook; with a biographical sketch 
oi Hon. Joseph II. Choate. New 
York. Cameron, Blake & co. [1903] 
vi. [7]-131 p. 20 cm. 
3— 15422 37188 

Cameron. Blake and co., New York, 
X. Y. A 61996, June 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 23. 1903. 

Circular no. 1017. April, 1903. 11 pp. 
illus. 4°. 37189 

Westinsjhouse electric and manufac- 
turing co.. Pittsburg, Pa. A 60653. 
May 28, 1903: 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

1033. June. 1903. pp. 11. illus. | 

4°. 37190 

"Westinghouse electric and manufac- 
turing co., Pittsburg, Pa. A 63229, 
July 2. 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 
Clark's hop tonic beer. imp. 24°. 

37191 
Herrick Allen Clark, Highlands, IS". 
J. A 60460, Apr, 17, 1903; 2 c. May 
26, 1903. 

Clemens. Will M. The gilded lady; be- 
ing the true story of a crime against the 
United States government as recorded 
by Henry Y. Chardon, late of the secret 
service: illustrations by Louis F. Grant. 
New York, G. W. Dillingham com- 
pany [1903] 268 p. inch front. 3 pi. 
19 cm. 

3—15443 37192 

G. W. Dillingham com pan v, New 
York, N. Y. A 62567, June 24, 1903; 
2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Clothing; instruction paper, 1st ed. pt. 
1. 596 A— pt, 2, 596 B. 49 pp. ill. 
8°. 37193-37194 

International textbook companv, 
Scranton, Pa. A 63196-63197, July 2, 
1903; 2 c. each July 2, 1903. 

Code of rules for drivers of horses in the 
city of New York. 3 pp. nar. 24°. 

37195 

Robert Mills, New York, N. Y. A 

60690, May 26, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

Coleman (Sara Lindsay). The bachelor- , 
maid's courtship. 37196 

Daily storv publishing companv, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 63416, July 6, 1903; 2 c. 
July 6, 1903. 

23 



Colorado and California. 
8°. 



imp. illus. 
37197 



F. A. Miller. Chicago, III. A 59257, 
May 9, 1903; 2 c. Juno 3. 1903. 

Colton, Buel P[reston] — Zoology, de- 
scriptive and practical . . . pt. 2. 
Practical. Boston, D. C. Heath £ 
co., 1903. illus. 19 cm. (On cover: 
Science text-books) 37198 

B. P. Colton, Normal, 111. A 62347, 
June 20, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Columbian compendium of penmanship. 

imp. illus. obi. 24°. 37199 

Columbian Correspondence College, 

Washington, D. C. A 60962, June 2, 

1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 

Complete practical business course, pp. 

379-418. 12°. 37200 

Interstate school of correspondence, 

Chicago, 111. A 60816, June 1, 1903; 2 

c. June 1, 1903. 

Conundrums. Sheet 6 bv 9 inches. 

37201 
White & Wvckoff manufacturing co. 
Holvoke, Mass. A 62187, June" 18, 
1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Convincing evidence, imp. 24°. 37202 

Leon A. Berezniak, Chicago, 111. A 

46955, Nov. 28, 1902; 2 c. Ma>25, 1903. 

Corresponding course in optics, unp. 

4°. 37203 

Jacksonian optical college, Jackson, 

Mich. A 27829, Feb. 28, 1902; 2 c. 

June 30, 1903. 

Coxe (Yirginia Eosalie). Handicap 

whist, 11pp. illus. 16°. 37204 

Yirginia Rosalie Coxe, Knoxville, 

Tenn. A 60794, June 1, 1903; 2 c. June 

1, 1903. 

Cozzens, Samuel Woodworth. The mar- 
velous country, or Three years in Ari- 
zona and New Mexico. Containing 
an authentic history of this wonderful 
country and its ancient civilization 
. . . together with a full and complete 
history of the Apache tribe of Indians 
. . . By Samuel Woodworth Cozzens. 
Illustrated by more than one hundred 
engravings. Boston, Lee and Shepard 
[1903] 548 p. front., illus., plates, 
map. 20£ cm. 

3—15152 37205 

Fred H. Cozzens, New York, N. Y., 
in renewal for 14 years from Julv 2, 
1903; A 58513, Apr/l5, 1903; 2 c. June 
19, 1903. 

Critchett (James C. ) A government food 
exchange. 4 pp. 12°" 37206 

J. C. Critchett. Clint, Tex. A 62822, 
May 15, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 



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Crockett (Samuel Rutherford.) God's 

babe. 3 pp. 8°. 37207 

S. R. Crockett, London, England. A 

62624, June 25, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Some wanderings with Zaida in her 

garden, imp. 8°. 37208 

S. R. Crockett, Great Britain. A 

60340, May 25, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Crucial (A) moment. In the Chicago 
daily news, July 3, 1903. 37209 

W. Werner, Chicago, 111. A 62731, 
June 26, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Cumulative credit certificate. Sheet, 8J 

by 14 inches. 37210 

Orlando K. Fitzsimmons and M. E. 

Johnson, Los Angeles, Cal. A 62233, 

June 2, 1903; 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

The cyclopedic digest for Illinois ... v. 
3. Court* to Equipment . . . De Witt 

C. Blashfield, editor in chief. St. Paul, 
Minn., Keefe-Davidson co., J. B. West, 
1903. 26 cm. 37211 

Keefe-Davidson companv & John B. 
West, St. Paul, Minn. A 62682, June 
25. 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Czar in 1903. 37212 

Frank G. Carpenter, Washington, 

D. C. A 63414, Julv 6, 1903; 2 c. July 
6, 1903. 

Dairv cows and their characteristics. 4 

pp. f°. 37213 

Elgin butter tub company, Elgin, 111. 

A 60865, June 1. L903; 2 c. June 1,1903. 

Dark (Sidney ). ( loncerning Ellen Terry. 

imp. 12°. 372i4 

s. Dark, London, England. A62400, 

June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Darwin (John A.) Mutual industrial in- 
surance. 12pp. 16°. 37215 

Mutual life industrial association of 
Athens, Ga.. Athens, Ga. A 61816, 
June 15. L903; 2 c. June lit, L903. 

Daekam (Josephine Dodge). Ardelia in 

Arcady. 37216 

Josephine Dodge Daskam, Stamford, 

Conn. A 63413, July 6, L903; 2 c. July 

6, 190:5. 

Data concerning platinum. 11th ed. 67 
pp. 12°. 37217 

Baker & co., Newark, X. J. A 03277, 
July :!, 1003; 2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Davis (F. W.) A great conspiracy; or, 
The unraveling of a false clue, by Nich- 
olas Carter. 218 pi>. 10°. * 37218 
Street & Smith, New York, X. Y. 
A.61649,June 11, L903: 2c. Junell, 1903. 



Davis (F. W.) — Continued. 

The hole in the vault; or, Nick Carter 

and the bank looters, bv Nicholas Car- 
ter. 213 pp. 12°. 37219 
Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
A 60667, May 28, 1903; 2 c. May 28,1903. 

Delbridge, Charles Lomax. Delbridge 
interest computer, v. 2 . . . St. 
Louis, Mo., The Delbridge co. [1903] 
35* cm. 37220 

C. L. Delbridge, St. Louis, Mo. A 
62601, June 24, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Delbridge wheat and potato calcu- 
lator . . . St, Louis, Mo., The Del- 
bridge co. [1903] [136] p. 35* cm. 

37221 

C. L. Delbridge, St. Louis, Mo. A 

62600, June 24, 1903; 2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Delicious drinks and dainty dishes from 
AYeech's grape juice, imp. nar. ill. 
24°. 37222 

Weech grape juice co., New York, 
N. Y. A 61385, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 
29, 1903. 

Demas type of Christian. 37223 

J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 63231. 
July 2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Depositors' ready reference. 28* by 14 

inches. " 37224 

Kail road advertising agencv, Chi- 

cago, 111. A 63331, June 24, 1903; 2 c. 

July 6, 1903. 

Devine (Howard) . A vision of the stage. 

37225 
Dailv story publishing companv, 
Chicago, 111. " A 63420, Julv 6, 1903; '2 
c. July 6, 1903. 

Dewey, John. Logical conditions of a 

scientific treatment of morality . . . 

Chicago, The University of Chicago 

press, 1903. 27 p. 28* cm. 

3—15841 37226 

Printed from First series, v. :-> (p. 115-139) of 

the Decennial publications of the University 

of Chicago. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 58801, May 4, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Dewing, Arthur Stone. Introduction to 
the history of modern philosophy. 
Philadelphia and London, J. B. Lippin- 
cott companv, 1903. 346 p. 21. \ cm. 
3—15348 37227 

Contents.— Introduction.— The birth of mod- 
ern philosophy.— Continental rationalism.— 
Locke and his influence.— Berkeley and 
Hume. — Immanuel Kant.— The German tran- 
scendentalists.— Recenl tendencies in phi- 
losophy. 

J. B. Lippincott company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. A 63071, June '24, L903; 
2 c. June 24, 1903. 



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Phammapada. The Dhamapada; or, 
The path of righteousness, by Norton 
T. \Y. Hazeldine. [Denver, The 
Smith-Brooks company] 1902. 85 p. 
front, (port.) 18 cm. 
3—15552 37228 

Norton F. W. Hazeldine, Denver, 
Colo. A 62315, June 20, 1903; 2 e. June 
25, 1903. 

Diamond Dick, jr. no. 351. 30 pp. 4°. 

37229 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 
A 62071, June 16, 1903; 2 c. July 3, 

1903. 

Dilatory domiciles, summer social regis- 
ter, July 1, 1903. 37230 
Social register association, New York, 
N. Y. A 63101, July 1, 1903; 2 c. July 
1, 1903. 

Directory for . . . 1903 of . . . Albany 
and Rensselaer . . . [y. 90] Albany, 
N. Y., Sampson & Murdock co., 1903. 
fold. map. 24 cm. 37231 

Sampson & Murdock company, Al- 
bany, N. Y. A 62207, June 18, 1903; 
2 c. June 26, 1903. 

Dix (Dorothv). Love in two keys. 

37232 
Daily story publishing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. A 63422, July 6, 1903; 2 c. 
July 6, 1903. 

Dolly Madison shoe for women. 32 pp. 

illus. 8°. 37233 

Dixon-Bartlett company, Baltimore, 

Md. A 60601, May 27, 1903; 2 c. May 

27, 1903. 

Douglas, Richard. Surgical diseases of 
the abdomen, with special reference to 
diagnosis . . . Philadelphia, P. 

Blakiston's son & co., 1903. xii, 17- 
883 p. 20 pi. 25 cm. 
3—15357 37234 

Bibliographies at end of chapters. 
P. Blakiston's son & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. A 56406, Mar. 30, 1903; 2 c. 
June 22, 1903. 

Dress goods; instruction paper, 1st ed. 
pt, 1. 594 A. 24 pp. illus. 8°. 

37235 
International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 62513, June 23, 1903; 
2 c. June 23, 1903. . 

1st ed. pt. 2. 594 B. 32 pp. ill. 

8°. 37236 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 62169, June 18, 1903; 
2 c. June 18, 1903. 



Dross goods; instruction paper— Cont'd. 
Isted. pt. 3. 594 C. 32 pp. ill. 

8°. 37237 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 62170, June 18, 1903; 

2 c. June 18, 1903. 

1st ed., pt, 5. 594 E. 37 pp. ill. 

8°. 37238 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 63194, July 2, 1903; 
2 c. July 2, 1903. 

1st ed., pt. 7. 594 G. 21 pp. 111. 

8°. 37239 

International textbook company, 
Scranton, Pa. A 63195, July 2, 1903; 
2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Easter lilies for Easter time. 12 pp. 

ill. 12°. 37240 

Edgar S. Werner, New York, N. Y. 

A 59653, May 14, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 

1903. 

Eastern league of professional base ball 

clubs; official schedule book for season 

1903. 64 pp. nar. 32°. 37241 

W. C. Mason, Buffalo, N. Y. A 

57477, Apr. 8, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Education bv mail. 15 pp. ill. 24°. 

37242 
Acme school of drawing, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. A 62134, June 17, 1903; 2 c. 
June 17, 1903. 

Elmira city, Elmira Heights and Horse- 
heads directory, 1903 . . . Elmira, 
N. Y., G. Hanford, 1903. fold. map. 
23£ cm. 37243 

George Hanford, Elmira, N. Y. A 
59556, May 13, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Emerton (Clarence ) . In the name of the 

State. 37244 

Authors publishing company, Detroit, 

Mich. A 61890, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 

July 1, 1903. 

The encyclopedia americana . . .Editor- 
in-chief: F. C. Beach . . . managing 
editor: F. Morgan . . . assistant edi- 
tors: N. H. Dole . . . E. T. Roe . . . 
T. C. Copeland ... v. 3. New 

York, Chicago, The Americana com- 
pany [1903] illus., plates (partly col. ) 
ports., maps. 27 cm. 37245 

Frederick Converse Beach, New 
York, N. Y. A 63020, June 30, 1903; 
1 c. July 1, 1903; 1 c. July 8, 1903. 

English (V. P.) Spinal irritation and 

other nervous disorders. 1st ed. 24 

pp. ill. 16°. 37246 

V. P. English, Cleveland, Ohio. A 

61861, June 15, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 



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English; instruction paper, 1st ed. pt. 

2. 554 K. 40 pp. 8°. 37247 

International textbook company, 

Scranton, Pa. A 63193, July 2, 1903; 2 

c. July 2, 1903. 

pt. 9. 554 I. 44 pp. 8°. 37248 

International textbook companv, 
Scranton, Pa. A 60369, Mav 25, 1903; 
2 c. May 25, 1903. 

pt. 10. 554 J. 45 pp. 8°. 37249 

International textbook campany, 
Scranton, Pa. A 62171, June 18, 1903; 
2 c. June 18, 1903. 

pt. 12, 554 L. 43 pp. 8°. 37250 

International textbook companv, 
Scranton, Pa. A 63198, July 2, 1903; 
2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Entire service of the Bankers' and brok- 
ers' confidential service, June, 1903. 

37251 
Realty and personalty reporting com- 
panv, New York, X. Y. A 62904, June 
29, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Eskew, Harry. Dollv's follv . . . 
Bloomfield, N. J., The H. B. Wiggin's 
sons co., 1903. 31 p. incl. front., illus. 
23^ cm. 37252 

H. B. Wiggin's sons company, 
Bloomfield, N. J. A 62102, .June 17, 
1903; 2 c. June 23, 1903. 



Eureka tire hose companv 
16°. 



46 pp. ill. 
37253 



Eureka fire hose company, United 
States. A 60231, Mav 22, 1903; 2 c. 
June 26, 1903. 

Fairy revel and rainbow tableaux. 7 pp. 

12°. 37254 

Edgar S. Werner, New York, N. Y. 

A 59644, .Mav 14, 1903; 2 c. June 18, 

1903. 

Falls (I). VY. C.) Comic bridge whist 
score book. unp. ill. obi. 24°. 

37255 
I. H. Blanchard company, New York, 
X. Y. A 61841, June 15, 1903; 2 c. 
June 15, 1903. 

" Far from the maddening crowd." 32 

pp. ill. 8°. 37256 

W. R. Callaway, Minneapolis, Minn. 

A 61241 , June 6, 1903; 2 c. June 6/1903. 

[Fav, Charles Leon] Is Christianity 

real? Greensburg, Pa. [1903] 24 p. 

19 cm. 37257 

C. L. Fay, Greensburg, Pa. A 58306, 

Apr. 27, 1903; 2 c. June 12, 1903. 

240 



Fennimore (Robert). Bible stories for 
little folks; Jacob returns to Canaan. 
In Magazine Section The New York 
Press, July 5, 1903. 37258 

Richard A. Saalfield, New York, 
N. Y. A 63465, July 6, 1903; 2 c. July 
6, 1903. 

Ferrell, J[ohn] A[ppley] Ferrell and 
Sisk's Elementary Arithmetic. By J. 
A. Ferrell . . . and B. F. Sisk . . . 
Austin, Tex., Gammel-Statesman pub. 
co., 1903. xiii, 217 p. 19 cm. 37259 
Gammel-Statesman publishing com- 
pany, Austin, Tex. A 60919, June 2, 



1903; 



June 19, 1903. 



Few words about security, unp. ill. 

16°. 37260 

Pine Bluff trust companv, Pine Bluff, 

Ark. A 62900, June 29, 1903; 2 c. June 

29, 1903. 

Fibre rope shield-filler and fibre rope 

shield, unp. ill. nar. 16°. 37261 

Ironsides company, Columbus, Ohio. 

A 52652, Feb. 9, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Fielding, Henry. The works of Henry 
Fielding . . . with the author's pref- 
ace, and an introduction by G. H. 
Maynadier . . . [Limited ed.] New 
York, G. D. Sproul, 1903. 6 v. 
fronts., plates. 22 em. 
3—13945 37262-37267 

Contents. — v. 1-2. The adventures of Joseph 
Andrews and his friend Mr. Abraham Adams, 
—v. 3-6. The history of Tom Jones, a found- 
ling. 

University press, Cambridge, Mass. 



A 63059-63064, June 3, 1903; 
June 3, 1903. 



each 



The financial review. Finance, com- 
merce, railroads. February, 1903. 
New York, W. B. Dana companv, 
1903. 32£x21£ cm. 37268 

William B. Dana company, New 
York, X. Y. A 49940, Jan. 3," 1903; 2 
c. June 25, 1903. 

Five hundred tours, trips, and excursions 

by trolley. 53 pp. ill. 12°. 37269 

Mail and express co., New York, 

X. Y. A 62126, June 17, 1903; 2 c. 

June 8, 1903. 

Foley (C.) The accomplice. 37270 

Foreign story syndicate company, 
Burlington, Vt, A 63315, Julv 3, 1903; 
2 c. July 3, 1903. 

Foote (E. B. ) Medical sense and evi- 
dences of success in curing chronic 
diseases. 157 pp. ill- 12°. 37271 

E. B. Foote, New York, N. Y. A 
60695, May 28, 1903; 2 c. June 2, 1903. 



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For our friends the repairers, folder ill. 

•24'. 37272 

J. B. Prescott & son, Webster, Mass. 

A 61633, June 11, L903; 2c. June L5 3 1903. 

solidity " Jack Users. 3 pp. ill. 

nar. 24°. ' 37273 

J. B. Prescott & son, Webster, .Mass. 

A 61634, June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 1903. 

For two families. 37274 

Dennis £ ( iastniever. New York, N. Y. 

A 63435, July 6, 1903; 2 c. July 0. 1903. 

Foreign commercial guide, June. 1903. 

Chile. 4°. 37275 

Philadelphia commercial museum. 

Philadelphia. Pa. A 6.3024, June 30. 
1903; 2 c. June 30, 1903. 

Fort Wayne city and Allen county di- 
rectory, 1903 . . . v. 30. Fort Wavne, 
R. L.' Polk £ co., 1903. fold. map. 
23 h cm. 37276 

R. L. Polk & co., Detroit, Mich. A 
01629. June 11, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Four-track series, no. 10. The Thousand 
Islands, the St. Lawrence, Lake St. 
John, and the Saaruenav. 68 pp. illus. 

37277 
(reorse H. Daniels, general passen- 
ger agent. New York, N". Y. A 60170. 
May 21, 1903: 2 c. June 19, 1903. 

no. 17. The summer boarder. 72 

pp. nar. 12°. 37278 

G. H. Daniels, general passenger 
agt., United States. A 01618. June 11, 



1903; 



June 19, 1903. 



Fourth desreeof the mvstic success club. 

8 pp. nar. 24°. 37279 

New York magazine of mysteries, 

Xew York, X. Y. A 61275, June 6, 

1903; 2 c. June 6, 1903. 

Fowler | Nath'l C. ). jr. Expert-workers. 

Sheet. 8 by 5* inches. 37280 

Nath'l C. Fowler, jr., Boston, Mass. 

A 63232, July 2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

The merchant. Sheet, 10i by 6 

inches. "37281 

Xath'l C. Fowler, jr., Boston, Mass. 

A 63233, July 2, 1903'; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Frank, Tenny. A stichometric scholium 
to the Medea of Euripides, with re- 
marks on the text of Didymus . . . 
Chicago, The University of Chicago 
press, 1903. 8 p. 28* cm. 
3—15419 37282 

Printed from First series, v. 6 (p. 63-68) of 
the Decennial publications of the University 
of Chicago. 

University of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 
A 62331, June 20, J 903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

2±1 



Frank Reade. no. 37. 28 pp. 4°. 

37283 
Frank Tousey, New York, N. Y. A 
61310, June 6, L903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Frankforther | F. F. i A serious case. 

37284 
Authors publishing company, De- 
troit, Mich. A 61900, June 15, 1903; 2 
c. July 1, 1903. 

French and Latin words and phrases. 

Sheet 6 by 9 inches. 37285 

"White and Wyckoff manufacturing 

company, Holvoke, Mass. A 62183. 

June 18, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

From now until July 1st, not later. 35 

pp. illus. 4°. 37286 

J. Wilkinson Elliott, Pittsburg. Pa. 

A 60718, May 29, 1903: 2 c. May 29. 

1903. 

FYiller (W\ J.) How to win. unp. 4°. 

37287 

W. J. Fuller, Gravesend, X. Y. A 

58S21, May 4, 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Game (A) of bluff at Chattanooga. 

37288 
G. L. Kilmer, United States. A 
63429, July 6, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Gardner (Samuel S. ) Home-made reme- 
dies for the cure of all common diseases 
of . . . the horse. 23 pp. 24°. 37289 
S. S. Gardner, Stillwater, Okla. A 
58225. Apr. 25, 1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Garvice, Charles. Adrian Leroy. 
i Staunch of heart. ) . . . Xew York, 
G. Munro's sons, 1903. 182 p. 18* 
cm. (Laurel library [no. 215]) 
3—15439 37290 

George Munro's sons. Xew York, 
X. Y. A 61149, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 

Gear shield, imp. nar. 16°. 37291 

Ironsides company, Columbus, Ohio. 

A 52651, Feb. 9, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 

Gear up your productive capacity. 2 pp. 

12°. * 37292 

M. M. Kallman, Chicago, 111. A 

62877, Apr. 10, 1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Geiermann ( W. J.) Therapeutic gym- 
nastics, sheet ill. f. 37293 
W. J. Geiermann, Rome City, Ind. 
A 62388, June 15, 1903; 2c. June 15, 1903. 

General catalogue; Ironsides company. 

unp. ill. nar. 16°. 37294 

Ironsides company, Columbus, Ohio. 

A 52657, Feb. 9, 1903; 2 c. May 27, 1903. 



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Gillette, Halbert Powers. Earthwork 
and its cost . . . New York, The 
Engineering news publishing co., 1903. 
x, 244 p. illus., diagrs. 19i cm. 
3—15541 37295 

Engineering news publishing com- 
pany, Xew York, N. Y. A 61088, June 
4, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

■Gillin (Robert F.) The Gillin perfect 

plumbing: system. 16 pp. illus. obi. 

16°. 37296 

Robert F. Gillin, Brooklyn, X. Y. 

A 60901, May 29, 1903; 2 c. May 29, 1903. 

Glucksman ( Joseph ) . Credit insurance. 

13 pp. 4°. 37297 

Joseph Glucksman, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 60481, May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 25, 1903. 

God-giyen wisdom and its practical util- 
ity: 37298 
J. M. Edson, Chicago, 111. A 63230, 
July 2, 1903; 2 c. July 2, 1903. 

Good (A) investment. 37299 

Dennis &Gastmeyer, Xew York. N. Y. 

A 63433, July 6, 1903; 2 c. July 6. 1903. 

Good roads and currency plan. 1 sheet 
fol. 37300 

Charles C. Bell, Boonville, Mo. A 
63377, July 6, 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Gordon (Samuel). Shepherd ami sheep. 

12 pp. nar. 4°. 37301 

S. Gordon, London, England. A 

60454, May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

The Gorham manufacturing co. The 

Gorham golf book. Xew York, The 
Gorham manufacturing co. , 1903. 148 
p. incl. col. plates, col. front, col. pi. 
10* em. 

3—15549 37302 

Gorham manufacturing company, 
New York, X. Y. A (12672. June 2, 
L903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 

Green, Mrs. Elvira J. Loring-Scales- 
Greenleaves; poems . . . illustrations 
by Pedro J. Lemos . . . Oakland, 
Cal. Pacific press publishing co. [1903] 
130 p. incl. front, (port. ) plates. Hi cm. 
3—15532 37303 

E. J. L-S-Green, Watsonville, Cal. 
A 56596, Apr. L,1903; 2c.June26, L903. 

Gregory, J. II. The people's storm in- 
dicator. Morristown, X. J., Daily 
record print, 1903. 1 p. 1., [4]-52 p. 
15 x 12.] cm. 37304 

Joseph Henry Gregory, Morris 
Plains, X. .1. A 59232, May 4, 1903; 2 
c. May 9, 11)03. 



Grier (Thos. G.) Advice to young men. 
12 pp. 16°. 37305 

Thos. G. Grier, Chicago, 111. A 61070, 
May 23. 1903; 2 c. May 28, 1903. 

Griffin (Frances). Judy. 37306 

Authors publishing company, De- 
troit. Mich. A 61901, June 15, 1903; 
2 c. July 1, 1903. 

Griffin (Lucia B. ) Naughty Zell. 14 pp. 

12°. 37307 

Edo-ar S. "Werner, Xew York, X. Y. 

A 56807, Apr. 4, 1903; 2 c. June 1, 1903. 

Growers and shippers of fruit and prod- 
uce . . . 1903 . . . New York. X.Y., 
Hoboken, X. J., P. N. Grefe [1903] 
23* cm. 37308 

Peter X. Grefe, Xew York, X. Y. 
A 63074, July 1,1903; 2 c. July 1,1903. 

Growth and present condition of The 
equitable life assurance society of the 
United States. Mav, 1903. 43 pp. 12° 

37309 
The Equitable Life Assurance Society 
of the U. S., Xew York, X. Y. A 59259, 
May 9, 1903; 2 c, June 3, 1903. 

Guide to architects and engineers; how 
to specify for the Toch system of "R. 
J. W." damp-resisting paint. 4 pp. 
4° 37310 

Henry M. Toch, New York, N. Y. 
A 61227, May 26, 1903; 1 c. June 6. 
1903; 1 c. June 10, 1903. 

Gulick, Sidney L. Evolution of the 
Japanese, social and psychic . . . 
New York, London [etc.] F. H. Revell 
company [1903] vi, 457 p. 23 cm. 
3—15862 37311 

Fleming H. Revell company, Chica- 
go, 111. A 62755, June 27, 1*903; 2 c. 
.lime 27, 1903. 

Hammon, Louis L[ougee] The law of 
chattel mortgages and conditional sales 
for Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma 
. . . Kansas City, Mo., The Vernon- 
Richards book co., 1903. 1 p. 1., [vii]- 
xv, 412 p. 24 cm. 

3—15561 37312 

L. L. Hammon, St. Paul, Minn. A 

61394, June 8, 1903; 2 c. June 24, 190::. 

Hand-book of railroad securities. Janu- 
ary, 1903 . . . Comp. by the Com- 
mercial and financial chronicle. Xew 
York, W. B. Dana company, 1903. 
12x21.] cm. 37313 

William B. Dana company, New 
York, X. Y. A 49941, .Ian. 3,1903; 2 
c. June 2.->, 1903. 



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Harris, Edwin K[uthvin] "The half 
has never been told." "The alpha and 
the omega." [Parsons, Kan., The Fo- 
ley railway printing company, °1902] 
500 p. illus. (partly col. ) 24 cm. 
8—15533 37314 

E. R. Harris, Parsons, Kans. A 
2881(5, Mar. 15, 1902; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Harrison granite company, monumental 
and mausoleum work. 32 pp. ill. 
48°. 37315 

Harrison granite company, New 
York, X. Y. A 62163, June 12, 1903; 
1 c. June 12, 1903; 1 c. June 30, 1903. 

Hartman (John R. ), camp. Park-bench 

yarns and stag stories. 54 pp. ill. 

12°. 37316 

T. J. Carer & Co., New York, N. Y. 

A 60030, May 19, 1903; 2 c. June 15, 

1903. 
Hawkins, Marshall, comp. A history of 

French Lick, and surrounding points 

of interest . . . French Lick, Ind., W. 

C. Gruber, printer [1903] 13 p. 18 

cm. 37317 

Marshall Hawkins, French Lick, 

Ind. A 61085, June 4, 1903; 2 c. June 

22, 1903. 
Headley, P[hineas] C[amp] The life of 

Mary, queen of Scots . . . with notes 

by Henry Ketcham . . . New York, 

A. L. Burt company [1903] ix, 13-425 

p. front, (port.) plates. 19£ cm. 

3—15200 37318 

A. L. Burt company, New York, 

N. Y. A 50763, Jan. 13, 1903; 2 c. 

June 8, 1903. 
Henderson (Robert). The Signist. unp. 

obi. 16°. 37319 

R. Henderson, Newark, N. J. A 

61593, June 5, 1903; 2 c. June 25, 1903. 
Henry (Paul C. ) Gasoline facts. 11 pp. 

24°. 37320 

P. C. Henry. Cincinnati, Ohio. A 

60643, May 20, 1903; 2 c. July 11, 1903. 

Hichens ( Robert) . Broken engagements ; 
no. 4. The hidden self. unp. 12°. 

37321 
R. Hichens, Great Britain. A 60455. 
May 26, 1903; 2 c. May 26, 1903. 

Higbee (F. D.) Here is the plan you 
wrote for. 3 pp. nar. 8°. 37322 

Frank D. Higbee, Peekskill, N. Y. 
A 62318, June 16, 1903; 2 c. June 16, 
1903. 
Higher lessons in English, Appendix. 
New York ed. pp. 391-441. 16°. 

37323 
F. M. Reed and B. Kellogg, United 
States. A 61613, June 11, 1903; 2 c. 
June 18, 1903. 



Hill, George Canning. The life of Israel 
Put nam, ed. with notes by Henry 
Ketcham . . . New York, A. L. Burt 
company [1903] 1 p. 1., xvi, 7-271 p. 
front, (port. ) plates. 19^ cm. 
3—15346 37324 

A. L. Burt company, New York, 
N. Y. A 55322, Mar. 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Hints on letter writing. Sheet 6 by 9 

inches. 37325 

YVhite & Wyckoff manufacturing 

company, Holyoke, Mass. A 62185, 

June 18j 1903; 2 c. July 6, 1903. 

Historic Harewood. 31pp. 16°. 37326 
Edwin Fairfax Naulty, Philadelphia, 
Pa. A 13946, July 29, 1901; 2 c. July 
29, 1901. 

Home medicine co. Home guide to 
health . . . Washington, D. C, 
Home medicine co. [1903] 40 p. 
19| cm. 37327 

Home medicine company, Washing- 
ton, D. C. A 62172, June 18, 1903; 2 c. 
June 23, 1903. 

Homerus. Selections from Homer's 
Iliad; with an introduction, notes, a 
short Homeric grammar, and a vocab- 
ulary by Allen Rogers Benner . . . 
New York, D. Appleton and company, 
1903. xxxvi, 522 p. front,, illus., 10 
pi. inch port. 20 cm. (Twentieth 
century text-books) 
3—15261 37328 

•• A brief selected bibliography: " p. xxxiv- 
xxxvi. 

D. Appleton & co., New York, N. Y. 
A 61675, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 
1903. 

Hopkins, John W[illiam] The ele- 
ments of arithmetic in theory and 
practice, by John W. Hopkins . . . 
and P. H. Underwood ... New 
York, London, The Macmillan com- 
pany, 1903. xiii, 546 p. map, diagrs. 
19 i cm. 
3—15158 37329 

Macmillan company, New York. 
N. Y. A 61988, June 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 

Mental arithmetic, by John W. Hop- 
kins . . . and P. H. Underwood . . . 
New York, London, The Macmillan 
company, 1903. ix, 195 p. 18 cm. 
3—15157 37330 
Macmillan company, New York, 
N. Y. A 61989, June 16, 1903; 2 c. 
June 16, 1903. 



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Horsch, John. A short history of Chris- 
tianity. Cleveland, 0., The author 
[1903] viii, 304 p. 18* cm. 
3—15189 37331 

J. Horsch, Cleveland, Ohio. A 61677, 
June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 20, 1903. 

Houghton (F. E ; ) The Minnehaha 
copper-gold mining company. 19 pp. 
illus. obi. 12°. 37332 

Houghton-Thurston company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 60719. May 29, 19*03; 2 c. 
May 29, 1903. 

The real source of wealth, imp. 

24°. 37333 

Houghton-Thurston companv, Bos- 
ton, Mass. A 61175, June 5, 19*03; 2 c. 
June 5, 1903. 

How to make a soda fountain pay. 176 

pp. ill. 16°. " 37334 

American soda fountain companv, 

Boston, Mass. A 63373, Jnlv 6, 190*3; 

2 c. July 6, 1903. 

How to proceed with your studies, no. 9. 
Preliminary remarks. 8 pp. 8°. 

37355 
International textbook companv, 
Seranton, Pa. A 60294, May 23, 190*3; 
2 c. May 23, 1903. 

How to train for bicycling, vol. xv, no. 

178, June, 1903. 28 pp. 16°. 37336 

American sports publishing company, 

New York. X. Y. A 62395, June 22, 

1903; 2 c. June 22, 1903. 

Howard, Francis F. The Novello music 
course, third reader . . . New York. 
Chicago, Novello, Ewer A co., 1903. 2 
]». 1., 164 p. li).V'»x 1 0. 1 ,"" 1 . 
3—15215 37337 

Novello, Ewer & CO., Yew York, 
N. Y. A 62138, June 17, 1903,; 2 c. 
June 17, 1903. 

Hunt "industrial" railways. 31 pp. 

illus. 16°. 37338 

C.#W. Hunt companv. New York, 

N. Y. A 60637, May 28, L903; 2 c. May 

28, 1903. 

Hyne, C[harles] J[ohn] Cutcliffe 
[Wright] Thompson's progress . . . 
.Yew York, London. The Macmillan 

companv, 1903. vii, 354 p. 20'"'. 
3— lo:i27 37339 

Macmillan companv, New York, Y. 
Y. A 62473, June 23. 1903; 2 c. June 
23, 1903. 

Ideas for window cards, imp. 12°. 

37340 
N. K. Fairbank company, Chicago, 
III. A 61763. June 13, 1903; 2 c. June 
;Y 1903- 



Illinois. Supreme Court. Illinois official 
reporter, vol. 202. pt. 4. pp. 446- 
535. 8°. 37341 

Isaac Newton Phillips, Bloomington, 
111. A 60283, May 23, 1903. 2 c. May 
25, 1903. 

< vol. 202. pt. 5. pp. 531-642. 8°. 

37342 
Isaac Newton Phillips. Bloomington, 
111. A 61662, June 12, 1903; 2 c. June 
12, 1903. 

203. pt. 1. pp. 9-120. 8°. 37343 

Isaac Newton Phillips, Bloomington, 
111. A 62405, June 22, 1903; 2 c. June 
22, 1903. 



Illustrated apartment 
The Almont. sheet 



house directory, 
5i by 9 inches. 

37344 
Real estate management companv, 
New York, N. Y. A 62945, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

— The Ariston. sheet, ok bv 9 inches. 

37345 
Real estate management companv, 
New York, N. Y. A 62909, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

— The Belmont. Sheet, 5* by 9 
inches. 37346 

Real estate management companv, 
New York, N. Y. A 62956, June 2*9, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

— The Carlton. Sheet, hh bv 9 inches. 

37347 
Real estate management companv. 
New York, N. Y. A 62930, June 2*9, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

— Chester court. Sheet, b\ by 9 
inches. " 37*348 

Real estate management company, 
New York, N. Y. A 62907, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. .June 29, 1903. 

— Claremont Hall. Sheet, 5| by 9 
inches. 37349 

Real estate management companv, 
New York, N. Y. A 62929, June 2*9, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

— Columbia court. Sheet, bh bv 9 
inches. ~ 37*350 

Real estate management companv, 
New York, N. Y. A 62926, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

— The Creston. Sheets, 5. 1 , by 9 
inches. 37*351 

Real estate management companv, 
New York, N. Y. A 62921, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

— The Grantley. Sheet, 5£ by !) 
inches. 37352 

Real estate management company, 
New York, N. Y. A 62915, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 



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Illustrated apartment house directory — 

Continued. 
El Casco court, sheet. 5' by 9 

inches. " 37353 

Real estate management company, 

New York. N. Y. A 62935, June 29, 

1908; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Halcyon Hall. Sheet, 5 h by 9 

inches. 37354 

Real estate management company, 
New York. N. Y. A 62943, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29. 1903. 



, 



The Hargrave 

inches. 



Sheet. 5£ bv 9 
37355 

Real estate management company, 
New York, N. Y. A 62910, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29. 1903. 



— The Holland. Sheet, 5£ by 9 
inches. 37356 

Real estate management company, 
New York. N. Y. A 62957, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

— The Hudsonia. Sheet, oh by 9 
inches. " 37357 

Real estate management company, 
New York. N. Y. A 62911. June 29. 
1903: 2 c. June 29, 1903. 



Sheet, 



oh by 9 
37358 



The Inyermere 

inches. 

Real estate management company. 
New York. N. Y. A 62938, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

Ivy courts. Sheet, oh by 9 inches. 

37359 
Real estate management company, 
New York, N. Y. A 62927, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

The Kensington. Sheet, 5| by 9 

inches. '37360 

Real estate management company. 
New York. N. Y. A 62946. June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

The Laonia. Sheet. oh by 9 inches. 

37361 
Real estate management company, 
New York, N. Y. A 62939, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

The Marie and Raffealla. Sheet, 5| 

by 9 inches. 37362 

Real estate management company, 
New York. N. Y. A 62913, June 2*9, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

TheMarjorie and Teresa. Sheet. oh 

by 9 inches. 37363 

Real estate management company, 
New York, N. Y. A 62951, June 2*9, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 



Illustrated apartment house directory — 

Continued. 

ThePalacio. sheet..")' by 9 inches. 

37364 
Real estate management company, 
New York, N. Y. A 62906, June 29, 
1903; 2 c. June 29, 1903. 

The Ramon. Sheet, 5^ by 9 inches.